7 Blogs You Should Read In July

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Happy July! I cannot believe we are already into July! How is 2021 going even faster than 2020?

This July I will be focusing on my social media platforms and working on a few secret projects that hopefully will be available to share with you near the end of the Summer. A new month means new goals and a new group of monthly advertisers that you can check out this July. 

These are 7 blogs you should check out this month:

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Sarah is a Yorkshire blogger who enjoys documenting her travels and walking through the Yorkshire Dales. She shares blog posts on mental health, Netflix recommendations, veganism, eco-friendly options and much more besides! Sarah is a supportive blogger, who actively shares others’ content and posts, leaving genuine comments.

I recommend these 3 blogs of hers:

  1. Why I Re-joined Weightwatchers And Finding My Confidence Again
  2. Can You Lose Weight And Still Love Your Body?
  3. AD Moomins On The Riviera With Truffle Shuffle

Until Another Day spelled in pink cursive writing

Kelly is a lifestyle and beauty blogger based in Liverpool. Kelly started her blog to showcase her thoughts on her passion for make-up and beauty. She also shares blog posts on: travel, food and other lifestyle topics. Kelly has been blogging for around 2 – 3 years. It started as a hobby, but developed into more. She is a massive lover of gaming and has just got the keys to her first home.

The 3 blog posts that I recommend you read are:

  1. Glossy Box June 2021 Review
  2. How to Care For Pale Skin In The Sun
  3. How The Midnight Library Changed My Life

It's Just Socks spelt in capital letters in green with a picture of socks.

James is 34 and based in Blackburn. He has a wife and 2 twin boys Joshua and Jacob. Sadly, they lost Jacob shortly after birth. James runs another blog called ‘My Hero Joshua’ where he writes about parenting.

James’ blog called ‘It’s Just Socks’ documents his life as an autistic adult. He was diagnosed at 31. James works as a civil servant and runs his blog on the side. James loves spending time with his family, watching football and other sports.

These are 3 blog posts that I recommend you read:

  1. Why ‘It’s Just Socks’
  2. How I Was Diagnosed
  3. A Possible Source Of My ‘Meltdowns’

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The blog Grumpy Olive is run by a team of 3 sisters who live and work in London. The 3 sisters had been blogging separately and joined forces in August 2020. Simona is the older sister, the boss on paper. Fred is the middle sister and the lady who deals with the blog’s design. Cristina is the baby of the group, but also the actual boss lady in charge of everything and everyone. They are addicted to coffee, food, books and also skincare.

I recommend:

  1. 10 Easy Summer Recipes
  2. Unpopular Opinion Let’s Talk About Cold Brew
  3. Eco-Friendly Period – What To Know With Cherriful

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Kelly is a blogger who I have followed for a while now and she is always so active and supportive in the blogging community. Kelly shares other creators’ content and shares blog posts on: beauty, fashion, lifestyle and much more; there really is something for everyone! Kelly has actually been blogging on and off for 6 years after closing her main blog down. She also runs another blog which is focused solely on history. Kelly is interested in aviation and enjoys taking photographs of planes and loves visiting air shows.

The 3 posts that I recommend you read are:

  1. The Bells Of Burracombe + A Stranger In Burracombe
  2. Morning Routine: Tips For Waking Up Early
  3. How To Date Confidently In A Post – Lockdown World

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Paul is a blogger who is relatively new to me, but is already such a wonderful support of both mine and other bloggers’ content. Paul runs a family history blog which is unique and a really interesting read!

Paul, who lives in Cheshire, is married with two grown up children, having moved from Essex 20 years ago. He started investigating his family history about the same time that he moved. He was trying to learn more about his father, who sadly passed away when he was 3 years old and he hasn’t stopped searching.

I recommend that you read these 3 posts:

  1. How Much Does Your Past Shape Your Future
  2. The Old Palace School WW2 Bombing Part 2
  3. My Family Tree In Numbers

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Shyla is a stay-at-home mum, who in her spare time enjoys crafts and cooking different dishes. She created her blog in 2018 and her only goal was to work from home. She now shares posts of resin crafts, recipes, cri-cut projects and even candles. As Shyla has been blogging for years, she also shares her experience by adding blog tips and even shares freebies and printables that can help you with planning or to improve your blog.

The 3 posts that I recommend you read are:

  1. 7 Summer Inspired Crafting Projects To Try
  2. 18+ Real Ways To Make Money Online From Home
  3. Resin – Every Single Thing You Should Know

Do you know any of these bloggers? Which bloggers do you want to check out? I’d love to hear in the comments.

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55 thoughts on “7 Blogs You Should Read In July

  1. I certainly recognize a number of names in this list but thank you for providing me with others new to me! It’s always great to find new blogs to read! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Great post! I’ve came across The Grumpy Olive a few times and I love their content. Paul’s also sounds really interesting and I’ll have to check it out at some point – I love history! Thanks for sharing x

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  3. Love to be beside great bloggers this month! I have a couple of them that I never read, so I am off to read some new content. Thank you for having us Lauren x


  4. I am delighted to be clicking on so many links reading this one, Lauren! It’s Just Socks especially is new to me and I love the personal side he brings to his writing.
    Thanks for sharing. ❤

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  5. Happy July! This looks like an awesome list of bloggers ( a couple of my regular favs!) I’m excited to check out a couple I haven’t heard of. Thanks for sharing 🙂


  6. A few of them I already knew but a few were new. Nevertheless, I will check all of them and read their newest posts because it’s very important to support each other! I also love to be a part of a blogging community ♥ it’s such a great feeling!

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  7. I know the Grumpy Olive, but not the other bloggers. Thank you for making us discover them. I’m really curious to know more about James’ story and his experience as an autistic adult. This is definitely the first one I would visit. Thank you for sharing.

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  8. Thanks for sharing these. I love finding new great blogs to follow. Already knew a few of these but will definitely check out the others.

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  9. I always enjoy reading these posts. It’s nice to discover new bloggers. I know about half of them so I will have to check out the others! 🙂

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