We all need a helping hand
I too need encouragement and strength sometimes. Reading the words of other bloggers gives me courage every single day. They not only make me feel normal but give me so much inspiration to keep doing what I’m doing.
There are bloggers that I read religiously, almost every day. Some are writing exclusively about infertility and some write about other interesting topics. Most bring a religious aspect to their struggles. You don’t have to be religious to enjoy their blogs but if you believe, it can be a real comfort on those bad days. Let’s get into my list of the 5 bloggers I absolutely need in my life every day.
Waiting for Baby Bird
Meet Elisha! If you want to really understand her post, you need to read about her infertility story. Not only is she an amazing writer but she has a way of drawing you into her posts. Her stories and inspirations are drawn from her deep love and devotion to God. She’s a wife, foster mother, and all around warrior and fighter for infertility and PCOS. Where I feel Elisha really comes alive is on her Facebook page. Her status updates are full of encouragement and her daily struggles is why so many (she has over 15,000 likes and counting) love her.
Meet Tiffany! Her blog touches on many different subjects but she mostly writes about marriage, military, and her love for God. She also talks about her struggles with infertility and the loss of her first child. Her blog is titled appropriately because you can’t help but smile when you read her post and click off the page feeling good. Make sure to read her post Ways to Cope After Miscarriage. It’s full of good ideas on things to do to help you on your journey of healing. Tiffany now has over 1,000 likes on her Facebook page. She’s going places and you want to be along for the ride.5 bloggers I absolutely need in my life every day Click To Tweet
Meet Lisa! I would begin with Lisa’s infertility Journey to really get to know her and her story. Her blog posts of hope and faith or not only encouraging but a comfort in my times of need. In 2014, she received a Nomination for The National Infertility Associations Hope Award for Best Blog. Very impressive! She’s written and published two ebooks both containing prayers and scriptures to help during infertility. I’m considering taking her E-course on Preparing for IVF since I’m in the starting process right now. Lisa’s Facebook page is full of great memes and links to other encouraging bloggers.
In Due Time
Meet Caroline and her husband Colby! Start with their story and work your way down to read their entire journey thus far. You can see from her summary “Our Journey to Expanding our Family” they have been dealing with infertility for about 5ish years. They have decided to live a healthy lifestyle and let God decide when the time is right to have a family. Their faith based approach to infertility is refreshing and inspirational. Caroline’s Facebook page currently has 3,000 likes and growing. Be sure to check it out.
Meet Shelby aka PCOS Support Girl. She tells you herself in her “Meet Shelby” post, she’s just a normal women trying to help and encourage other women who are suffering with PCOS and its effects. She went through secondary infertility and luckily was able to over come her PCOS. She also focuses on fitness and feeling good about yourself no matter how you look. Why I love her? She’s real and raw. She doesn’t try to come off perfect; she curses, she’ll tell you she put on two different shoes, she’s herself 100%. I love people who are just genuinely themselves. Shelby has over 1,000 likes on her Facebook page which is filled with funny memes and videos.
Did you find someone new?
I really hope my list helped you discover one of your new favorite bloggers. Some of these are established bloggers, others are up and coming. I really think they are all stars in the making and you should start following them.
You can go through infertility alone, but why? We are all in this together. 1 in 8 women have some form of infertility. You don’t need to be alone. Connect with these bloggers and make them your friends. Don’t forget, I’m here for you too. If you want to read about my story, you can do so here. You can email me or use my contact form. I’d love to connect and talk with you.
Tell me, who are you favorite Infertility Bloggers?