Today I’m sharing a few of my favourite places in the blogosphere. I might make this a monthly post, where I share some of the places that have inspired me lately. I hope you enjoy these sites as much as I do.
Don’t you just love it when a blog you follow shares a link for somewhere else? You click your way over there, have a bit of a look around and before you know it you’ve clicked on another link. Meandering through the blogosphere from place to place and then, suddenly, you land somewhere truly wonderful. Somewhere that makes you want to stay, not click away. That’s how I found Julia’s Bookbag. I challenge you to read any post from this loveliest of lovely sites and not have a smile on your face by the time you finish reading. Julia’s Bookbag is written by Melissa, (Julia is her adorable daughter). Melissa’s passion for books is what motivated her to create Julia’s Bookbag, but you’ll find so much more than books there. It’s one of those places where you feel like you’ve just poured a cup of tea and you’re having a chat in the kitchen with a lovely lovely friend.
I’ve been following Tea For Monkeys for a couple of months now and it makes me smile whenever I see a new post in my inbox. Written by Davina, (seriously one of the loveliest ladies you will meet in blog-land), Tea For Monkeys features stunning photographs, fun kid’s art and craft projects, learning adventures, gluten-free recipes and the general craziness of family life! I pretty much pin every single post onto my Pinterest boards.
The lovely Andie from Crayon Freckles is definitely a blogger with a conscience. Just check out this post. Andie home-preschools her sweet son Bear and shares the greatest ideas for fun and educational activities. If you’re looking for ways to make learning fun, this is the place for you.
I’ve shared Gina’s blog, famiglia&seoul, with you before and I’m sure this won’t be the last time I send you her way. Gina writes her blog as a letter to her son. She has set her family a 365 day outdoor challenge where she aims to spend at least 15 minutes outside, every single day for an entire year, no matter what the weather. You’ll find plenty of inspiration for simple ways to play and learn, as well as ideas for making meaningful family connections.