Yo (it’s the 90s), welcome back to my linky #Brilliantblogposts.

I’m going to keep this short and sweet as I know you’re here to link up and share that beautiful blog love but if you’re here for the first time, simply add your posts and videos, comment on my linked up post and LOTS which catch your eye and tweet me your urls if you want some twitter RT loving.

This week I’ve linked up a post I wrote a couple of hours ago on the need to return to what matters, to stop comparing yourself to others, sweating the numbers and doing what you love, producing meaningful work and emotion on screen.

To respect yourself and your voice.

I hope it helps you if you’re feeling your work doesn’t matter in what can seem like one heck of an overcrowded digital space. It does.

Don’t stop.

Cheers to that!

Read it HERE.

Honest Mum

Go link up your posts and have a gorgeous, safe and sunny week x

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  2. the frenchie mummy

    I am back! It’s been a while1 Off to read your first post. I so need this read the moment as I felt a bit low about my Instagram! I am sure I will love it! #brillblogposts

  3. Alex

    It’s a great post and an important message. It’s so easy to get caught up in the numbers and comparism game, but you also have to realize that it’s totally rigged with all the followers and likes (non the least on IG) that can be bought, follow/unfollow shenanigans. They mean very little. They definitely don’t mean you aren’t as good as or that your content doesn’t have impact on someone.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Alex – Funky Jungle


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