Blogger Recognition Award

This morning I was kindly nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award by the author of https://purelandsutras.wordpress.com/

I feel flattered to have been appreciated by a fellow dhamma blogger, especially one who is so generous with their mind and works. I greatly recommend you visit purelandsutras.wordpress.com to enjoy the sutra translations. 

The Rules of the Award are as Follows:

  1. Thank the blog who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
  2. Write a post to show the award.
  3. Share the experience that prompted you to start blogging.
  4. Give a piece of advice to new bloggers.
  5. Nominate 15 other blogs and personally inform them of their nomination.

How bite-size dhamma was born:

For many years I would search out Buddhist parables, sayings, and stories on the internet. I very much enjoyed reading them and considering their meanings.  I know many people enjoy this too so my blog was born out of the one simple thought:

“Why don’t I start collecting my favourites all in one place for everyone to benefit from?”

So I did, and I’m still at it. 

Advice to New Bloggers:

Blog about something that genuinely interests you. Don’t worry too much about followers and likes in the early days, just enjoy blogging and try to spread a good message 

I Nominate:

A few of the above are very new and could use some love. 🙂

Author: Bite-Size Dhamma

I'm a Buddhist layperson, trying to live well and skilfully with compassion, generosity, and discernment. I work in the field of housing law and homelessness casework. I have a beautiful kind wife, a very cute dog, and two loveable but surly cats.

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