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BloggersTribe Kindness Project

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Happy Thursday everyone! How are you all today? I was so excited for this project to go live over on the BloggersTribe Facebook group, so I’m delighted to be able to share my contribution to the #BloggersTribeKindnessProject this morning. 

Today’s Kindness Project post is a post to celebrate another blogger/vlogger/influencer who I feel deserves some extra recognition. Similar to a tag post, there are a couple of “rules” for anyone participating in the challenge. These can be seen below. Before we go into that though, this reminded me of a series I used to run – my Friday Favourites. Does anyone remember them? Or does anyone want me to bring them back? Let me know down below in the comments!

BloggersTribe Kindness Project Rules

  1. First off the blog post can be called whatever you like but if you can’t think of anything why not use “#BloggersTribeKindnessProject” (P.S. click on the link to join the group or find the thread!)
  2. Write a blog post and/or an Instagram post about someone else in the community.
  3. Tag them in it so they see it!
  4. Use the hashtag #BloggersTribeKindnessProject & #BloggersTribe for any promotion on it (and in the Instagram post).
  5. Use the hashtag at the end of the blog post.
  6. Tag 3 other people to take part.
  7. Have your post go live by 23rd July 2018.
  8. Share the post link or link to Instagram picture in the thread on the Facebook group.

Wow there are a few more rules than I remembered! To be honest, I’m glad I thought to check on them.

So now that we’ve covered the basics, I suppose I should share who my BloggersTribe Kindness Project post is about!

Today’s BloggersTribe Kindness Project post is the truly lovely Lucy. Now, Lucy isn’t actually a blogger I followed and then got to know. We have mutual friends and actually met in person before following each other! So safe to say Lucy’s a friend both on and off line.

Lucy was a fellow student at the University of Glasgow, also from Northern Ireland, and her blog is all about her life and experiences as she navigates her way through student-ville. She was studying English Literature and Language, as well as Digital Media & Information Studies, and so Lucy was able to combine her degree and her passion for blogging into one big part of her life, and I’m incredible jealous of her for that reason! Also, I should take this chance to say a more public congratulations to Lucy for graduating! Lucy, you looked amazing, and you’re brilliant!

Always bubbly and firendly, I don’t think I’ve ever actually seen Lucy without a smile on her face. When she’s passionate about something, she lets you know it, which I feel comes across in her blogs as much as it does in real life! I’ll be honest here and say there are quite a few of Lucy’s posts that I love – they’re the posts I go to when I want to read, and they’re so incredibly well written that I’m slightly envious of her talent. One of these posts was all about Photos, and another favourite would have to be Scottish Adventure #2. Both, in my mind, reflect who Lucy is, and I would really appreciate it if you’s go follow her blog!

If you want to find Lucy and follow her, which you really really should, I’ve left her links down below:-

Blog                                                                    Twitter                                                      Instagram

Now for the penultimate part of this Project – passing it forward! I would like to tag Lucy, Ben, and Gill. I’ve tagged them in my tweets that will be going out for this post.

Remember, you don’t have to be tagged to participate in the BloggersTribe Kindness Project! If you do decide to take part, please leave a link below for me to follow and read it.

All Thoughts Welcome!

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