The Flawesome Award

Hi Everyone,

I have exciting news to share! I have been nominated by my friend Carol who runs The Invisible Vision Project, for the Flawesome Award.  Be sure to check out Carol’s work because she is an amazing writer.

This award is to share with others that we all have weaknesses and then share how we can improve our weaknesses and turn them into strengths to become a better person. As always, there are rules with the award:

  • Link back to the original creator of the Flawesome Award: Sophia Ismaa
  • Recognize the person who nominated you: Carol
  • Display the award
  • List three flaws and turn them into strengths
  • Nominate 10 people

Here are three flaws that I have:

  1. I get to angry to fast

I get quite angry very quickly over little things. I can turn this into a strength and become a better person by slowing down my anger and thinking about the problem and how to solve it.

  1. I have Dyslexia

This means that I struggle with writing and reading at times. I can turn this into a strength and become a better person by using my technology and becoming a better writer by working on my writing and reading.

  1. I worry too much!

This is one big problem that I have that affects myself and my family. I have been in therapy before and it has helped some, but it is up to me to continue to work on this weakness. I can turn this into a strength and become a better person by using the techniques that I was taught in therapy.

I would now like to nominate 10 people for this award:

  1. Glen (Well_Eye_Never)
  2. Luke Sam Sowden (LukeSamSowden)
  3. Holly (LifeofaBlindGirl)
  4. Rebbecca Writes (BeckieWrites)
  5. Hannah (Hannah19168315)
  6. Chelsey (viblind)
  7. Stephanae (BoldBlindBeauty)
  8. Ourblindlife (ourblindlife)
  9. Krist M (EnglishWithK)
  10. Charlotte & GD Layla (blindseyeview)

 

There you have it, the Flawesome award! Thank you again, Carol for nominating me! 😊

 

Published by Amanda Gene Harris, author and owner of Harris' InkWell

Hi, welcome to my website. My name is Amanda Gene Harris, and I am the owner of Harris' Inkwell. I am a disability and mental health freelancer. I would love to work with your company and I provide writing on a variety of topics on disability and mental health. Feel free to contact me via email at: Amanda@amandagene.com

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