I read a lot of blog posts each month from other bloggers and I read so many that I absolutely love. I thought I would start sharing with you each month five of the best in my opinion, that I’ve read recently.
In no particular order, here are my five favourite posts that I’ve read recently.
First is the post Blogging Reminded Me That Good People Still Exist from Chloe at The Adventures of An Allergy Mummy. This post really made me smile. The blogging community is pretty amazing, there is so much support between a lot of bloggers. I won’t pretend that everyone is as supportive, but on the whole bloggers look out for each other. Blogging friends who just ‘get’ you are really an amazing thing.
Number two is a post from Laura over at Dear Bear and Beany. Laura is such a lovely person and was my train buddy for Britmums last year and her post Living With Post Natal Depression Behind Closed Doors is one of my favourite posts from recent weeks, because of how brave she was to write it. It takes a lot to admit you need help.
Number three is from Rachael Jess and is a fantastic DIY project a Hulk Avenger Bedside Table. Such a simple, but clever and effective idea. Pop over for a look, as it really is good. I love reading home and DIY posts.
Number four comes from the very lovely Rachel over at Mummy in Training. It was her post What World Book Day Means To Me and it really made me smile to actually read something positive about World Book Day.
There were so many moans on social media about spending a fortune on a costume etc … honestly most children are happy with a quickly thrown together costume and the whole idea of the day is about instilling and embracing a love of reading. To me that’s got to be a good thing.
Number five – last but not least at all is a post from Amy over at Amy Treasure. This post is an older one of here, but one I’ve only recently read and absolutely loved. The 16 do’s and don’ts of blogging – I was nodding my way through as I read this, especially at the don’t compare yourself to others bit.
I see so many bloggers feeling bad on social media as they’re comparing their blog or level of work they get etc with other bloggers. Your blog is your space, jealousy is one of the most damaging emotions and you’ll only make yourself feel bad. If someone else is doing well, be happy for them and hope that your time will come in time with hard work.
I’m liking my new monthly post and I’m really looking forward to reading a lot more blog posts and finding some favourites for next time.
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