Sunday Funday Challenge #3

Welcome to the third ‘Sunday Funday Challenge!’

For those of you unaware, I have set up this challenge myself in order to help you find new blogs that you will love, and to help promote your own blog posts to a different audience.

Here’s how it works:

1) Every Sunday I will post a blog post entitled ‘Sunday Funday Challenge’.

2) Every Sunday, you pick one blog post of your choice from your own blog, which you want to share with people. Copy and paste the URL into the comments section below in order to share it with other Sunday Funday participants.

3) Each Sunday, pick a different post from the week before, which you want to share.

It’s as simple as that!

Invite others to read your favourite posts, comment on blog posts which you love, and promote yourself.

If you have a Twitter account, share the challenge with your followers and use the hashtag #SundayFundayChallenge – The more the merrier and all bloggers are welcome!

So, let’s get started shall we?

Here is my post I’m going to share with you today – ‘The Mistake Which Changed My Life…’

Now, copy and paste a post of your own into the ‘comments’ section below, check out the posts shared by other bloggers and most of all have fun!! 🙂

If you took part last week, remember to share a different post with us this week!

I look forward to reading your posts!


20 thoughts on “Sunday Funday Challenge #3

    • Wow well done – you are doing fantastic! I can only imagine the satisfaction and happiness you must feel doing the job of your dreams! Your passion for teaching is really inspirational ! Best of luck 🙂 xx

    • This is a great post that I believe everybody should read! Sorry you experienced being followed by those horrible men. I would be petrified! :/ I agree with everything you have said though. Men and women should be treated equally – at the end of the day, we are all human and all have feelings. I have felt too intimidated and pressured a few times before which resulted in me giving in and doing something I didn’t want to do. After that I felt so used’, hurt and ashamed of myself for being so weak and giving in. The Santa Barbara tragedy is absolutely heartbreaking. Thankyou so much for sharing! xx

    • Wow, Jenny this is fantastic! I haven’t read this book or seen the film either, and to b honest I’m not 100% sure what it is about. However after reading your letter I REALLY want to read it now! I have just read online what it is about and it sounds really interesting, so I am immediately adding it to my TBR pile! Thank you so much for sharing 🙂 xx

  1. I’ll be having a catch up and read all your latest posts now i’m back from switzerland. My new blog post should be up tomorrow of Switzerland – part 1 🙂

    Much love,

    • You’re welcome! Thankyou for sharing this post! Being un married without children myself, it is always really interesting for me to read posts by parents, such as this one! However, I can imagine what you mean to some extent! I’m sure he would have forgotten all about it by the time he arrived at the chaotic airport! Xxx

    • This is a really great post and I can totally relate to it! Facebook seems to mess with your head sometimes, no matter how much you try to pretend it doesn’t. I have considered deleting my Facebook so many times. I often see things that bother or upset me on there and make me feel down about myself, so I always wonder whether it is really worth it. It is really hard sometimes , but be proud of who you are. It’s better to be single than be with the wrong person. If you ever need a chat about anything then drop me a message as I have suffered with depression etc too 🙂 xx

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