TACKLING LIFE'S CHALLENGES WITH COURAGE

Being a woman of courage means facing the small challenges as well as the big ones, conquering them and moving forward. #courage

SMALL ACTS OF COURAGE

Denyse (from Denyse Whelan Blogs) asked me to take part in her Women of Courage series, and to be honest I felt like a bit of a fraud. So many women deal with huge upheavals and trauma with immense bravery. I've never had to step up that high, and I'm hugely grateful to have been spared from deep heartache and hurt.

I almost turned down the offer to be one of Denyse's guests, but then I realized that courage isn't always huge, it's often a normal part of life. Over the years we're constantly meeting challenges and those of us who push through and conquer them are brave in our own way. So, with that thought, I'm over at Denyse's talking about the courage it took to face financial scarcity, tackle it, and beat it; to have started with very little and to have ended up where I am today.

I hope you'll take a moment (if you haven't already) and read my story there today.



Being a woman of courage means facing the small challenges as well as the big ones, conquering them and moving forward. #courage

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7 comments

  1. It's such a tough one - everyday challenges take courage, albeit a different sort of courage. I really liked your story and could identify with it.

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    1. Thanks Jo - it was tricky writing about courage when it wasn't a deep or dark issue - just a series of life choices :)

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  2. HI, Leanne - I just visited Denyse's site and left my comment there. Great post!

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  3. That is so true Leanne; courage comes in many shapes and sizes. I'm headed over to read your guest post now.

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    1. Thanks Christie - I'm hoping it resonates with Denyse's readers x

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  4. I really enjoyed your guest post on Denyse's post Leanne!

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