Spreading the Love

String of hearts

Article by Wendy McCance

I’m still in a mushy state from Valentine’s Day.  I was thinking about what I would like to discuss on my blog today when it hit me that it’s been a while since I put the spotlight on some of the bloggers who have shared links, support and truly reached out and made me feel wonderful.  Today I’d like to shine the light on a few bloggers who have made a definite impression in my life since I began this blog.

Lois over at Living Simply Free has been incredible to know.  She has commented many times, shared many of my posts with her readers and in general just has a very sweet and generous heart.  On Fridays Lois gives tribute to many blogs by sharing links and articles she enjoyed over the week.  She does this every Friday.

I figured today would be a great day to mention her blog because not only will she get some traffic, but hopefully so will the other bloggers she has spotlighted for the day.

I’d also like to point out that her blog is terrific.  Lois lives in a 300 sq ft apartment and talks about how she scaled down her possessions and lives rather comfortably.  She has pictures of the place she lives in and it looks extremely inviting and incredibly roomy considering the size.

I hope you check her blog out at:  http://livingsimplyfree.wordpress.com/

I’d also like to mention Susan at Finding Our Way Now.  Susan has been reading my blog from almost the very beginning.  I can’t believe how long it’s been since I got to know her and her generous spirit.

Susan has always had great, insightful comments and retweets my posts on Twitter more than anyone I know.

I feel like I have gotten to know a very special and talented lady.  She is a former school teacher and a talented writer.  Her artwork is something that adds a really homey touch to her wonderfully relatable stories.  I just love her blog!!

I know you will enjoy her blog as much as me.

Please check her out at: http://findingourwaynow.com/

Finally I’d like to mention Joanne at Joanne Rambling.  Joanne is another person who has been so amazingly supportive.  She is always adding her comments to a post.  I love to hear what she is thinking about an article I have posted.

Joanne shares little snippets from her life on her blog.  When I read a post, I feel like I know her personally.  She really shares herself in her writing which I love.

I’m sure you will want to check out this great blog.

Her link is: http://joannerambling.wordpress.com/

Just a reminder, check out some of those wonderful bloggers on the Opportunity Page.  You can scan down and get a quick summary of what each blog is about.

I will still be spotlighting some more bloggers as I get through the links that have been shared.

Have a Great Weekend!!!

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Wendy McCance

Wendy McCance is a Michigan based freelance writer and social media consultant. Wendy has gained attention as the founder of the popular blog Searching for the Happiness which can be viewed in 9 local papers online, including the Oakland Press. The combination of writing skills and social media knowledge is what makes Wendy such a powerhouse to work with. Stay tuned for opportunities to advertise, guest post and as always, have your questions answered.

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17 thoughts on “Spreading the Love

  1. Thank you Wendy for sharing these gals’ links. I see their stories regularly and I’m with you in giving them a shout out to compliment them on their sites and their generosities in spreading their love.

  2. Why thank you for the shout out I am a follower of Susan and now thanks to you I have just meet Lois and have to say I love her blog it is awesome and I am now her latest follower all thanks to you………..

  3. Thank you Wendy for such a wonderful introduction to your readers. I can’t wait to have a free moment to check out the other two blogs you highlighted today, they sound exactly like the type of people I enjoy reading.

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