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This month I am so excited to introduce 4 more amazing bloggers that you should check out in May. I love finding new blogs to read, and this month I have a fantastic selection of personal development, lifestyle, and academic blogs to read.
I recommend connecting with all these blogs for inspirational and interesting articles and updates, and they are all lovely bloggers to support online!
Joep: Think Well, Do Better
My first advertiser this month is the fantastic Joep, from Think Well, Do Better. I love his posts about forming positive habits and improving your happiness for a better life.
Joep offers insight into how to deal with change and improve your self-awareness for a happier life. I think it’s interesting that Joep discusses the Law of Attraction and all his posts are positive, uplifting, and help his readers understand how to realise their dreams.
Zoë Allard: Positive Yet Cynical
I’m so excited to introduce the lovely Zoë from Positive Yet Cynical, a fantastic blog that discusses dating, mental health, and life as a 30-something in the writing world!
Zoë writes brilliant posts about her mental health journey, tackling imposter syndrome and very important tips for dating someone who has anxiety. She offers insight about how The Midnight Library helped her understand her mental health, and the importance of fiction.
She also writes about PTSD and dating, and I think it’s so important that she openly shares her own experiences. I recommend connecting with Zoë on Twitter, and she is a very supportive member of the blogging community.
Dominique: Some Sources Say
My next advertiser this month is Dominique, a fantastic blogger who writes interesting and engaging articles about everything history. She discusses events, periods, and people of the past on her blog Some Sources Say, and as a history graduate I love finding out a bit more about past times.
Dominique discusses a variety of topics, writing posts about events such as the Gunpowder Plot and providing fantastic book recommendations for all her readers. This blog also showcases people from the past, such as Edward the Confessor and I loved her focus on female trailblazers during Women’s History Month.
As well as her regular posts, Dominique chooses monthly history topics. This May, her topic is about iconic buildings in Leeds. If you want to connect with Dominique, you can also find her on Twitter and Instagram!
Zac Thraves: The MI Experience
My final advertiser this month is Zac, who runs The MI Experience. He is a writer, performer, and mental health activist. He has dealt with depression for many years, and he uses his blog to promote a positive image of mental health awareness- and share his many experiences with others.
He writes a wide range of posts and his blog posts contain a mixture of written and video content. He discusses his mental health and journey with depression and shows others that is normal to experience ups and downs.
Have you read any of these blogs? Who are your favourite bloggers to read this May? What is your favourite thing about blogging?
Let me know all your thoughts in the comments below 🙂
Happy reading x