I been a blogger off and on now for about ten years. I have reincarnated myself as many times a Madonna have reinvented herself. One thing is constant and that’s writing. I come to the realization that blogging is nothing more than having a conversation with yourself and hoping others join in. Sometimes it’s very difficult to come up with content that holds the reader attention. It takes skills, but in the end if you have your topic or idea of what to write everything kinda just fall into place.
There are different kinds of genre for example music blogs, TV blogs, fashion blogs and lifestyle. One lifestyle blog I found to be of joy is Life of A Glasgow Girl. Her blogs are informational, showcasing life and events in and around Glasgow Scotland. Her blogs are fresh and fun to read it makes you want to go to Glasgow AND she’s very accessible if you like to contact her. I can’t have this featured list without The Boozy Housewife. Don’t let the name scare you she’s the cocktail fashionista. I can’t say enough good things about Kat. Her blogs are so fun, vibrant, high energy and full of life. She gives a tasty spin on cocktails and she can make a mean martini. You will get a blast reading her blogs. I recommend following her on social media.
Another blog I truly enjoy reading is Pips Tips. It’s so raw and full of emotion real, traits I happen to enjoy when reading. Pip is a true artist, she showcasing such beautiful intriguing pieces. Pips Tips section is fun and educational and I love her “Ouch” section giving delightfully funny take on things in general or at random. If you are an artist I highly recommend her blog. Pamela is the mother behind Help Momma Sparkle! Her story is one of pure inspiration. Her presentation of each blog beautifully written. She manage to convey a feeling of softness, while making a point and that’s not only hard to do but that is mad skills. She truly captured what blogging is all about as seen in her blog “Gifts That Sparkles”.
It helps to have a community of bloggers/writers that understand what it takes and is willing to lend a hand. I saved the best for last. I can’t complete this list without mentioning a person who has become more of a mentor, helping and advising me on my blogs Craig Jackson Hoffman creator of Grey Grizzled, And Gaijin. Craig blogs are innovating, intriguing and interesting. You can’t just read one and move on, with his blogs you crave more. Craig gives a positive creative take on life in Japan which in itself is wonderful written you get a good sense of what life is like there. His blogs are brilliantly put together leaving you wanting more. I hope you’ll join me in celebrating these wonderful creators of words and support the great work they provide using the #Bloggers. If you enjoy their work as much as I do please go on social media and send them a shot out. Feedback is cruical for bloggers if you decide to leave a comment, please be respectful. I hope you are inspired to create.
Remember to be Kind, be Creative and Drink Responsibly.