There was a time last year where I would share love to other blogger’s posts that I loved from a particular month. I realized I haven’t done this in quite some time, so I thought it was time to bring the love back. It’s so important to show your support for other bloggers because let’s be real—we are a community of people who have like-minded passions. Here are five posts I loved this month, and I know you’ve love them, too!
I’ve been reading Summer’s posts for awhile now, and while I always love her content—this post particularly spoke with me. And I’m sure many of you can relate to the things she mentions in her post. Although I am a happy, optimistic person, I also can relate to the feeling of emptiness, confusion, and a slew of other not-so-fun feelings. Summer is honest, real and straightforward with the downsides of a quarter life crisis.
I’m all about blog posts that are related to productivity, organization, minimalism, etc. Jenny’s post offered some amazing tips on how to be more productive and organize your time more effectively. Personally, I think it’s important to focus on organization because it can change your entire day if your manage your time, plan out your day, and stick to your to-do lists. If you need a little motivation to get stuff done, you’ll love Jenny’s post.
As a person who struggles with anxiety, reading this post was something I needed to read this month. Even if you don’t have anxiety, I would still recommend reading it. My favorite line is, “The point is this: If you experience anxiety, you are not a flawed person. You are not broken. You are not lesser or unworthy or incompetent.” Erica is honest, compassionate and gives some amazing insight whether you or a loved one is struggling with anxiety or panic attacks.
I’m been working on myself day by day in several areas of my life. One of them is by living more authentically and minimally when possible. The a.m. Grind has some amazing tips on how you to live a genuine, authentic life that is tailored to your passions and lifestyle. I love when they discuss not letting the Internet deter you, which is something I’ve been working on every day since social media is a big part of my life for my job.
Kayla offers amazing career and #girlboss advice for working women in any field. Her post is great if you’re looking for a little inspiration to make your morning simple, easy and enjoyable. As a morning person, I find these tips easy to follow, but it’s always nice to see where you can improve and adjust your current routine. If you’re in need of some happiness in your morning, read this post.
Have you read these posts from July? If not, what posts have you been loving from other bloggers? Make sure to leave a comment below!