4 bloggers whose content I've been loving this month
I *think* it's been a couple of months since I've done one of these. But, I'm back. I love how passionate they make me feel about reading other blogs, and that you guys can go away and find some fab new bloggers to read and interact with.
First up is Ellis from Ellis Woolley. I'm honestly surprised I haven't mentioned this girl yet in one of these because I LOVE catching up on her blog. I can't resist her Etsy shop Pastel Elixir either. Ellis' cute, fun illustrations make her way from her blog to the shop and I may or may not have just placed my first Christmassy order with her this weekend. I'm absolutely living for her new series on other Etsy illustrators to order from this Christmas too because I really want to buy more from indie shops this year.
Next we have Claudia aka Claudia Wright. I've only recently started catching up with this girl's blog and I'm SO glad I have. Her post all about why quitting her job was good for her is full on inspirational. It puts into words how I've felt in the past when I've quit jobs, but ten times better than I could have ever written it.
On the flip side, we have Erin from Make Erin Over, who I've followed for just about forever. Her twitter rarely fails to make me smile, and she's always making me want to buy 39485 beauty products. This month, however, it was her post on turning 27 that really wowed me. It was the inspiration I needed on a bit of a dreary Sunday afternoon, and made me really want to pull my socks up and sort out my life. Those are the best kinda posts.
And finally we have Rebecca aka From Roses, another girl I haven't been following for too long, but have become obsessed with hella quickly. She's always offering advice and tidbits about self-care which is exactly what I need at this time of year. Her post defending being a lone wolf was the perfect reminder for me that it's okay to be alone, and to be happy when you're on your own. So often it's seen as boring, or pathetic if you don't want to go out on a Saturday night with a zillion pals. On a weekend when I was staying in, I was so happy to receive that reminder that it's totally okay to do so.