If I don’t have my head in a good book then I have my head in a whole host of different blogs. I love reading about other peoples experiences, tips on life and creativity.
Here are a few of my favorite blogs :-
aperture64 – Looks at the world of photography different angles and teaches you how to take the best photo’s you can.
My Zero Waste – A blog about how one family reduced waste and pollution to our environment since 2004. Using simple ideas and available resources.
My Make Do And Mend Year – Jen spent a whole year buying nothing and making do with what she had, while blogging about her whole experience.
Eco Thrifty Living – Zoe and her family are on a journey to be eco friendly and she blogs about their journey including their ups and downs.
Ridge Way Cottage – Ridge Way Cottage is about all the fun things the family get up too from growing vegetables in their garden too knitting.
EcoGrrl – Aimee Fahey writes in a fun and informative way about wellness and living the Eco way.
Westy Writes – Gave up shopping in supermarkets for lent and this fun packed blog follows their journey.
A Beautiful mess – A beautiful mess is all about creating a beautiful life were Elsie & Emma believe that the best things in life are homemade.
decor8 – Decor8 is Holly Becker gives a honest opinion on fresh decorating ideas, interior spaces, art and design.
bleubirdvintage – Is a little heaven about James Kicinski-Mccoy, who is bringing up her small family on seventy’s love and thrift store, reading, dancing to old records.
Ingthings – Ingids’s Blog is full of brightly colored loveless. She loves all things small, used, handmade, good and ugly.
yvestown – Is about the lovely journey Yvonne Eijkenduijn as she creates her home from a old gentleman’s house from 1896 to a to an old ladies home replacing a lot of brown with pink and white.
One Sheepish Girl – Meredith is a yarn loving blogger who blogs about her adventures in knitting and crochet
Dexterous Diva – Jo Gifford is a designer, blogger and hyper creative geek who shares all her knowledge on design and blogging on her blog.
The Eco Friendly Family – Amanda talks about getting fit, composting, cloth diapers, safe products,and tips on reducing chemical exposure and her family life.