My blogging taste changes so dramatically over time I struggle to keep up. I follow a huge number of blogs on Bloglovin, to the point I’ve had emails accusing me of doing so only to gain followers. It can be difficult getting through unread posts – to the point I’m half dreading Italy as the thought of coming up to unreads in the thousands scares me.
I thought I’d write a quick list of some posts I’ve loved recently. All pics have been taken from the posts of being discussed – so jealous of these girls’ photography skills!
Knowing that I’ll soon be living in Wandsworth (with Clapham not far away) I’ve become pretty obsessed with finding places to visit. Whilst I’m not sure whether it will be a little out of budget, I loved Claire’s review of Jimmy’s Secret Garden. The food looks so fresh and imaginative! In a similar vein Lauren’s date night has got me really excited. This is definitely a place that should come in on budget and looks amazing!
Onto recipes now! I’ve been a big fan of this blog since I first heard about it through W, and this Cheesy Bacon bread has been on my ‘to-make’ list since Lottie posted it. It looks fabulous for a brunch! Continuing on the carby-cheesy theme and Cathryn’s Ciabatta sandwiches are making me hungry! So nice to see a sandwich like this not containing tomato…
Trying to save money whilst being an avid reader of beauty blogs can be a bit difficult. I do love lusting over high-end bits, mainly because the shopping experience is SO much easier. Having a post like Georgie’s mini reviews of new releases from the drugstore is a godsend – it makes it far easier to see what is actually worth looking at.
More high-end (though still with a reasonable price tag), Kat’s reviews make her a serious enabler. I’m trying desperately to ignore this nude eyeshadow palette.
I’ve developed a thing for interiors recently (I can’t wait until me and W have our own place for more than a few months – I’ve had to resist the urge to buy things for our summer flat!). One person who is definitely NOT helping me save my pennies is Kate. She’s lived in her place for a year now and renovated it beautifully. Her style matches mine almost exactly and I LOVE it. Jealous!
Something completely different, but I’ve been loving reading this ‘mummy’ blog. From the blogger of A Model Recommends it has to be one of the most honest and amusing accounts of pregnancy I’ve come across. As I type this she is still pregnant, but due any day now. I’ve bookmarked most posts for the distant future!
I came across Josie’s blog when I saw a link to her post about Sinus Surgery. She’s had a similar operation to me (though this amazing girlie has CF so was more high-risk) and she recovered amazingly well. I found the surgery and recovery extremely difficult and painful so hats off to her. I had to say she looked far more attractive than I did following the operation too!
I’ve gotten a lot more into fashion recently, and I’ve fallen in love with Alix’s style – I’d love to have the confidence to pull off this outfit! Katie’s absolutely gorgeous dress has made me want to attempt midi lengths again, doesn’t it suit her down to the ground?!
I’m not typically a huge fan of blogging advice posts – I prefer ones that talk about how a person blogs, rather than ‘what to do.’ Having said that I LOVE reading photography tips and Rebecca’s equipment post was a great read. I really need to get myself a remote and tripod when I move back to university in September! Corrie’s post was brilliant for some much needed motivation recently, so much so that it’s bookmarked on Chrome. And Jenny’s post (though I miss her beauty reviews – she had almost the exact same skin tone as me so I could rely on her recommendations!) on stock photography has been invaluable.
Who are your favourite bloggers? What kind of posts would you like to see more of on here?