A Second Nomination for the Blogger Recognition Award

The Blogger Recognition Award

The Blogger Recognition Award

Hello everyone, I am so excited to share with you that I have been nominated for a second time for the Blogger Recognition Award, this time by Tiger Lily Evergreen, who was also awarded this awesome award for her outstanding blog. You can check out the nomination post here. Be sure to give Tiger Lily Evergreenโ€™s blog a look through, she has some great content!

(This post was written out last week, it completely slipped my mind to post it, I do apologize.)

What is the Blogger Recognition Award?

As mentioned in my first post for the Blogger Recognition Award; the Blogger Recognition Award is a way for bloggers to come together and acknowledge each other as talented writers. Building and maintaining a blog is hard work. There is researching, writing, organizing, planning, promoting, and more. The Blogger Recognition Award is just what it sounds like, it an award that recognizes talented bloggers and a way to support each otherโ€™s blogs.

I am very grateful for being nominated a second time. It helps me regain lost confidence when things start to get slow and feel like I am, in a way, stuck. My greatest wish is to help others overcome hardship and provide useful information, being nominated is a great reminder to continue forward. So, thank you once more Tiger Lily Evergreen.

When you receive this award, you are highly encouraged to write a post and nominate bloggers who inspire you, though it is not required.

My Blogging Journey

I have always enjoyed writing from a young age, it has helped me through much heartache growing up. Writing has always been my escape, along with reading. As the reasoning behind starting Maybe Crazy Help, I have had a desire to impact the world around us in a more positive way, for years. It was after going through the death of a friend taking their own life, I decided to create a website to help others through the darkest part of their mind.

Furthermore, a month before I decided to start writing someone who was like a second mother to me died of a drug overdose. Heartbroken, I began writing to help others out of their mental pain. As I mentioned in the first post, there is so much more to life than pain and suffering. I want to be someone who can spread light in the darkest times. I use firsthand experiences to let others know they are not alone. I am still at the beginning of my blogging journey and learning so much, I am excited to see where this all goes.

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Advice for Beginner Bloggers

  • Be yourself. Your blog should reflect you. We are all unique and different, let that shine through your blog so you can stand out from the crowd.
  • Do not be afraid to speak your mind. Your opinions matter. However, on the same token, do not be afraid to change your outlook to certain views.
  • Do not be afraid to invest in your blog if you want to make a career out of blogging. Investing in your blog is the way to go. Personally, I try to invest a little every month into my blog, whether it is getting self-help books, products to review, or upgrading my plan.
  • When the dreadful burnout happens, keep pushing forward and look for new inspiration. Burnouts happen, but you can get through them. Stay focused and donโ€™t overthink.


  1. Diane Twineheart
  2. D. L. Wright
  3. Sunshine and Lollipogs
  4. Survival Through Faith-Yancosky J.
  5. Mental Health at Home
  6. Mothers Wellness Toolkit
  7. Peace from Panic
  8. 4 M’s Bipolar Mom
  9. Lifestyle Blog: Living With Fears and Anxiety
  10. My Daily Journal Online

To everyone who I nominated, your blogs and websites are beautiful, well written, and deserved to be recognized, even if you decide not to participate. Thank you for creating such powerful posts, you guys are amazing.

I usually do a small description of the websites to pique readers interest in visiting the nominated websites when doing these award posts. However, I am limited on time these days. I do plan on sticking with writing the descriptions from an outside point of view on a later date. So, this post will have an update. Just a small heads up if you read any of the other nomination posts and wonder why I did not include a personal outlook.


After you are nominated there are a few things you are encouraged to do.

  1. Thank the blogger who nominated you. (Thank you once moreย Tiger Lily Evergreen for nominating Maybe Crazy Help, you are awesome!)
  2. Write a blog post on your website about receiving the award
  3. Include why you started your blogging journey in your post
  4. Write two (or more) pieces of advice for new bloggers
  5. Nominate 10-15 bloggers who inspire you
  6. Notify the bloggers after you get done writing the post with a link to the post

You are not required to do any of this; however, it does help other bloggers get noticed as well as help with backlinks and helps grow your network. Thank you all for everything you do, you all deserve this award.

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10 Comments on “A Second Nomination for the Blogger Recognition Award

  1. Congratulations!!! ๐Ÿค— Thanks for the sweet shout outs, and I love your advice for new Bloggers, particularly about being yourself and to be unafraid to speak of your own opinion. And your piece about investing got me thinking… Thanks again for your sweet words, and congratulations again! Keep up the great work! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„

    • Thank you and congratulations on your nomination as well:) In a world where it feels like everyone is walking on eggshells to not hurt or offend someone, it can be easy to hide your own opinions and push them to the side. Especially for those who are shy, to begin with. Even if someone’s opinion was wrong it doesn’t make them any less of a human being. Our opinions are important and deserved to be heard. Debates are natural and can help people open their eyes to different things. By holding back it’s almost like we are creating a safe place in our minds, so we are not judged or challenged for our thoughts. I crave knowledge. My personal belief for myself is how can I truly grow in knowledge if I am too afraid to be challenged on my own opinions. On the same token, not being afraid to change certain views. Though, that is my own ramblings. I tend to get lost in words at times, I apologize. If you are able, investing in your blog is an amazing opportunity to turn what you love into a career. For me, it really isn’t about the money, but we need money to live and support ourselves. So, I am in the process of turning this blog into a career I love.

      • To me, you giving such a lengthy answer shows you’re speaking from your heart, and you know how I feel about that. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Whereas it is true that opinions are frowned upon in this world, I feel that at least here we all can share our opinions unafraid and realizing that when we do, we find people who feel the same way and who want to be as brave. (Hopefully) As for rambling, long answers and comments are always welcome in my life! It shows real depth to lengthen your words and it makes me happy to read it. And your thoughts on investing in blogging are really resonating with me. We’ll just wait and see IF I make it happen. Keep up your fine work with your blog, and please know that you deserve the support you receive. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  2. Good advice! I especially liked the various ways to invest in your blog. This idea that bloggers strive for continuous improvement is appealing. I like when anybody tries to do this in life.

    • Thank you so much for the kind comment. I fully support investing in a blog, I found that by investing in my blog I was ultimately investing in myself. I want to be able to do this full time and help others through emotional struggles. I was told a few years back you have to spend money if you want to make money. To me, it isn’t about the money, though I do need money to support my family so it is a goal to turn this blog into a career while helping others.

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