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Merry Christmas and Thank You

Merry Christmas and Thank You

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I would like to wish you a Merry Christmas. Thank you for your loyalty and support throughout 2013. I couldn’t have done it without you.

I created Miraculous Ladies to share knowledge, inspire and motivate you. And I’m happy to say you’ve inspired and motivated me as well.

Thank you so much!

To show my appreciation I am sharing lots of Christmas love, cheer and some of your wonderful comments.

Dear June
I stumbled upon your blog or rather article when reading Mary Kay Ash’s post on good blogging/writing etc sent to me by a friend.
We have something in common or rather many things. We are strong black women.
We rushed into blogging head dip (It took me a crash 48 hours to set up mine I thought it were that easy) and we won’t quit.
I started last night and so I consider myself saved from drowning by reading such inspiring articles.
Thank you and dare we all thank Mary K Ash once more.

Cheers – Marie from Brussels ( and oh in my case I don’t wanna let down my 3 boys …)
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Hi June, Many thanks for writing about this topic; it always inspires me. A lot of people find me overwhelming and very confident. However I do admit there are times when I feel inadequate and weak. Today I realized that, it is the child within me that craves and longs for attention. I want to be heard. At my age of 45 I still seek for acknowledgement but have made a promise to myself to work on getting to know, accept and love me more. Thanks again, your brilliant June:-0

From Clover Jean

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Hi June

First time here, I came from Adrienne’s blog.

I know what you mean about starting your own blog and not doing it for others in mind. I got laid off from my job in 8/2010 and in 9/2010 started a blog to put down a lot of what was going on. Even the dysfunctional workplace I had just left.

Now it is what I observe and learn about, sharing more deep thinking that when I first started. I think we all end up going through transformations until we find what feels right. If we don’t have our heart to put into it, it just doesn’t work. I find that I can’t just pump out stuff that easy, but when I do write it comes from a deeper place and to me that holds value.

Good luck on your endeavor of projects.

Mary
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You motivated me when the going was tough

This year has been one of many changes. I moved into a new house, gave up my teaching job to pursue a career in writing and had a new addition to the family. It’s been a roller-coaster of emotions. There were times when I felt lonely, doubtful , isolated in a new neighbourhood and afraid of stepping into the choices I made.

Your wonderful comments and inspiring words kept me going:

Junie!

Were you writing this for me or for both of us?

Is it possible to just meet someone and feel like you’ve known each other for ever?
We haven’t even met yet and you so remind me of my kid sister who fondly says we are “partners in crime” (not as in criminal though just woman power stuff)!

Yesterday I started my Gardener’s tale on my blog and although I didn’t write half as much nor as well as you – I am more than thrilled to share this “Follow up” (if you don’t mind my claiming your words of wisdom and prophecy)!

This isn’t my blog or space alone to share yet another story but suffice it to say that I strongly identify with the strong and powerful woman in your post!

Thank You Junie, what more can I say – funny you posted this at 11.27pm and I read it at 5.20 pm (do strong women work such hours too?)
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You’ve inspired me to go for my dreams 

When I told you that I had given up my teaching job to become a full-time copywriter, you encouraged me. It was a tough one to make. But I believe if you don’t go for your dreams, you’ll regret it. Sharing my decision with you made it more real. And knowing that I influenced you to go for your dreams, was a blessing. 

Thank you so much for this article. I just recently started writing again after a very long break. It has been very difficult for me to get into my normal groove but I remain hopeful. I would love to work from home, I guess I never really researched on how to actually get started. I’ll let that be my goal for this week. Thank you again for the article. ~ From Sharhonda

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Hello Junie
Great Post and I celebrate the courage you have.
It is difficult working for other’s but working from home is not for everyone.
I believe you will make it.
Keep writing your goals and take small steps and small chunks and you will succeed.

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Nice articles, this is an eye opening one. I am learning from your blog keep up the good work.
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Hey June,

I think anyone that quits their job without replacing it is really not taking the smartest road. Guess what! I did that too though but in all honesty, I was let go from mine. I just made that choice not to go back. Shortly after that the economy took a nose dive so I wouldn’t have been able to go back if I wanted. I think that all worked out for the best though because it forced me to never give up and take immediate action.

I’m a big people person and my friends and family were worried about me too being so alone at home but I actually love it. The last few years I was working I found that I didn’t enjoy the people any longer. No work ethic, no appreciation of what they had, looked down on authority, you name it it was there.

I love working at home and I admire anyone who wants to join us. It’s achievable if you take those action steps and congratulations for making that step. Way to go June!

~Adrienne
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Hello,
Here I am writing from the other side of the world. Thanks for your post…for letting us all know how you’re doing.
I, too, work as a freelance writer from home.
What I try to remind myself daily is to be a “fair” boss.
While I certainly answer to editors, it’s up to me to structure my day. Sometimes, it’s tricky. I try and make sure that I take care of myself. I try and work a specified amount of time. Then I turn off the computer.
Best wishes to you! You’re already finding a rhythm.
Heather Villa

 

 

I’m happy knowing my posts means something to you

I write from the heart because I want to share my experiences and knowledge with you. Being a single woman has been a tough journey. But also one of growth and self-discovery. It’s a wonderful feeling knowing that I helped you somehow. That’s the main reason I blog.

Good article. It’s true the grass always appears greener and their are pros and cons for being single or in a relationship. I’ve been single for a while and am (im)patiently waiting for the good Lord to send someone my way! lol
However in the meantime, I enjoy lazy Saturday afternoons where I don’t have to entertain anyone or cook and being able to go out with friends at short notice without checking in with a partner! lol

From Natasha

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Hi June,

I’m glad I finally made it here.

You bet. I am now single and love it and even though I used to be sick to see loving couples few years ago, it so went away. I don’t feel that at all anymore.

To give you a little bit of my history here. I was married twice, very bad marriages. After my second divorce in 2002 I was feeling lonely again and was desperate for companionship. I was miserable for a good decade between both my marriages and another couple of years after my second marriage.

However, something happened to me when I started getting involved with personal development. It really changed my life, and I stopped being needy for a relationship ever since.

You’re right we need to be happy were we are single as well as married. I think it’s even easier single.

Thank you for this great post for us ladies 
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I have recently broke up with my fiance,who abused me for a very long time,I was afraid of leaving him thinking that my daughter will have no one to call daddy.I realised that my baby will rather have no father than to have an abusive and violent one.Its been 2 months now and im really inspired with your post and comments from readers,I feel free and enjoy my own company.

Thank you

From Khomotso

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Hi, loving your blog… am a newly single mum with 2 beautiful daughters. I am still trying to find my way but reading your story is so refreshing and encouraging.Good to know that I’m not alone..

God bless.

From Repa

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Hi June,

I’m glad I finally made it here.

You bet. I am now single and love it and even though I used to be sick to see loving couples few years ago, it so went away. I don’t feel that at all anymore.

To give you a little bit of my history here. I was married twice, very bad marriages. After my second divorce in 2002 I was feeling lonely again and was desperate for companionship. I was miserable for a good decade between both my marriages and another couple of years after my second marriage.

However, something happened to me when I started getting involved with personal development. It really changed my life, and I stopped being needy for a relationship ever since.

You’re right we need to be happy when we are single as well as married. I think it’s even easier single.

Thank you for this great post for us ladies :)
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You’re my friend and that means a lot to me

Making blogging friends is not easy. It took a long time for other bloggers to respond to my emails and comments. But you were different. You gave me advice, stood by me, commented on my blog, shared my posts and encouraged me.

You’re one in a million! I appreciate your support.

Hi June,

Just like the others have mentioned – I think your kids really played their part and helped you move out of that dull phase of your life. I know it’s never easy, and tougher still is to try to get on with your life by leaving bygones behind. The memories take time to fade, but they do eventually.

I think time is a great healer there, and just as every cloud has a silver lining, so does ever bitter relationship that turns out to become a blessing in disguise because it makes you so much wiser and stronger, isn’t it? Loved the apt quotes you shared 

Thanks for sharing. Have a nice Thanksgiving week with your loved ones too 
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Junie!

Were you writing this for me or for both of us?

Is it possible to just meet someone and feel like you’ve known each other for ever?
We haven’t even met yet and you so remind me of my kid sister who fondly says we are “partners in crime” (not as in criminal though just woman power stuff)!

Yesterday I started my Gardener’s tale on my blog and although I didn’t write half as much nor as well as you – I am more than thrilled to share this “Follow up” (if you don’t mind my claiming your words of wisdom and prophecy)!

This isn’t my blog or space alone to share yet another story but suffice it to say that I strongly identify with the strong and powerful woman in your post!

Thank You Junie, what more can I say – funny you posted this at 11.27pm and I read it at 5.20 pm (do strong women work such hours too?)
Marie Angele Abanga recently posted..For all Mothers!

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Thank you for beautifully pouring your heart out. I think every single person has dealt with a harsh reality at some point. And sometimes, we emerge stronger.

My husband and were both unemployed (at the same time) and we were forced to search our souls and find out what really wanted to do.

From Heather  Villa

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Thank you for sharing your story, June!

I’m happy to know that even with all of your losses, you realized that you have so much to give to this world!

Every day, I feel the need to recommit to living a strong and a purposeful life. There are days where it’s rather easy to do so and days when I need to dig in and try hard.

I appreciate you telling your story because it gives hope that there is much to get and give out of life. Thanks, June!

From Jennifer Kennedy

I will continue to offer you value and more in 2014

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Miraculous Ladies will have a new look in 2014. I want to give you more. This blog will be three years old in April 2014. I’ve done a great deal of thinking, and for me to offer you value I need to make some changes. I’ll be taking a change of direction. But it’s with you in mind.

Merry Christmas and I wish you a fabulous New Year full of joy, peace, prosperity and good health. 🙂

June

About June

June Whittle is the founder of Miraculous Ladies, an author, freelance copywriter and professional blogger for hire. She works with small businesses, bloggers and individuals.

She is also an author of a self-help and autobiography book “Deep Within my Soul: Hope after abuse”.

Miraculous means extraordinary and Lady is a polite or formal way of referring to an amazing woman. That’s you. You’re a beautiful, strong, incredible, dynamic and powerful woman.

Live your dreams. “If you can dream it, you can do it.” ~ Walt Disney

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  1. Hi June,

    That’s such a lovely was to wish everyone 🙂

    Thank you SO much for mentioning the little comment I left here too from the many, and I like the idea of having a few lines written in a way to thank your readers and show appreciation for their support all through this year.

    Yes indeed, this year has passed by well, and now with the coming year, things hopefully get better for all of us bloggers, who rock, and are there for each other, isn’t it?

    Thanks for sharing. Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 🙂
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    Harleena Singh

    25/12/2013

    • You’re welcome Harleena. You’ve been very supportive and I thank your for linking me up with Adrienne. You both gave me some valuable information when I started out on my freelance writing career. Your encouragement really helped. 🙂

      I pray that 2014 will give us bloggers our heart’s desires. I hope we continue to be there for each other. There’s strength in unity. Although, I know that we have to work hard to get to where we want to go. But the only limitations is in our minds.

      May you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and a great New Year. 🙂

      junie junie

      25/12/2013

  2. Thank you darling June,

    What a way of wishing us your fans merry merry and to say my comments figure twice in the special comments just tells you how fortunate I am to have found you

    I loved especially your post on the Strong and Powerful Woman and next year I will visit you in person for more inspiration

    Cheers

    Marie from Brussels 🙂
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    Marie Angele

    25/12/2013

    • You’re welcome my dear Marie! I’m glad we found each other. I believe we all have destiny helpers and you’re one of them. 🙂 I couldn’t end the year without giving a shout to my favourite people.

      I look forward to meeting you next year. I’m sure we’ll get inspiration from each other.

      Have a blessed evening. 🙂

      junie junie

      25/12/2013

  3. Merry Christmas to you!
    How fun you saved all of your encouraging comments. It reminds me of when I was a little girl and saved all the letters sent to me via snail mail in a shoebox.

    • Merry Christmas Heather! 🙂

      This is my way of saying thank your for being there and for your encouraging words and support. iT’S my Christmas present to you.

      I hope you had a fantastic Christmas and I wish you a successful 2014. 🙂

      junie junie

      26/12/2013

  4. I love this June and thank you as well for that mention that Mary shared as to how she found you.

    I know that this has been a year of changes but it sounds like your commenting community has been here to support you and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed what you had to share with us as well. It’s always great to hear of other people’s experiences and how they’ve been able to get through them as well.

    Thank you for what you’ve shared with us and for your friendship as well. I’m so glad we met and I wish you all the best in the coming year.

    Happy New Year June!

    ~Adrienne
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    Adrienne

    26/12/2013

    • You’re welcome Adrienne. Thank you!

      It was nice of Mary to come over and leave a comment. Sharing experiences is a great way to learn from each other. I love sharing. 🙂

      You’ve been really helpful Adrienne. Back in April after I quit my job to go freelance, Harleena introduced you to me. You were really kind. I don’t know if you remember but you sent me at least four emails with some really useful guidance. You even introduced me to Sylvianne. And she also wrote me a long email with some freelance writing tips.

      I don’t forget the good that people do. So thank you once more and I’m glad for your friendship as well. I wish you a prosperous New Year and look forward to reading your posts. 🙂

      junie junie

      26/12/2013

  5. Hey June!! Thank you so very much for sharing my comment. And, thank you even more for sharing your stories and wisdom with us!

    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and I’m looking forward to all of the changes in the new year! I’m super glad that we connected up this year!
    Jennifer Kennedy recently posted..How to Move Forward in 2014My Profile

    Jennifer Kennedy

    27/12/2013

    • Hi Jennifer. You’re welcome. It was a pleasure sharing my stories with you.

      I had a lovely Christmas with my family. I hope you had a fantastic one as well. 🙂

      I’m working on the changes to Miraculous Ladies. I want this blog to be more useful. I know that it’s nice to write nice stuff. But it’s even better if the information I share is of some value.

      I’m glad that we met as well. It’s been great interacting with you. And I appreciate all the support you gave me and your kind words of encouragement. 🙂

      junie junie

      27/12/2013

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