Do you love blogs? I do! It kind of goes with the territory of being a blogger…
It’s time to spread the love and share some blogs I love! If you haven’t read the first list of blogs I love, you can check it out here.
Now onto the blogs!
Kayleigh writes about the arts and living life as an artist. While she’s a big fan of opera and classical music, which aren’t my first choice of entertainment, her blog posts transcend those genres to include all artists in the conversation. She talks about how art makes life better, how to incorporate creativity into your workday, and less art-related topics like personal branding and mindset. Check her out here.
I’m a pretty new reader to this blog, but Daisybutter is a lifestyle blog all about enjoying the little things in life (yup, that speaks to me!). If you want a feel good blog by an excellent writer, check out this one!
Steph is all about being a badass b**** and owning your life! I read her blog posts for a sassy motivational speech that will make me smile and light a fire underneath me. Her posts generally have to do with business, goal-setting, and her own journey towards running her own copywriting business. You can check it out here.
You may have seen me mention the Unravel Your Year workbooks that I like to do each December. Those awesome workbooks come from the mind of Susannah whose blog is simply a place of gentleness, safety, and self-exploration. You might call it a lifestyle blog, but the emphasis is on happy living. Check it out here.
A repeat from last year’s list, From Roses is a lifestyle blog that touches on health and beauty, self-growth, and happiness. Throw in a couple cute whippets and you’ve got a dainty blog that will put a smile on your face. Check out the blog here.
Helene in Between
Another repeat, but with good reason. Helene’s is the first blog that I regularly started reading (that must be four or five years ago!) and I keep coming back. Hers is a travel blog and an educational hub on blogging and Instagram. Helene’s travel posts are great for taking you straight into the location and she provides so much detail on where she stays, eats, and what she does. Check it out here.
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People might argue blogging is dead, but I think it’s just changed. Lots more bloggers have businesses beyond affiliate marketing like selling their own products and courses, or being a consultant or freelancer. But I love reading their stories and learning from them.
What blogs have you been reading these days?