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How blogging gave me back my mojo! #100blogposts🎉 #2years


This is one of the shortest blogposts I will ever write. I guess it’s true that quality trumps quantity. That’s kinda ironic when I highlight that this post is in honour of my 100th blogpost! Yes, I’m celebrating 100 posts on my Human Touch ❤✍🏽 Blog.

For anyone who joined my blog recently, here’s a quick recap. I started blogging two years ago at a time in my life when I needed to write because my confidence was so low that I couldn’t express myself verbally. I found my voice by blogging.

I am grateful that I found my voice and my confidence and still enjoy sharing my thoughts by blogging and via other media. I am also grateful that at least one reader reads my reflections and, in turn, finds their voice too.

Every time a reader reaches out to me to share how my reflections have helped them, my voice gets stronger. For this and more, again I say thank you!

#Milestones #100BlogPosts #2YearsAndCounting #HonestReflections #InspiringOthers #TheHumanTouch✍🏽❤

By Nichole McIntosh FRSA

I am a Jamaican-born British nurse, poet, blogger: http://nicholemcintosh.com, vlogger, podcaster, motivational speaker, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Editorial Advisor of the Royal College of Nursing Institute’s Nursing Management Journal.

I am also the Founder and Director of Maroon Mindset Unlimited Ltd, a consultancy company that works with the NHS and other systems to learn, think and behave differently.

Follow me on Twitter: @McIntoshNichole
Instagram: @tyrese876 or @maroon.mindset
Facebook Page: @NicholeMcIntoshFRSA
LinkedIn: Maroon Mindset

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