*Drum roll please*
The blogger recommendation series is back! It has been a WHILE. The main reason why I stopped doing this series quarterly was that I wasn’t interacting enough with newer bloggers. But over the last few months, I have been fortunate enough to interact with so many wonderful and kind bloggers on here that it was time to do another part of this series.
Here are some bloggers whose posts I love reading –
Claire from Third Culture Kid: Not only is Claire a wonderful writer, but she’s also an extremely supportive and kind person. Having moved between many countries in her lifetime, Claire has a very unique perspective of history, culture, and more. Definitely check out her blog to read about her journey in her current home country, Canada.
Pete Springer: Pete has so much experience that chatting with him will leave you feeling enriched. Having been an educator, Pete’s posts are always educational (I don’t mean related to education) and always leave me thinking.
nces13: I don’t why I haven’t come across a lot of cartoonists on here. I love the simple yet funny cartoons on this blog. They always leave me chuckling.
Cindy Georgakas from Unique Times: Cindy is such a positive and friendly blogger. Despite the many many followers she has, she finds time to interact with every single one of them (putting me to shame). She writes the most beautiful poems and is overall very inspiring. Her posts always leave me feeling good.
Natalie from The Hot Goddess: Nat is helping me set future goals for myself for when I retire. She’s such a badass Goddess who is living life on her own terms and doing such unique things that make me gape with wonder. Her blog is fun, funny, and insightful.
Amanda from Something To Ponder About: Another wonderful blogger who writes amazing stories, shares relatable thoughts in her posts and has extensive guides on her blog for travel tips to different countries. She is extremely warm and kind.
Rama Arya from Rama Toshi Arya’s blog: I love her travel guides for how in-depth they are and how they always recommend some unique places to visit. If you are visiting India, I definitely recommend checking out her blog to help you plan. I especially loved her Delhi & Rajasthan series.
I love a lot of other bloggers as well but am saving them for part 5 of this series. If you aren’t following these bloggers – definitely check out their posts. Who are your favourite bloggers? Drop some links in the comments below and help others discover other amazing bloggers too. (You can also share a link to your own blog to help others discover your blog 🙂 )
Here are the first 3 parts with more of my favouritest bloggers –
PS: This completed post has been in my drafts for a while. I was feeling too lazy to make the effort to find links. *why am I so lazy?*
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