The Blogger Recognition Award #3 & #4

My good friend, Charlotte, from Time To Talk, has given me my 3rd nomination for The Blogger Recognition Award! Then I received my 4th nomination for this award from the lovely Jazz, from Another Bipolar Blogger! You girls mean the world to me and thank you so so much!

There are some rules that go along with the nomination. It is by no means required to make a post if you are nominated, but here they are!

  • Thank the blogger(s) for nominating you and give the link to their blog!
  • Write a post on your site displaying the award that describes why you started your blog

I started UndercoverSuperhero because I wanted a space to share my story of learning to walk again and my 9 month hospital and rehabilitation stay.

I hoped by sharing my story, I could make someone, whonwas or is going through something similar, to feel less isolated. I yearned to know of someone who knew exactly what I was going through.

I aim to raise awareness of lots of things, from disabilities and illnesses, to weddings, inclusion and accessibility.

  • Write 2 pieces of advice you have for new bloggers.

I know it’s easier said than done, but when reading posts like ‘How To WriteThe Perfect Blog Post’ or something like that, nothing is perfect – don’t feel pressured into believing that you have to follow a ritual, it’s your blog, you write how YOU want to write.

I know I’ve said it before, but I cannot emphasise how important engagement with readers and fellow bloggers is. I’ve been fortunate to get to know and have a chat with some incredible people, and it definitely helps in making you feel part of a growing community!

  • Nominate (and notify!) 15 more bloggers that they’re awesome.

I Nominate

Leo – The Anxious History Teacher

Bethany – The Hidden Truths From A Disabled Girl

Georgina – Chronillicles

Koral – The Unsanity

Ginny – Sick With Optimism

Matthew – Blog Of The Wolf Boy

Ilona – Pesky Pelvis

Jen – Diffusing The Tension

Suzi – My Colourful Life

Sarah – Mommin’ In The Real World

Gemma – Help Me I’m Adulting

Amy – Sassy Cat Lady

Anne – Emah Purple

Jordyn – The Chronically Unimaginable

Chloe – Life Through My Dark Brown Eyes


  1. It seems a long struggle journey and glad you decided to share with people so you can inspire and help someone out there πŸ™‚
    I agree with interaction and wrote about it many times, it’s the gist of blogging but many fail to see it! Nowadays I visit only those who visit me, first because many don’t even check their SPAM folder or they simply like your comment, second because my regular readers are worth my time more than others, from a mutual respect point of view πŸ™‚
    I thank you for visiting my blog and best of luck in your journey, and congratulations for the double awards as well πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ I’m hoping to reblog my recovery story when I reached my first blog anniversary in October πŸ™‚ it’s still very much an ongoing journey but I am able to walk a very short distance now – my motivation has been to walk down the aisle next month πŸ’š


    1. You’re most welcome! I’ve been meaning to message you as I have a couple of questions, nothing bad! It’s about your Saturday Shout Out and your secret project – where is best to message you? πŸ’š

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