Guest Post: Britta of It’s a Britta Bottle, On Choosing to Let Life Happen

Back in late November, early December, I connected with this blogger whom I have next to nothing in common with, but who none-the-less welcomed me into the blogosphere and made me feel like I could actually succeed at this blogging thing.

Eli, from Coach Daddy, was one of the first bloggers I connected with here on WordPress. A father of three girls and a general sports guru, he writes about parenting and sports, among other things, on his own blog. As a young twenty-something who has no intention of becoming a parent anyy time soon and who generally doesn’t follow sports at all, we really don’t have anything in common on the surface. Yet, we still made this awesome connection based on our shared love of writing and words.

When he asked me to guest post for him, again, wayy back around six months ago, I was thrilled. The knowledge that someone else wanted to showcase my work on their blog was a huge confidence booster for me, back when I was a baby blogger, and I eagerly looked forward to this summer guest post with fervor.

“On Transition Periods and Why I’m Choosing to Let Life Happen” was published today, and I couldn’t be more thrilled with the way it turned out. I would love if you could all take a mosey on over to read it (the link is below). Seriously. I am so proud of this piece and Eli has formatted it beautifully. Writing this was such a pleasure for me. When it all comes down to it, this is what blogging is all about. These connections and the amazing collaborations that can come out of such connections. This is why I write and this is why I blog. This is why this community is such a beautiful thing.

Guest Post: Britta of It’s a Britta Bottle, On Choosing to Let Life Happen.

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23 thoughts on “Guest Post: Britta of It’s a Britta Bottle, On Choosing to Let Life Happen

  1. I read your post earlier Britta but went straight into meetings and didn’t get time to comment. It is a wonderful post, beautifully written and makes me a little nostalgic. I’m still not in the place where I will end up but the journey to that place is exciting and fun and full of opportunities to learn and grow. I wish you all the best – you are truly a remarkable and intelligent woman and I for one, am looking forward to hearing about your adventures.

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  2. Britta – thanks so much for writing this guest post on my blog. I know my readers will love to read your words, too, and that they’ll find themselves over here to read more. Grateful we crossed paths!

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