What's Your Favorite Blog?

Aren't you always curious to know what other people are reading? Liking? I guess that's why Facebook and Instagram exist. So we can like and find out what everyone's doing!

I am a long time blogger and I have many favorites. I like to read: "Between Naps On The Front Porch" for her decor and table scapes, Prince Snow Farm, for her gardening adventures, A Time For Everything for her journey to her daughter, and Three Peanuts, The Perks, September Acres, and Pink in a Sea of Blue,  just seem like great friends with great things to say! (I have more but this is a short list!)

I have a new blog I'm reading however, that is controversial, deep, thought provoking and well GOOD.

MOMASTERY-

She just wrote a post called: The Path.



One of the things she mentions is that you will NEVER find the perfect life balance. She likens it to finding a unicorn! Instead lean on people, keep going and you will make it. Just stay on the path.

As a person who is ALWAYS struggling with this I can say this was a comfort for me. I am an insanely high energy person but even I feel wiped out from trying to keep all the engines running. This blog is great for helping you put it all in perspective. I am really glad I found it!

Okay I want to know your favorite blog. It can be about anything, just something you love to read. Come on and share! I want your blog to be my new favorite too!





You will never find your perfect life “balance” on the path for the same reason you will never find a unicorn on the path – because these things don’t exist. Forget unicorns and balance. If you were perfectly balanced- you’d never have to take any ones hand to steady yourself, and that would be a tragedy. There is no solid ground on the path – so don’t hold your breath till you find it. Breathe deeply and keep moving forward awkwardly. You can make it down the whole path imbalanced and flailing. When you fall, give thanks for the opportunity to rest. While you’re down, send love to every other path walker who’s down with you at that moment. Then get back up. Or crawl. Crawling is encouraged and respected. Path running is fine, but crawling is much better. Crawlers travel with their eyes close to the ground – so they never miss an inch of the beautiful, rocky path. Crawlers get less glory but learn the most about the path’s terrain. - See more at: http://momastery.com/blog/2013/10/10/5-things-know-path/#sthash.Pg01L9Hw.dpuf

You will never find your perfect life “balance” on the path for the same reason you will never find a unicorn on the path – because these things don’t exist. Forget unicorns and balance. If you were perfectly balanced- you’d never have to take any ones hand to steady yourself, and that would be a tragedy. There is no solid ground on the path – so don’t hold your breath till you find it. Breathe deeply and keep moving forward awkwardly. You can make it down the whole path imbalanced and flailing. When you fall, give thanks for the opportunity to rest. While you’re down, send love to every other path walker who’s down with you at that moment. Then get back up. Or crawl. Crawling is encouraged and respected. Path running is fine, but crawling is much better. Crawlers travel with their eyes close to the ground – so they never miss an inch of the beautiful, rocky path. Crawlers get less glory but learn the most about the path’s terrain. - See more at: http://momastery.com/blog/2013/10/10/5-things-know-path/#sthash.Pg01L9Hw.dpuf


You will never find your perfect life “balance” on the path for the same reason you will never find a unicorn on the path – because these things don’t exist. Forget unicorns and balance. If you were perfectly balanced- you’d never have to take any ones hand to steady yourself, and that would be a tragedy. There is no solid ground on the path – so don’t hold your breath till you find it. Breathe deeply and keep moving forward awkwardly. You can make it down the whole path imbalanced and flailing. When you fall, give thanks for the opportunity to rest. While you’re down, send love to every other path walker who’s down with you at that moment. Then get back up. Or crawl. Crawling is encouraged and respected. Path running is fine, but crawling is much better. Crawlers travel with their eyes close to the ground – so they never miss an inch of the beautiful, rocky path. Crawlers get less glory but learn the most about the path’s terrain. - See more at: http://momastery.com/blog/2013/10/10/5-things-know-path/#sthash.Pg01L9Hw.dpuf

4 comments:

suburban prep said...

I read a number of blogs. I always look forward to reading your postings.
I like reading Susan Branch's blog. She is a writer of a number of cookbooks but she has a new book out that deals with her trip on the QM2 and back from England. A few years ago I went on the QM2 as I am unable to fly. I have love her books since they were first published.
I love an eclectic mix of blogs. They go from Lilly and preppy to d├ęcor and baking to a health issue.
Thank you for putting yourself out there for others to share.

Prince Snow Farm said...

This is tricky! I have a few favorites!

http://www.aliciahutchinson.com
Alicia is amazing...that's all I can say!

http://www.lemonademakinmama.com
Sasha is REAL!!

http://artandsand.blogspot.com
Carol knows how to LIVE!

Enjoy them my friend!

Pink in a sea of blue said...

Aww, thanks Mrs. Your blog was one of the first I read years ago and still love and count as a favorite! My blog has definitely changed over the years. It's hard to find time these days to blog. I'll have to check out some of the others you have listed. Have a great week!

3 Peanuts said...

You are sweet to mention me. I read a lot of the same ones you do. I just found a new one I like too called Suburban Turmoil. SHe has written about some great topics lately.

And I always enjoy coming here too:)