I’ve been absolutely thrilled with the response to my new advertising packages which I brought back in September and have had the pleasure to share with you a whole bunch of incredible bloggers so far with them! This month, I have 5 more fabulous bloggers for you to discover and follow so let’s get straight to it, come and meet them!
Abigail Talks About
Abigail is a lifestyle blogger that covers a range of topics from relationships, beauty and even a touch of crochet for the crafty and creative among us! Although I’m definitely not crafty myself, I personally loved this heartwarming post Abigail did about Octopus for Preemie, a wonderful charity that donates colourful, soft, crocheted octopuses to hospitals, which help premature babies in their incubators. Abigail has crafted some herself which she donates £2 to the cause for every one sold, so if that’s not a good reason to follow her, I don’t know what is!
Abigail’s blog is super clean and swish and she also has a fantastic Instagram where she documents her crochet, her life and her super bloody cute dog! You can also find Abigail on Twitter, Pinterest, BlogLovin and Tumblr!
The next person in the spotlight today who’s advertising with me this month is Cassandra, from Aspie Girl and More, so please go give her a follow and a view! Cassandra’s blog is a very real, honest and personal account of her life and finding out she has Asperger’s, as well as talking about various other life events such as marriages, her parents getting divorced, abuse, depression and more. I think Cassandra is really brave for being so honest and putting her life on the internet, so she definitely deserved your follow today!
Cassandra is also a very keen and very talented poet! You can read lots of her poems here and also find out more about the t-shirts she makes with her poetry printed on them which are available on Amazon! You can also find Cassandra on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram!
No Light Without Darkness
Zoe’s blog No Light Without Darkness is jam packed full of self-care, mental health and lifestyle posts. She talks about setting realistic goals for yourself (which I’ve been doing all year and found it so beneficial!), how Yoga can combat stress (which again, if you know me, you know that I’m an avid Yogi and firmly believe in using Yoga to deal with stress) and how having a creative outlet can help mental health. I can get on board with almost everything Zoe says and we have quite a lot in common! She talks a lot of sense, so I’d definitely recommend checking out her blog!
You can find Zoe on Twitter (where she currently looks like Coraline in her profile picture – one of my favourite films! Seriously Zoe, are we the same person?)
Booking Good Read
Next up is someone I’ve been following for a while now and I would definitely recommend giving her a follow, especially if you like books! Emma from Booking Good Read shares plenty of amazing book reviews that you’ll be sure to pick up a recommendation or two but the unique thing about her blog, which I don’t see on many others is her posts about True Crime. And if you’re a True Crime lover like me, Emma’s blog is the place to go with so many interesting and disturbing cases such as Joanna Dennehy, Peter Tobin and Michael Peterson. Don’t let her sparkly banner fool you!
Emma has her fair share of lifestyle posts as well but if you’re after something a bit different, like disturbing crime cases and enjoy books then Booking Good Read is the one for you! You can also find Emma on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook!
You might have noticed that this month, I have 5 advertisers instead of 4 because when Michelle from Simply Michelle asked to advertise with me, I couldn’t say no. Michelle’s blog is one that I’ve come to know through taking part in comment swaps on Twitter and I’m bloody glad I did because I just adore every post she writes! As a lifestyle blog, you’ll find posts about beauty, monthly favourites, personal posts and more!
Every post on Michelle’s blog is something different, it’s like a jolly pick’n’mix of topics. One of her most recent posts about suffering from heavy periods was brilliant because she opened up about her story and helped spread awareness. I also enjoyed her posts about finding your purpose and her faith journey. You can find Michelle on Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram!
I hope you love my advertisers this month, I know I do! Please go and give them a follow and a read and show some love!
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