Back with another month of Blogs I Follow! I feel that this month’s blogs are absolutely wonderful; I’ve started following some of them more recently than others, but I’m already checking them daily for a new post. I do enjoy writing for my blog, but reading other blogs is what I’m here for. I hope that you spend a few moments enjoying these talented bloggers!
Every time I find another adult ballet blog, my inner smile gets a little bit bigger! I love that Emilee is entirely honest about her ballet practice; sometimes you skip a class, and it’s not the end of the world. More than anything, I just have fun reading this! And fun and enjoyment are what ballet is about, isn’t it? If nothing else, definitely stop by for the pictures of her gorgeous costumes!! Favourite Posts? Update and Nutcracker Program Pictures and World Ballet Day!
While I am not a huge fan of lifestyle blogs doing a ton of gift guides- I don’t need a gift guide for the third Tuesday in August because there happens to be a Loft sale, yo- Christmas is the time of year that we need gift guides! I love that this is Canadian specific, because so many gift guides feature American stores that charge $20+ USD in shipping alone, not including duties, making that “gift under $20” really more of “gift close to $40”. Definitely a resource for us up north! Favourite Posts? 2016 Advent Calendar Guide and A Real Gold Glitter!
Although I still don’t really decorate my planner (at all, haha), I do enjoy looking at them! She has some wonderful spreads that are gorgeous for us spectators. She also has a ton of posts with book and film reviews, and general lifestyle topics as well. For those who like to stay organised, you will love her “Getting Things Done and Productivity” section! Favourite Posts? Book Review: Hogwarts An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide and Creative Journalling in my Travelers Notebook!
I was incredibly excited when I discovered Liberosis Online- a fellow alumna of Alpha Gamma Delta has a blog for millenials?? Yes, please! I’ve said it a million times, but we need more blogs for young professionals- there seems to be hundreds of full-time bloggers that can be difficult to relate to, but few like Drew that work regular hours and still lead a fairly happening life in the evening. Drew has fantastic advice and tips for anyone starting out in adulthood! Favourite Posts? Five Ways Sorority Life Prepared Me for Adulthood and Why I Quit Stitch Fix!
This is a relatively young blog, but Kate has the perfect mix of books, tv, movies, and I’m quite excited to follow along and read more of her posts. Favourite Posts? Eligible vs. Pride and Prejudice and ‘The Crown’ is Majestic!
What blogs have you been following as of late?