BLOG POSTS THAT ARE A MUST READ – OCTOBER EDITION

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There are so many lovely posts that are written by bloggers that sometimes slip under the radar, not given as much appreciation as they deserve. With this post and hopefully future monthly blog posts to read editions I hope to help that, I hope to show some recognition to bloggers that are acing it at the moment. To start with here are four blog posts that I could recommend enough from this month:

Beth Sandland – “13 Ways To Make Living With SAD Easier This Autumn”

In this post Beth briefly touches on what ‘SAD’ (Seasonal Affective Disorder) is and how it affects her, I found everything that she said relate-able from the start. I guess it’s because I also struggle with low moods in the Winter months, therefore just reading that someone else feels this way made me feel that little bit less alone, lame I know but I’m being truthful here. Beth then goes on to talk about ways she copes with ‘SAD’, I found it really interesting as some of the idea’s I’d never heard of before such as using a Lightbox (something I”m now looking into getting myself).

Call Me Amy‘I’m Not Bossing Life And That’s Okay’

I saw Amy tweet about this post on Twitter and I was straight away drawn to it, I couldn’t of agreed more with everything said. One point Amy made which I believe is a great summary was ‘the question to ask is not am I bossing life but am I enjoying life?’, if you think about it what’s the point of trying to ‘boss’ everything if it’s making you unhappy, you can’t be winning then. It’s such a fascinating read as Amy has some real insightful opinions on the topic, worth a read!

Nicole (A Beautiful Chaos)Making Sense Of Anti-Depressants

Nicole’s blog is filled with lots of posts surrounding the topic of mental health, if that’s something you’re struggling with I’m sure she’ll have a post that’ll help you out.This specific post was a big help to me as I was trying to do exactly what’s stated in the title ‘make sense on the Anti-Depressants’ I was put on. The post is extremely informative, it answers many questions from ‘what are Anti-Depressants’ to ‘how to they work?”what are the withdrawal symptoms’ and many more. After getting to the end of this post I felt slightly more at ease in my mind about myself, basically Nicole is a babe and her blog is a little gem!

Laurenย  – A Week In The Life – Blogging And Full-Time Workย 

If you’re unaware this month, October, Lauren has been taking part in Blogtober, uploading a post everyday in October. I admire her so much for this as every post she’s uploaded includes high quality pictures and well thought out, written posts, she’s a great Idol to look up to for blogging! Anyway, In this post Lauren talks about how she juggles keeping up to date with her blog and a full time job; I gained a really useful tip from here, do some blogging in your lunch break. duh, sounds super simple but it’s an amount of time that I always seem to waste. It’s inspired me to write a post on how I keep up with my blog and working too.

If you have a few spare minutes you really should take a read of these posts, all these girls are killing it with blogging!

Bryony xx

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13 responses to “BLOG POSTS THAT ARE A MUST READ – OCTOBER EDITION”

  1. Nicole says:

    Thank you so much for the mention. I’m glad the post helped you! If you need any more help with anti depressants or anything mental health related I’m always here to chat to xx

  2. I don’t think I’ve read any of the posts you listed above…I know what I’ll be doing for the next half hour or so! Thanks for the suggestions! xo

  3. purrpale says:

    I love this style of posts! I haven’t saw these bloggers before so I’ll definitely check them out! Thank u! xx

  4. I’ve not read any of these posts but I’m definitely going to check them out now! I love hearing other people’s recommendations for blog posts

    Ashleigh | http://ashleighwrites.co.uk

  5. I love the sound of these posts and they sound like they’d be really helpful for some people, especially the SAD one as I know so many people struggle with it! I also love posts like this as I love seeing bloggers support other bloggers ๐Ÿ™‚ down with the drama!
    Alice Xx
    http://www.blacktulipbeauty.co.uk

  6. marie aygat says:

    sorry I haven’t read any of these YET but I will do by starting with the one from Lauren ! ๐Ÿ™‚
    thanks for sharing

    http://www.mariesconnections.com/

  7. This is a lovely post and a lovely way to support and appreciate other bloggers! I’ll definitely be checking some of these out. I was actually planning a SAD type post myself for December – it’s something so many people suffer with unfortunately!

    Jenny
    http://www.jennyinneverland.com

  8. All great posts! Thank you for linking them!

  9. Kate Ballamy says:

    Excited to check all these out, Such a good idea for a post!

    http://www.katelovesx.co.uk/

  10. Hello Bexa says:

    Thanks for introducing some new blogs to read ๐Ÿ’› Iโ€™m going to check them all out ๐Ÿ˜˜ xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

  11. This is great introducing us to other bloggers and a fabulous way of showing support and caring Thanks I will be checking these out especially Lauren as I have a full & part time job!

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