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We are now fully into Autumn and I love it, I have been loving wearing cosy jumpers and enjoying the cosy good vibes.
I actually cannot believe we are in October in 2022. This year has flown past, I cannot believe that is so close to Christmas and New Years. For the last quarter of this year I am going to focus on my University application, getting the content planned for the rest of the year and enjoying time with my loved ones.
As always a new month brings a new set of monthly advertisers. I am excited to be sharing some new bloggers as well as some returning favourites. Check them out and show them some support.
Here are my 7 October advertisers to support:
Heidi (Lulu) has been blogging since July 2018. She is married and has 3 children. Heidi is a first grade teacher in Spokane, Washington – which is her hometown. Her hobbies include cake decorating, baking, spending time with family and of course writing!
Heidi shares a variety of recipes on her blog and enjoys trying our recipes that were handed down from her grandmother and grandfather. There are many delicious recipes on her blog for you to try!
Here are three blog posts you should read:
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.
Click and read these 3 blog posts you should read:
Soffy is a blogger from London. She works for the NHS, but also has a Masters in Law. Soffy is still in search for the right career for herself, she would love a career that has an aspect of both as she is super passionate about both. Soffy also runs a small business called Zeenandme, where she sends different themed letterbox children’s book boxes with treats for the parents too.
Soffy’s lifestyle and family blog shares posts on her journey from baby loss to motherhood as well as unexpected adventures.
Check out these 3 blog posts:
Jordanne is a Scottish girl and runs a lifestyle blog. She writes about everyday life, blogging, beauty, mental health and self care.
Jordanne loves a good true crime documentary and taking photographs. Not only is she a mum and a successful blogger, she also has a small business where she creates helpful and effective digital and printable products. If you have seen my Instagram highlight covers and love them, then check out Jordanne’s products. I love them!
Read these three blog posts:
- 8 Simple ways to create a cosy home for Autumn
- Why you need a go to self-care plan and how to create one
- 10 Free ways to boost your blog traffic today
Jamie is a teacher and loves reading and writing. Jamie has been hugely successful in self-publishing his short stories, he has released a novella and created a lifestyle blog. His blog shares posts on book reviews, travel and much more.
His new YA book comes out on 30th September ‘Being Watched’, how awesome is that achievement! Make sure you check the book out!
Discover these 3 blog posts of Jamie’s:
Jeannie is a twenty-something lifestyle blogger and creator from Lephalale, South Africa. She has her website Elements of Beauty. Jeannie is a big football fan and when she isn’t in working on the blog, she is in the studio making music.
Jeannie has always had a passion for writing even when it came to writing essays in High School. She has now graduated in Journalism and Media Studies, she has also worked as a radio co-host, a writer and a liaison officer. How amazing is that! Her blog has posts on wellness, beauty, everyday topics and even personal stories.
Read these 3 blog posts:
Ronalds Busulwa is a mental health practitioner, therapist and mental health lecturer. Ronalds worked in the NHS for years before moving into Higher Education.
Ronalds is the founder of the Black Students Mental Health blog. All the blog posts are full of informed clinical experience and working with University students. The blog offers mental health self help support with tips, helplines, leaflets, advice, signposting and much more.
These are some posts you should give a read:
- 15 Unusual ways to boost your mental health
- How to cope with loneliness at University
- SUICIDE: Myths & Signs of suicide and how to get help
Do you follow any of these bloggers? Have you discovered a new blogger? I’d love to hear in the comments.
This is the first web directory that is run by a blogger for bloggers. Submit you blog, find like-minded bloggers to connect or collaborate with. So be sure to check it out!