7 Blogs You Should Read This May

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AD. We are now officially in Spring and I am probably not the only one who is looking forward to some warmer weather as well as seeing more colours in nature.

For May I am working on improving my DA score and completing my mental health awareness course. As we are into a new month it also brings a new selection of advertisers to share with you. I have a great selection of blogs to share with you.

Check out these awesome 7 bloggers and show them some support:

A yellow circle with sunshine Sarah written over the circle in black lettering

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’d recommend reading these blog posts:

  1. How To Make The Most Of The Blossom Season
  2. 8 Great Things That Are Coming In Spring
  3. 5 Ways To Bring Spring Into Your Home

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Joey is a blogger based in the UK. He started his blog a few years ago after the hardest chapter of his life which included losing his grandmother.

Concealed Voices can be more than a blog. It can be a movement to force change in society. A way of life to give hope to men who are deprived of happiness as well as help to create a community to educate, inspire and motivate men across the world.

I’d recommend reading these blog posts:

  1. Don’t Be A Deadbeat Dad
  2. How To Heal A Broken Heart
  3. 3 Reasons Why Men Should Blog

Goal of happiness written in cursive writing with a pink stroke of paint behind the writing

Charlotte founded Goal Of Happiness after she changed her own life. She suffered with her mental health and with positive changes has changed how she lives with her mental health. She is now is helping others help themselves with her blog to change their life and mindset.

Charlotte is a trained chef as well as and at home body shop consultant. She loves everything to do with fitness. Charlotte is currently training for a half marathon.

I’d recommend reading these blog posts:

  1. Interesting Book For Personal Development
  2. Spring Self Care Tips For The New Season

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Soffy is a blogger from London. She works for the NHS, but also has a Masters in Law. If that isn’t enough, she also runs a small business called Zeenandme, where she sends different themed letterbox children’s book boxes with treats for the parents too.

I’d recommend reading these blog posts:

  1. Why And How I Went Self Hosted With Lyrical Host
  2. Reading Roundup: March Edition

This brilliant day is in capital letters with a picture of the sun at the start and a stem with 2 leaves at the end. Underneath in capital letters it says lifestyle and personal development blog.

Sophie is a lifestyle and personal development blogger who is lives in the UK. She started her blog This Brilliant Day in September 2018 as a way to share her ideas with the world, sharing things that she has learned and experienced in the hope that they will be helpful to others. The blog posts are on: sustainable living, positivity, book reviews and much more. There really is something for everyone! Sophie is often supporting other creators’ content with sharing their posts and making genuine comments.

I recommend you read these blog posts:

  1. My Spring Bedroom Glow Up With Poster Store
  2. How To Adapt Your Skincare Routine For Travel
  3. 10 Quick And Easy Things You Can Do Right Now To Reduce Procrastination

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Giulia is a 40-something lifestyle blogger, who is based in Canada and runs the blog ‘Tidbits of Care’. She started the blog through her desire to live a more authentic life, grow as a person and create the right balance in life.

She wants her blog to inspire others who may not know how to practise self-care and to let those suffering from anxiety know that they are not alone. Giulia is a lover of animals and enjoys reading and crochet.

Here are some blog posts to check out: 

  1. 6 Ideas To Uplift You This Spring
  2. Fabulous Self Care Tips For Days That Suck
  3. 7 Easy Tips For Starting A Journal To Support Your Mental Health

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From the creators of Chalk and Cheese Travels, now brings your Travel Through Ireland. With their new found love of travel in Ireland, Richard and Michelle decided to share their knowledge and Irish content on its own blog. They are bringing a county by county guide on the best sights, trips, tips and much more. They are sharing more informational based content, make sure check out Chalk and Cheese Travels for more personalised experiences. 

I recommend you check out these posts:

  1. Glencar Waterfall Leitrim
  2. Lough Rynn Castle
  3. Diamond Hill Walk Connemara 

Do you follow any of these bloggers? I’d love to hear in the comments.

86 thoughts on “7 Blogs You Should Read This May

  1. Nice list! I know only one of the mentioned bloggers – Chalk and Cheese Travel, but after reading your reviews will check out others too!

  2. Ooh you’ve got some amazing bloggers here! I love both Goals Of Happiness and A Little Cup Of Us although I hadn’t heard of This Brilliant Day – I’ll have to check Sophie’s blog out! Thank you so much for sharing, and good luck with improving your DA and your mental health course x

  3. Oh wow, there’s actually lots of bloggers here I’ve never heard of before! What an interesting selection!

    Corinne x

  4. Thank you for sharing these bloggers. I’m following some and look forward to connecting with the new ones. It’s always nice to meet others in the writing community. ☺️

    Pastor Natalie (ExamineThisMoment)

  5. This is a great mix of blogs. Can’t wait to check out what everyone is doing this month

  6. Awesome list! Some of these are new to me so I am excited to read them! Thanks for sharing these blogs 🙂

  7. These lists sounds like some interesting blog posts. Will retweet to read some of them later. Particularly interesting in “Why Men Should blog”. Seems like there are not many male bloggers, let alone African American Male Bloggers. Hope you get to feature some us in a furture blog highlight. 😃

  8. Very happy we are into Spring at long last, even if we’re currently experiencing a cold snap 🙁 Also very happy to see some familiar bloggers here, Lauren, as well as a couple of new blogs. I’ll look forward to reading some great articles this month then! x

  9. Oh so many great bloggers here. I don’t know most of them so I will have to check them out. Thanks so much for sharing!

  10. I love how the Concealed Voices reminds me of one of the GTA games, I wonder if that’s intentional. I recently came across Chalk and Cheese Travels blog, so I can recommend them as I’m find their work well written

  11. A great list of new bloggers for me which I definitely need to check out, plus a couple of ones I already follow. Thank you for sharing! x

  12. What a great lineup of bloggers! I see some of my favourites in the list, love Sarah’s content and Joeys. Going to have a read through some of the posts shared from others here. Have a great May x

  13. Some amazing bloggers in this post. There are a few that I would love to check out. Thank you for sharing and including me on this post.

  14. I like the sound of Joey’s blog. I think it’s so important for men to get communities going where usually it’s women who do this more easily

  15. Loving this monthly round-up of varied and talented bloggers! These posts always have me catching up with writers I have fallen a bit behind on. 🙂

  16. Such a great selection of bloggers you’ve shared today, all of which I’ll be checking out and following! I always appreciate posts like this as I’m always looking for new blogs to read! Thank you so much for sharing with us lovely Xo

    Elle – ellegracedeveson.com

      1. Oh no! Thank you so much for reading, and glad it was helpful. I’ve just had a look, and I think the issue is I’ve currently got ads on, so the comments section is somewhat hidden? I had to scroll a little to find the comments unfortunately. Let me know either way x

  17. I’ve not heard of these bloggers before so I will be having a read – thanks for sharing! Nice to hear there’s a fellow Yorkshire person on there 😊

  18. This is a fantastic group of bloggers & I’m familiar with most of them, but I didn’t know Michelle & Richard made a new blog so I’ll have to check it out!

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