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Thanks for The Amazing Survey Results

Thanks for The Amazing Survey Results

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Thanks for getting involved in my last post. I appreciate your support. The survey results are amazing. You’ve helped me shape the future of Miraculous Ladies.

You’re why I blog. If not for you I’d have given it up a long time ago.

Before I get into the survey results, I want to chat a little about life. 

 

Have you ever thought about the meaning of your life?

The reason why you exist.

What you give to others.

The difference you make. 

A 95-year-old friend said to me this morning, “I really don’t know the meaning of my life.”

Her comment was deep. It surprised me. She’s concerned because she feels she’s not doing enough to help others.

This lady is 95. Wow! She’s lived through World War 2, raised a family, worked and gave to charity. She also looked after a sick relative when she was younger. And she’s always willing to listen to anyone who needs an ear. 

Although she’s housebound, she doesn’t complain.

Her husband died over 30 years ago. She lives alone and copes brilliantly.

I love her positive attitude. She always smiles. Even when she falls over. And she’s had  a few falls.

When I told her I admire her for not worrying. She said, “You’ll live if you worry. You’ll die if you worry. So why worry?”

Worrying doesn’t stop you from living or dying.

I applaud her for the way she lives. She takes it one day at a time.

These are the biggest takeaways I got from her:  

  • be contented
  • be happy
  • be at peace
  • be forgiving
  • don’t worry  
  • love and accept others

To reach 95 is a blessing.

Maybe she can’t see the meaning of her life, but I can. This lady is a giver, and a helper. She inspires me.

Have you ever thought about the meaning of your life?

What difference do you make?

What legacy will you leave for your family?

How do you influence other people?

Are you living your dreams?

My dream is to share my experiences and knowledge with you. That’s why I started this blog. If I can help you change your life (even in a small way) I’ll be happy. 

 

Which brings me to…

 

The survey results 

You chose ‘Personal Self Development for Women’ instead of ‘Entrepreneurship’.

I’m happy about the categories you opted for. Because they’re topics I’m passionate about.

Here they are:

  • Relationships
  • Woman’s challenges
  • Freelance writing
  • Working from home
  • Self confidence
  • Parenting
  • Blogging
  • Single life
  • Health & beauty
  • Lifestyle

I’m excited about the new direction of Miraculous Ladies. And I’m looking forward to serving you and helping you on your journey of life

Photo credit: Pixabay.com

Over to you. Are you happy on this new journey we’re taking? If there’s anything you need to discuss, please contact me. 

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

    10 Comments

  1. Dear June,

    I am so glad for you and I have sincerely been wishing you get to this breakthrough. I am proud of the modest contributions l made and so grateful to know you. Blessings if truly appreciated, can really never be named one by one. See what you just shared about this strong woman of 95? I wish you all the best. There is strength in what remains and even if just for one more soul, keep it up.

    Loads of love, Marie
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    Marie Abanga

    19/05/2014

    • Thanks Marie. You’ve made a big contribution and I appreciate your support, comments and feedback. I’m grateful we met too Marie.

      My 95-year-old friend is indeed a strong woman. She’s been through a lot but it hasn’t affected her attitude to life. She’s always bright and happy. And you’re right, truly appreciated blessings can never be named one-by-one. They’re uncountable.

      I will do my best to help as many women as possible. And even if it’s just one soul, it will be worth it. 🙂

      Have a fantastic day.

      By the way I loved your interview by The Divorce Magazine.

      June Whittle June Whittle

      19/05/2014

  2. That’s so sad June that at your friends age she doesn’t know why she’s here!

    I remember my Mom telling me at one time she didn’t know what her life’s purpose was. She’s so giving and she has volunteered her services to MD Anderson for years now always making things for the patients. We are always celebrating her life each day, I’m blessed to have her as my Mom.

    I’m glad the survey results turned out well and that’s a lot of categories to cover. You’re going to have a lot to write about moving forward now.

    Thanks for sharing this story and good luck.

    ~Adrienne
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    Adrienne

    20/05/2014

    • My friend is such a wonderful lady with a big heart. She feels she should be doing more. I think she would if she was able to walk without a frame. But she’s done a lot already. Bless her!

      Your mom is doing a great job. Volunteering is such a meaningful and kind thing to do.

      Yes, I’m going to be busy covering all those categories. 🙂 But I’m looking forward to taking this blog to the next level.

      Thanks for stopping by Adrienne. Enjoy the rest of the week.

      June Whittle June Whittle

      20/05/2014

  3. It is not so difficult to know the purpose of your life but achieve it is damned difficult. Sometimes we need not to define our purpose formally and we just keep it in mind and keep following it. It may also be good to never remember the purpose your life but keeping it ambiguous sometimes become so confusing. Especially at the beginning one must be clear why he came in this world. Otherwise he has to repent for his whole life because of being in a wrong career or business.
    Thanks a lot for doing hard work to let the readers know what is the significance of clarity of purpose in life.
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    Mi Muba

    21/05/2014

    • Hi Mi,

      You’re right by saying it can be difficult to achieve the purpose of our lives. But if we don’t know our purpose, it’s hard to be focused.

      Without clarity we tend to live a life without goals. That makes it hard to define where we’re going. That’s how we could easily end up in the wrong career or business.

      This post wasn’t just about the purpose of our lives. But I wanted to touch on the subject.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. 🙂

      June Whittle June Whittle

      21/05/2014

    • Marie, thank you. I appreciate your efforts for giving me awards. And thanks for not giving up on me. I’m going to pop over to your blog now to read your acceptance one. I’m curious. 🙂

      June Whittle June Whittle

      10/06/2014

  4. Hi June, I’m not thinking of becoming a Freelance Writer because it isn’t my forte. However, I do enjoy writing and have a blog. Thanks for the great tips, they will defiantly come in handy. Have a great day!

    Clover Jean Entertainment

    14/10/2014

    • Hi Clover,

      Thanks for stopping by. I missed you. 🙂 I’m glad you find these tips useful because I know you enjoy updating your blog.

      Have a great evening.

      June June

      14/10/2014

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