17 Favorite Posts From November

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// This post about switching off was a really good read because it’s something I deal with daily

// Jen shared a fantastic post on finding your creative tribe – something I’ve been praying about for a while now. I feel like a big thing missing in my life is having a close-knit group of best friends that truly get me and that I can share inspiration and creativity with

// LOVE these 5 rules for staying organized! One of my goals for the new year is to become extremely organized and efficient

// If you’re wanting to take your blog to the next level, this post about five ways to streamline your blogging process is a must read

// Laura and Emma wrote a great post on how to stay motivated and achieve your goals (and it’s a series post, so keep checking their blog for more articles)

// I was so inspired by Jen’s post about creating for your friends, not your critics. I’ve got a pretty vicious group of haters (hi ladies!) and when they first appeared, I was so worried about getting them to stop making fun of me that I let it affect my blog. Reading Jen’s post made me ask myself, why am I worried about pleasing people that hate me? My focus needs to be 100% on those that support me and appreciate my work

// Estee says everyone is hot, and I couldn’t agree more πŸ™‚

// Here is a great guide on finding your blogging purpose & building your manifesto

// If you’re interested in organizing your wardrobe (something I’ve been a bit obsessed with lately), check out this post over on ALO

// Here’s a five step guide to speeding up your morning routine, a must read for us non-morning people

// Speaking of must reads, here’s 10 pieces of advice for starting a blog

// Since I’ve been trying to get on a better sleep schedule, Rebecca’s post on 3 steps for a better night’s sleep is super helpful

// Another good post for bloggers, both old and new, is Sophie’s 15 Blogging Mistakes

// Someone finally wrote a post about one of the biggest annoyances in blogging (for me, anyway) and what to do when it happens to you

// One of my biggest weaknesses as a blogger/human being is staying caught up on emails, so you can imagine how helpful this post has been

// Here’s a list of ten things every girl should own

// And lastly, I really loved how helpful these tips are on keeping on top of everything

I hope everyone has had a lovely November. What were some of your favorite posts from the month?

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