Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Bloggy Love

Thanks to Trop50 for sponsoring my writing about fabulous bloggers. This year Trop50 is granting 50 Fabulous Wishes. Click here to enter for a chance to win $1,000 to celebrate a friend with a refreshing attitude about looking and feeling fabulous!

Five Lovelylicious Blogs

I am so stoked today to have the opportunity to share Five Fabulous Blogs with you. There are a lot of blogs out there that I read daily and love to pieces, but here are 5 that I think you'll love too.

1.) Bryan has a 365 photo blog at My Life In Photos which features some incredible photography. I admire his determination to take a photo each and every day and I am constantly inspired by the truly amazing and creative photos that he takes day in and day out. I first "met" Brian when we participated in a photo challenge in April of 2010, during only my third month as a blogger. I don't always make it to his blog every day, but I always go back and look at each and every post. Go check him out, I think you'll leave just as inspired as I do. Here's one of my favorite posts ""f" is for fly", ironically it's from our alphabet photo challenge over a year ago. You can also catch him on Twitter @mylifeinphotos and on Facebook too at GreyPhoto.

2.) Almost any blogger you meet loves to talk "blogging" and Melissa from @adventuroo who I link up with on Thursdays as part of her Capture the Everyday series also hosts a fabulous blogging site called MomComm where she dispenses all matter of supremely helpful blogging advice from articles and posts she has written to those she comes across that she thinks would be helpful to her readers. My absolute favorite part of the site are her Blog Critiques that she does weekly. (Mine is in the queue for the future.) Her critiques provide loads of tips and tricks to make your blog more reader friendly and robust. So even if you aren't up to having your own blog reviewed you can still take away several bits of knowledge every week. To hear more from Melissa you can follow her on Twitter  @momcommblog and on Facebook at MomComm.

3.) Listen To Your Mother was created by Ann Imig in 2010 to showcase all the fabulous stories about mothers and motherhood that are out there. It's pretty terrific and totally inspiring. You can see the first show here and the ones from this year should be up soon. If you want to know when the new shows are up and if they'll be coming to your area in 2012 follow Listen To Your Mother on Twitter @LTYMshow.

4) Fadra blogs appropriately at  All Things Fadra where she talks about life, blogging and lots of other fun stuff. She's got great wit, a fantastic writing style and her vlogs are my absolute favorite part of her blog. Whether she is blogging or vlogging I always walk away from her posts nodding my head, laughing, thinking/pondering...I always walk away fulfilled as a reader. You can check out Fadra at her blog above or on Twitter @allthingsfadra and Facebook All Things Fadra

5.) Scars for Love is a new blog founded by Andrea Updyke as a place where women can share their c-section stories. It's a fabulous site that allows women to share their experiences whether they were happy or sad, planned or unplanned and even if you are a nurse or doctor. All stories are welcome and it's a site I wish had existed when I had experienced my own c-section. I can't always read every post as they are published as I still have some emotional healing to do from my own. But, I do read when I can and I love that she has created this little corner of the web for women to bond over a shared experience, however they got there. You can follow Scars for Love on Twitter @ScarsForLove and on Facebook Scars for Love.

What are some of your favorite blogs to check out?

Don't forget to enter the 50 Fabulous Wishes contest for a chance to win $1,000 to celebrate a friend with a refreshing attitude about looking and feeling fabulous. I was selected for this Tropicana Trop50 sponsorship by the Clever Girls Collective, which endorses Blog With Integrity, as I do. I received compensation to use and facilitate my post.

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