So excited that I have been nominated by Iva Sallay from findthefactors.com for the *Very Inspiring Blogger Award. *Never thought that this would be possible. Thank you very very much ^_^ Extremely excited ^_^

*Find the factors* is an interesting blog, where you can see the beauty of numbers together with other interesting things. I like the idea that for every post she talks about the number of the post (thus you get a lot of number facts). To understand the process better, you can read her last post: 494 My First Microfilm Treasure Hunt.

Normally now I should post my list of nominations, but I thought it would be interesting to write a small quote before:

“Mathematics has beauty and romance. It’s not a boring place to be, the mathematical world. It’s an extraordinary place; it’s worth spending time there.” Marcus du Sautoy

List of nominations for the *Very Inspiring Blogger Award: *

- The Geometry Teacher, with inventive ideas and really nice applications of math in real life (his last post: Bowling… and supporting struggling students) and also because he was a geometry, algebra and physics teacher the blog has a lot of interesting posts consisting of advises for teachers and students alike.
- Nebusresearch is a nice place for any math/science and comics lovers. Weekly posts regarding the latest comics released and much more (math mostly ^_^). The last post, Calculating Pi Less

Terribly, talks about finding the digits for pi and also about series. - Let’s Play Math is on my list especially for the Math Teacher at Play Carnival. I hosted it in December 2014 and it was an incredible experience. Also, Denise has really good posts about math games, such as Fan Tan (Sevens), which are creative and really fun to try.
- Math Education Concepts is self explanatory from the title. You can read about her experience in class, or about different projects (summer math camp, or programs) implemented or supported by her. You can feel the dedication in every post.
- Math with Bad Drawings which gives really fun explanations using drawings of teaching techniques and also math concepts. I always have a good laugh when I look at the images and also they make you understand the concept better, take a look at his last post: America will run out of good questions by 2050.

For more of my favorite people/blogs/pages you can check my Month’s Favorite posts ^_^ Have a nice week. Thank you for your help and support. Thank you for reading. You can find me on Facebook, Tumblr, Google+, Twitter and Instagram, I will try to post there as often as possible. *Don’t forget that maths is everywhere! Enjoy! *

I appreciate the kind words. Although I’m not familiar with the “Very Inspiring Blogger” award, I’m encouraged nonetheless. Keep up the good work!

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It was a 1st for me, too. But I believe it is a nice idea 🙂 Thank you

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Oh, goodness, thanks so kindly for thinking of me. And congratulations to you as well.

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You are welcome ^_^ And Thank You!

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Congratulations Ioana! You’ve put in hard work and your content is always fresh – I’m very much enjoying the recent theme of ‘What Mathematicians should visit’ 🙂

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Thank you very much ^_^

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