My favourite reads from All About You
This week I was lucky enough to be the co-host for one of my favourite link ups – All About You – with Zaz from Mama and More and Hannah from Mums Days. I’ve loved reading through the posts, finding new fantastic blogs to follow and catching up with some old bloggy friends. It’s reminded me that I really need to carve out more time in my schedule to read other blogs. I don’t know how I’m going to manage it but I’m going to try!
There were so many lovely posts that I wanted to share just a small selection of my favourite reads with you – some are serious, some made me laugh out loud and there’s also some really interesting perspectives! Read on and enjoy…
Firstly Zaz wrote this very important post about Domestic Violence which everyone should read. I commented that it’s wonderful that we can use our blogs to raise awareness of these issues and I’m very thankful for that.
Mirka over at Fitness4Mamas got me in the running mood with her post about buggy running – just as well as I did a cheeky 10k yesterday! And Mummyshire is trying hard not to be middle-aged just don’t ask her how old she is…
Please send all your well wishes to Infinity and IVF who is going through this at the moment in her journey to motherhood, a post that brought back so many memories of our own infertility journey. (Which you can read about here.)
Do you know the lovely Tinuke over at Circus Mums? She has a fab new blog and shared one of the posts here. I’m always in awe of people that have more than one blog and I know this one of hers is going to be brilliant! Talking of brilliant, the lovely Katie over at Pouting in Heels always makes me feel like I can take on the world and this post about getting ready in the morning is fab (and you MUST read her 35 rules for women too!)
I love posts that make me think. Over at Do It Anyway Alex wonders How much external content is too much? (you may recognise him from his other blog Daddacool) and it’s a subject that’s close to my heart as I publish sponsored content here from time to time. I’d love to know what you think.
Our Seaside Baby is also feeling thoughtful with a . I blogged anonymously for a long time while I was recovering from Post Natal Depression. ‘Coming out’ was one of the best decisions I’ve made in my blogging life but it’s not for everyone.
It’s always nice to end with a laugh isn’t it? This week Wry Mummy made me chuckle with this while Yellow Belly Mummy’s post about birthday’s before children was both funny and so true!
The All About You link up is on every Tuesday so do try and stop by, join in and enjoy some fabulous reads!