I try and keep up with all the blogs I follow, but in life, there are always mains, so I’ll just go through mine briefly.
The most recent of “mains,” Vanessa (or The Wellbeing Blogger) has such a beautiful writing style, honestly. Poetically flowing, but very easy to understand. She gives a well-rounded interpretation of her emotions within the story she is telling in each post. Whether it’ll be advice on something personal or a story in her life. There is always something to take within each of her posts. So if you’re looking for help to strive towards your happiest self, I suggest you give her a follow 😊.
Everybody needs a dose of motivation, and I’ve said before what you come in contact with is very important. Just having another avenue of motivation is something beneficial for me, so if you’re looking for your extra push, Rad is the guy to follow.
3. Sophia Ismaa
Sophia is always showing me love so I have to return the favour. Nah, but that to the side you can tell she’s a very smart young lady. Everything she writes is exceptionally polished and professional (unlike me), honestly, she could be writing for the New York Times or something. I’m not going to lie I’m not much of a book person, so I don’t necessarily follow that side of her blog (unless it’s Harry Potter because I love the movies), but everything around that is such an incredible read. Of course don’t get me wrong, if you love books you should definitely give her a follow as well lol, but there are many dimensions to her, which gives everyone something to enjoy 😊.
Science made fun right? There is always something wacky, or something to be learnt every time a post from ScienceSwitch pops up on my reader page. Even if you don’t like science, I’m sure you’ll have a lot of fun reading and watching the content on the page.
Adina, Adina, Adinaaaaaaahhhhhhhh. Her page is so nicely laid out, and if there’s one thing I’ve got from her, it’s definitely that. But I’m honestly so busy with other things I just don’t ever have that extra time to sit down and make my page look professional like hers (but I will soon). Adina is humbly rich, and she likes to take trips from time to time and document what’s great about the place, and the best things to do in those places. I think it’s a great way to get a little taster before travelling somewhere and Adina’s Universe is the best place for that. But the key aspect here is layers, and she gives insights into her own personal life that transcends a message of hope at the end of hard times.
There’s many other things (like the books) on her page, and apart from me needing to have the professional look like her, y’all should definitely follow Adina too 😊.
That’s pretty much my “mains” for now, but that doesn’t mean the other people I follow are garbage unless I wouldn’t be following them (so please don’t think that). but I honestly can’t wait to grow my following and continue to connect with great people on this site, so If you have any recommendations, be sure to let me know who with your reason(s) why (it could even be yourself).