Today I get to champion my favourite bloggers and show where I get my inspiration from. They range from big names in the industry to small bloggers, just getting started like me. Here they are:
This one should come as no surprise. When I first started looking into Bullet Journals, one name that cropped up time and time again was Boho Berry. I’ve been following her for about 2 years now, not only on the blog but on YouTube and all other Social Media.
Here’s a link to Boho Berry’s YouTube channel for all her latest videos.
As I’ve mentioned before, it’s not just her bullet journal that’s inspired me. I aim to have a career just like hers in the coming years.
Holly is another small blogger/You Tuber that has grown rapidly over the past couple of years. I’m not hugely into beauty usually, but her down-to-earth approach and relatability make her blog and video content so much fun to view. That majority of her blog posts are accompanied by a video on her YouTube channel, so I’d recommend you check that out too.
She also has a second channel dedicated to vlogging her life, so if you’re like me and are nosey about what goes on behind the scenes in the lives of your favourite bloggers/YouTubers, you should check that out too.
I only recently discovered Jenny’s blog and I’m glad I did. Not only is her blog brilliant and full of all the things I love to read, but after messaging her directly with some questions I had, she’s been really helpful.
Amber and I ‘met’ in the Boho Berry tribe Facebook group. I’d posted a link to the second challenge post I’d written and she commented saying she was going to start the exact same list of prompts. I love reading someone else’s take on the same prompts I’m doing, it really helps to get to know someone. Learning how much you can have in common with someone on the other side of the world is one of the best things about blogging and social media in general.
Another recent discovery of mine. Misha still has a small following, but her blog looks so professional. Everything I’d like my blog to look like once I finish this challenge and get on a proper schedule. It’s always good to find other bloggers from the UK too. A lot of the things she references in her blogs or reviews, I can relate to – even though I’m a little bit older than her.
Who are your favourite bloggers? What kind of blogs do you normally read? Let me know in the comments so I can go and check them out myself. Let’s grow the small blogger community! Speaking of which, don’t forget to leave a like if you enjoyed this post, and you can follow me either here on WordPress or Follow my blog with Bloglovin.
Catch up on the challenge from day 1 here
Find me on Social Media