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We were undecided about making this a topic. By default, we did an update at three months and continued the path from there.
When we reached our great achievement of 12 months (Grief Probate Journey is 12 months old), we thought about leaving it there, and only doing another update at two years.
However, what we have come to realise is these updates are a way of us being able to see how far we have come over time. For this reason, we decided we will continue with these updates.
It also sets us a challenge, of striving to make it to another milestone.
We are taking this as a day by day situation, as we all know life is so unpredictable and we can never really know what is around the corner. We do not take anything for granted when it comes to our blog and our journey. We appreciate every achievement and milestone we reach.
Since our last update of Grief probate Journey is 12 months old, we:
- Have guest blogged on TheGraveWoman’s page: Grief Bubble – Time Warp: Guest Blogging for the Grave Woman. This felt so surreal but was such a blessing and honour for us to have had this great opportunity
- Featured our first guest blog topic: Guest Blog: Rachel and Dave telling their Sepsis story: Scoot for Sepsis Campaign
We have reached the following new countries:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- South Korea
- Czech Republic
- U.S Virgin Islands
- Sint Maarten
- American Samoa
- St Lucia
- Papa New Guinea
- Macau SAR China
- Costa Rica
- Solomon Islands
- Aland Islands
- St Vincent & Grenadines
- Equatorial Guinea
- Côte d’ Ivoire
That’s a further 63 Countries in three months. We are truly honoured, humbled, amazed and fascinated by the vast range of countries our blog is viewed in. The feeling we get each time we reach a new country is indescribable. To be honest, we have to admit we’ve googled a few of these countries as we hadn’t heard of them until this moment.
We have been mentioned by the following in Instagram stories:
- Gr8teful gal
- Oceans of Grief
- The Grief Space
- Spiritual Teja shared our topic on: Time: Angel Numbers: Number 7: Biblical Meaning Number 7 within Wordprdess. (The host site for our blog). They also shared with us a lovely encouraging message.
Please see this below:
This topic has become one of our most popular topics. And most recently when we published: Signs an Angel Messenger is Near, not only was this a popular topic with a high volume of views, it also brought back interaction and comments on our Facebook business page which were naturally very pleased about.
Our most popular topics are:
- Time: Angel Numbers: Number 7: Biblical Meaning Number 7
- Visitation Dreams and Signs – Guest Feature Tree Carr
Our followers have continued to increase. We now have a combined total of:
We are starting to collaborate more with people which although sometimes might feel daunting/overwhelming it is also a great feeling as this helps to make us feel that we were right to pursue this in our aim to try and help others and possibly make a difference. It is an extraordinary feeling to be contacted by people who would like to feature in our blog, or collaborate with us. It feels very rewarding.
What has been extra special is the connections and bonds we are forming within the grief community we have become a part of. It is such a warming feeling how supported we feel, how uplifted we are made to feel. This interaction along with support from family and friends truly does keep us going throughout our journey.
We have come a long way in 15 months. It’s been an honour and a privelige to share our journey, and to share information about so many different topics. It’s also been an honour and a privelige to have crossed paths with so many kind hearted people.
As always, we cannot forget the reason why we are even where we are today. The sad and unfortunate loss of our amazing Dad. In all that we do, we always strive to do our best to honour our Dad and we hope he would be proud of what we have achieved so far. We called our Blog Grief Probate Journey as it defines everything that we are experiencing, but now, the blog has also become a welcomed part of our journey that we are truly grateful for. It is on it’s own course and path, teaching us along the way. And we look forward to the future with faith, hope, and positivity.
Thank you all for your support, we cannot express in words how much of a huge difference this makes to us. We appreciate you all dearly.
Love and blessings
Grief Probate Journey