‘What I’m Reading’ is a regular feature where I share some of the many blogs that I enjoy reading. There are blogs that make me laugh, those that share the trials, tribulations and joys of parenthood and those that inspire me to be more creative or to be a better photographer.
Suse is a scrapbooker and a Christian and she cleverly combines the two by creating beautiful layouts that celebrate her faith. Although I am an atheist myself I do find the deeper messages in Suse’s layouts quite thought-provoking and her minimalist style is very inspiring. Suse also has a YouTube channel and I have been known to binge-watch her videos in the wee-small hours of the morning.
Written by Amber with occasional posts by her partner Kirsty. Together they have two wonderful twin boys, Balthazar and Lysander, and a furry-girl called Josephine. I was first drawn to Goblin Child because of Amber’s stunning photography but it’s the beautiful, heartfelt writing that keeps me coming back.
As well as raising her lovely son Eddie, Caitlan also sews and knits. I found Caitlan’s blog through the Living Arrows linky and I am so glad I did as she has inspired me to try my hand at sewing again.
Becky is mum to Oliver and her blog is all about the adventures they have together, as well as posts about life as a first time mum. I first found Becky’s blog when she wrote about her experience with premature birth and I’ve been a big fan ever since.
Jocelyn shares my love of all things papery. She runs a very popular link-up called Bring Back Paper and has hosted stationery and book swaps to boot! If that’s not enough Jocelyn has also inspired me to finish my Open University studies and hopefully in 2019 I will be graduating!
Susan writes about living simply and appreciating the little things in life. She shares delicious recipes (her Lemon Zinger Loaf Cake has to be seen to be believed) and writes about her visits to local places of interest. Simple Cozy Living is one of those blogs where you can sit down with a cuppa and just read and read and read and never be bored.
Do you have a favourite blog that you think I might like? Please share the link in the comments (you can share your own link too, I don’t mind!) and I’ll take a look.
You can find more great blogs in my other What I’m Reading posts.