Thank you blogging community

I woke up this morning to of achieving 200 followers. So while I have my coffee and reflect on the past 7-8 months, I want to thank each and everyone of my followers for your support. Saying thank you to my blogging friends who have encouraged and inspired me so that Curiosities, Castles and Coffee Shops is where it is today. This would not be possible without so many lovely people

Thank you ❤️❤️❤️



  1. Yes
    I woke up this morning to over 200 followers, and I’m so grateful for all of the support I’ve received in the past 7-8 months. Thank you to my blogging friends who have encouraged and inspired me, and to all of my followers who have made Curiosities, Castles and Coffee Shops so successful. This wouldn’t be possible without all of you, and I hope to keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

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  2. Well done. When you write about your interest in a variety of subjects in an earnest, professional and that je ne sais quoi readable way for many visitors? And you certainly do. Then you have a much deserved following. All the best. Onwards and upwards.

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  3. Many congratulations on your 200 followers, Brenda. That’s a real achievement in a relatively short time – you have done so well, and I’m happy for you. I’ve only recently discovered you, so I am glad to be one of your 200. Keep going – you have a lot of kind people urging you on. Xx ✨💖✨

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  4. Congratulations, Brenda! 🎉🎉

    I feel so happy to get connected to you.
    It’s your 1) belief in conversations and 2) efforts to increase their rates and the productivity which’s ultimately helpful for us all.

    Your comments are derived by your concerns to the person whom you read.
    Where you as a medium I’m able to generalise my interests with my readership.

    The approach of earning academic excellence in your articles/blog posts is, certainly, beneficial to your readers and students.

    What I can do the best here?
    1) Honestly completing my regular quota of studies,
    2) attend regular classes,
    3) explore relevant blog posts in the blogosphere, and
    4) maintain regular sharing and exchanges with the more closer people or well wishers like you.

    I’m going to read your blog posts, now.
    Many times my mood is disturbed and I do already have enough to read, so I’m not able to read blogs for daily basis.
    It also depends on i) the nature of the topic, ii) the way it’s covered, and iii) does it reaches my range or does it adds value to my life. I choose accordingly.

    Thank you so much.
    Best wishes and take care.💪

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    • Wow Lokesh I am honoured that you would take time out of your busy schedule to write such a detailed and well thought out response. I really appreciate you ❤️

      You must focus on your studies. I know how important that is, both generally and to you personally. I feel you are heavily emotionally invested in your studies. But its also important to take time to look after your mental health too. We academics put so much pressure on students to work hard, to submit assessments and pass exams. But students need to learn how to cope with the stresses of student life.
      I think we are all pleased to see you when you’re active, but appreciate that you have competing demands so read blogs that interest you, that inspire you and that make you feel good.

      Look after yourself, Lokesh and continue to work hard and excel in your studies, knowing your blogging friends are at your back, waving you on 😁😘


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