September 2020, I revived my way of thanking followers of my virtual home. To acknowledge them in return by creating posts to introduce these Beautiful Souls to my readers. A shout out to encourage you to Visit Other Beautiful Souls and Connect.
Acknowledgement is important, even more important than you might think. I wrote an article about that a few years ago (read more). On my website, I encourage you to Connect with Life, Others and Yourself, however, it is impossible to Connect with all and everyone. Hence, the creations of these Visit Other Beautiful Soul posts.
When you decide to follow me @ my main website too, and have an active virtual home yourself, I will put you on a list to add yours to these monthly shout outs. My way of thanking you for the acknowledgement.
Today, I am going to highlight three websites/blogs. I kindly ask you to visit the virtual homes of these Beautiful Souls and if you like what you see, acknowledge them by hitting that follow button or leave your email address to subscribe. To show your support even more, Connect with your creative neighbor and leave a comment 😉
Visit Other Beautiful Souls – November 2020
Image Earth Travel
The lovely and talented Nilla Palmer creates amazing detailed travel reports. Whether you would like tips for future travel plans, or explore a country unfamiliar to you, Nilla’s website is definitely worthwhile a visit.
My personal favorite photographs by Nilla are profile pictures. The way she captures a person’s soul is truly spectacular. However, the stories and other photo’s are absolutely beautiful too.
When you have been following me for a while, you know I am born and raised in The Netherlands. Anuscka and I also have been connecting for several years, in our native language.
‘Levensjutters’ is this Beautiful Soul’s virtual home, on which she writes about her life in Denmark.
A little shorter I’ve been connecting with the next Beautiful Soul, however I just realized: also for more than a year. Wow, time for sure does fly!
Kat of Maybe Mindful recently completed her PhD, investigating the role of mindfulness in physical activity and health.
Have fun exploring and enjoy your weekend!