Being part of the blog world makes me a little excited… there are so many other fantastic blogs out there too it is rather overwhelming. My regular readers will know that I have already done a couple of posts on my favourite blogs which can be found here: Part 1 & Part 2. Today I bring you four more of my fav’s, so grab a cup of tea or a glass of red and enjoy.
If you have a blog or want to start one I would jump on this site NOW! Darren Rowse has been blogging since 2002 and turned his passion into a fully fledged business. His site is full of blogging tips and tricks, ideas, case studies and all the information you need about blogging. His articles and guest posts are always of interest and as a new blogger myself it is a great little community to interact with other bloggers and hear of their stories.
I’m not sure how I got onto this blog but I did a few months ago and I LOVE it. Written by Melbourne girl, Mez she writes almost daily on pretty much anything and everything that is going on in her life. We are treated to a range of her daily outfits, what her and ‘The Husband’ get up to, where she goes and what she does. It is always a pleasure to read.
Today’s Note to self
This gorgeous blog is by my equally gorgeous meditation teacher, Geraldine. Geraldine receives spiritual messages from nature and they are always spot on and resonate so well. I love looking at the new ones and seeing where they might apply in my own life. Nature is all around us and it is really our duty to embrace it and allow it to assist us grow and develop to be our best possible selves!
Lose the Chalk
Personally the thought of teaching primary school kids scares the beejezus out of me however this blog is pretty cool, very inspirational and if I didn’t have to worry about the whole ‘teaching’ thing I would be doing it for sure. My cousin, Sally is currently teaching in the UK and updates her blog with ways in which to inspire learning in the classroom for both the students and teachers. I am so impressed by the cool stuff that happens, I wish we had teachers like this back in the day. Many of the ideas could theoretically be applied to your home too… worth checking out!
Do you blog or know a goodie? Pop it in the comments so I can check it out!