What are You Struggling With Today? Can You Find Solace in Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party #252?

What are you struggling with today? Discover what inspiration you can get from Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party 252

Did You Miss Out on Last Weeks’ Winsome Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party? Collaborate with Us For a Chance to be Featured (#252)

If you did not participate in last weeks traffic jam weekend linky party to see how creative content creators are, do not miss your chance to get featured by any of the exceptional eight co-hosts of linky party #252.

Discover how to collaborate with other businesses just incase you missed out on the previous linky party.

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A Short Interlude Before Linky Party 252

Before we get to sharing old blogs on the current linky party 252 I thought I should share how I got deeply affected by two circumstances. Well, I am not one to share such saddening news, but I thought I could encourage someone in similar or worse scenario.

First off, a loved one was hooked up on machines in the HDU with a stroke attack but ‘miraculously’ – as the doctors described it – is now learning to walk, feed, etc., all from scratch.

Secondly, another loved one send me a message that they had just checked in the hospital and were hooked up on oxygen – isolated – due to Covid_19, despite ‘staying safe!’

Struggling, stressed and saddened by your business output so far or life's challenges. Try linky party 252

Are You Struggling, Stressed, Sad and Confused?

I am no better than any of you keeping safe from COVID-19 super-spreaders, hurricanes and wild fires.

But these two circumstances were tough considering that you could not visit anyone in the hospital. After going through all the motions of shock, then recovering, I would love to encourage someone that despite life having ups and downs, these ups and downs are what mould us to be stronger for those around us who are not strong at all – and each one of us knows them!

Incase you are in similar or worse shoes than I have just lifted myself up from, hold on to all forms of hope.

And yes, it is a reminder that none of us created ourselves. We hold the keys in our hands and the power to choose the path of life and fruitful living – despite the odds.

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I applaud all people in the startup and small businesses niches who have not given up hope, but are optimistic meeting the needs of thirsty customers and buyers who have decided to shop early for Christmas and the New Year of 2021, according to trends of late August/early September 2020.

What Are You Struggling With Today?

The year 2020 turned may not have turned out the any of us had diligently planned for.

But today, we only have November, then we close the curtains on year 2020. There is still time to rise up and go on courageously.

What are you struggling with?” is not just a question. Do not ponder over it too long. Share with me today.

Do not stay silent. Speak up!

I share with you a post I did on social media in 2018, that is as relevant today, as it was two years ago.

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Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party at beingawordsmith.com

The bloggers bringing this fabulous party to you:

Kimberly: Being A Wordsmith | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

Evelyn: Eclectic Evelyn | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram | YouTube | Tumblr

Tracy: View From The Beach Chair | Twitter | Facebook | Pinterest

Laurie: Seeking Serenity & Harmony | Pinterest | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Fb (Homestead) | YouTube

Michelle: My Bijou Life | Instagram | Pinterest

Lisa: Lisa’s Everyday Life | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest

Deja: Breakroom Buddha | Instagram | Pinterest | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter

Hazlo: ThExtraOrdinarionly | Tumblr | Twitter | Instagram | Flipboard | Facebook | Pinterest | Keen | Mix | YouTube

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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #251…

Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party 252 - the party for cool content creators

Hazlo chose Thankful & Blessed with Bellelily… from Shelbee On the Edge. “This was a very happy blog – just loved it.”

Kimberly chose How to Grow Fresh Herbs on Your Windowsill from Urban Naturale. “I am a visual person so the infographic in this post is EVERYTHING! And because I do not have a green thumb, this post will help me look like I have one.”

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Michelle chose Purple and Yellow Mini Corner Bookmarks from Keeping It Real. “I hadn’t seen this type of bookmark before, and Teresa’s are so fun and cute.”

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Laurie chose Maximize the Limited Space in Your Kitchen from our very own Being A Wordsmith. “This was the one I chose this week. I struggle with having my kitchen look organized and non-messy due to the limited size. This post gave me some ideas.”

all co-hosts of Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party 252 welcome you to share old and news blog post. Find out how

The post with the most views was 5 Ways to Turn Your Difficult Child Around from Women Abiding.

Thank you featured bloggers for sharing! Your posts will be pinned (slowly but surely) to the Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party Pinterest board. Please grab a special Traffic Jam Weekend featured button below to display on your blog.

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By Hazlo Emma

Hazlo Emma is a Business Development, Digital Strategist & optimistic personal Coach in the Financial, Writing, and Social Media Space for Startups and Small Businesses.  She has a knack for numbers with an advisory role to a tech-averse clientele. Emma is an inspiration to solopreneurs, newbies, founders, CEOs, and B2B enthusiasts, challenging each one to impact their world, a step at a time with innovative strategies. Her mantra is creating lasting memorable experiences consistently, with the delivery of excellent and faster results (offline and online) for higher returns on investment, whilst exceeding the expectations of prospects.   Currently pursuing further studies in the security niche, she is a team member at http://www.thextraordinarionly.com where they test affordable DIY innovative business tips, social media marketing tips, tweaks, hacks, strategies, … that improve engagement, branding, and share their experiences. Formatting, proofreading, copy editing, line editing, comprehensive and substantive editing manuscripts comes second nature to her. even ghost writing in the nonfiction genre as a side hustle. Hazlo Emma follows real-time trends in Small Business, Startup World, Social Media, Social Impact Matters, Leadership, Fin-tech, Big Data, Analytics, Robotics, IoT, Artificial and Hybrid Intelligence, in addition to frequently answering questions on Quora! She is a Global Juror of the 5th Global Entreps Awards & 5Gcitizens International Congress nominating exceptional and outstanding individuals under the guidance of the United Nations’ SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). Hazlo Emma is a co-author of Crawl Outta Debt Now.

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