I’ve always been curious about butterflies.
I was a bit of a geek and always liked learning more about the creatures, so I knew they were important to me.
I’ve also been a huge fan of butterflies in general, and I found out about their social butterfly network (which was originally named the Butterfly Network).
The butterflies’ social network helped inspire me to stop worrying about anxiety in general.
And now I’m a part of it.
I don’t have to worry about anxiety, because I have a butterfly network of butterflies that I can connect with, and they’re all really helpful to me in a positive way.
I recently shared my butterfly network with my friend Emily.
I asked her what it was like to be part of that network, and she said she’d never experienced anything like it.
She said she feels that everyone on the network is an incredible support system.
Her butterfly network is made up of people who share the same passions as she is.
They’re all people who love nature, love nature conservation, and want to help people make informed choices about what they’re consuming.
I want to share the stories of people like Emily, and to let them know that they’re not alone.
I wanted to give you an example of someone who helped someone in 2017, and also shared that experience with the Butterfly Networks that are made up just for her.
In December 2017, I decided to start a butterfly blog.
My aim was to share some butterfly photos that I found through the butterfly network and encourage people to share them with others.
The blog was launched on February 18, 2018.
I wrote posts about my butterflies, which I tagged with a hashtag.
I started writing them at 3am on a Tuesday morning, and when I woke up, I had the blog to myself.
This was an incredibly stressful time for me, because on top of having to do all of this work on my blog, I was also dealing with my anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
I’m still learning about anxiety and depression and anxiety, and it was very hard for me to share my thoughts.
I’d write about the butterflies and I’d read the blog posts about them, and then I’d be like, “OK, now I have to do this.”
But, the butterfly blog was so much more than that.
It was really helpful for me in the beginning.
It made me feel more at peace, and made me really think about butterflies and how I relate to them.
One of the biggest things that helped me feel at peace with butterflies was being in nature, as much as possible.
I went to a butterfly sanctuary a few weeks ago and had a butterfly walk.
The sanctuary is full of butterfly species and habitats.
It’s really nice to be outside in nature and just see what butterflies are up to.
I didn’t realize that my blog would be a huge part of helping people to become more aware of their surroundings.
One of my favorite butterfly images is this one of a redheaded brown butterfly.
It had a great color scheme and was super colorful, and the wings were really soft and fluffy.
When I saw this photo, I thought, “This is one of my most favorite butterfly wings!”
It reminded me of butterflies I’d been watching growing up, and that I’d probably never see again.
I thought I’d love to share that with my friends and other butterfly fans, and so I shared it with Emily.
I was surprised to see that Emily liked it.
When she saw it, she started commenting on it.
And it got shared around.
And she started sharing it with friends and people that she knew, and started getting more and more involved.
Emily has been an incredible resource for me.
She’s really good at showing me what butterflies look like, and helping me find butterflies that look good.
She has also given me great advice.
She explained that butterflies are not like other animals, and butterflies don’t grow up in a straight line.
They can change shape, and change color.
I think it was great to have that guidance.
I feel that it’s a big part of my mental health to have an open mind.
I also have to be honest about butterflies because they’re a beautiful thing.
They have wings and tails, and feathers, and colors.
They are all beautiful and so unique.
I love seeing them and they really inspire me.
In 2017, my anxiety started getting really bad, and my depression was getting worse, too.
Butterflies helped me be more at ease.
That’s the reason why I started a butterfly website, so that I could share butterflies with people who are not in a social butterfly community, but that I am.
I hope that my butterfly blog can help people be a little more aware about butterflies, and hopefully inspire them to make informed decisions about what to eat.
And I hope it will help to keep me on track with my health.