Positivity & Changes #SoSS #42

I read a couple of posts this week that dealt with positivity in some or other way, whether it was about sex, about body image or about mental health. It made me look long and hard at myself, and on Wednesday I actually told my oldest: I am actually starting to feel better. I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.
I don’t know whether it’s because of the grief counseling or whether I am just slowly healing from the deep grief because of mu mom’s passing. Maybe it’s taking a step back at work that has done the trick. A lot less stress goes a long way to give one room to be able to work through other issues. Also, talking to Master T about issues I am worried about, must have helped too.

I’m still busy with the grief counseling and have decided to write about it and share it on my blog, but I am positive it will help me carry on living the way I know my mom would have wanted me to.

As for the changes part of the title… have you seen it? If not, scroll to the bottom of this post…

Sexy writing

Miss Violet Grey asks a very important question: What’s YOUR sex positivity?
I really like her way of thinking and agree that everyone should do what’s best for them.

I normally don’t highlight more than one post by the same author, but Cara Thereon is on a roll lately and two of her posts this past week really struck me: Yearly Exam and Her Pain. In both of these pieces Cara has managed to convey the feelings of her character SO well!

Lord Raven is back! You might remember that in the past you could read his stories on Malflic’s blog, but he now has his own corner on the Internet. And, he started off with a bang, like where he shares one of their scenes with us. Go read this, and some of his darker stories. There’s more to follow, a little birdie told me!

There is so much in this post that hit home for me, so much that Exposing 40 said in Fat, beautiful, worthy that made me think about myself. I am going to leave this post up on my screen and read it over and over, because there are some things in here that I have been thinking about a lot lately.

A post which touched me deeply. She’s been through a tough time, Ella Scandal tells us in her post Where I Go When I’m Gone, but she is stronger than she ever was before.

Hot images

This image by Violet is beautiful, but the words in her post The Unofficial End are testament to the power of this community, to the power of memes like Boobday and Sinful Sunday.

Every rose can be beautiful, but a red rose trapped between to beautiful breasts just can’t be missed, as Kisungura clearly shows us!

One image from last week’s Sinful Sunday that totally had my attention, was posted by Submissy: His. The image really says it all. She is</em his!


Prompts are a great way to inspire you to a new post, whether they have prompts or not. These are the ones currently running:

Meme Prompt Date(s) to link
Masturbation Monday Week 209 (Kisungura) 31 August to 4 September 2018
Wicked Wednesday Prompt #327: Lifestyle 1 to 6 September 2018
Food for Thought Friday F4TFriday #63 – Do It Yourself 31 August to 6 September 2018
Friday Flash Friday Flash No. 21 — La Vie Est Belle 1 to 8 September 2018
Sinful Sunday Macro 2 September 2018
Kink of the week Prompt to follow 1 to 16 September 2018
Elust #110 Elust submissions September 1 to 8 September 2018

Prompt 326 for Wicked Wednesday was ‘Love’ for which 24 posts were linked. The top 3 was done by Floss and she chose:

Last but not least

So, have you seen it yet?

The changes? Remember I told you about it in my #SoSS post last week? Some things here have changed, such as my homepage, the width of the page, the menu and the font. I have also updated some pages, such as my about me page, the blogs I read and my photo page.
But, most important of all… my logo. Don’t you just love it?

© Rebel’s Notes

5 thoughts on “Positivity & Changes #SoSS #42

  1. It all looks really great! And I’m really heartened to read that you are feeling a bit better and hope that light at the end of the tunnel keeps shining for you. Thank you again for including me in your SoSS, it really is much appreciated xxx

  2. I noticed! It’s beautiful, Marie. And I am so happy to hear things are feeling a little less heavy for you. I am a firm believer in grief counseling. I don’t know what would have happened if I hadn’t had my own counselor. He was, literally, a life saver. And talking to Master T is so vitally important too. Good on you for taking those steps, as scary as they might have been.


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