Blog Love: Five Blogs I Have Loved This Month (September 15)

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I’m back again with Blog Love, my monthly feature where I share five blogs that I have loved with month. Here are my September favourites.

  • Steps, Halves and Love – Donna from What the Redhead Said. I am a regular reader of Donna’s blog and she has shared before about her split family and the difficult relationship she has with her mother. But this is a lovely post about what family means to her.
  • How I Grew My Facebook Likes – Becky from Cuddlefairy. This is a must read for any blogger wanting to grow their Facebook presence and something I have been trying to do myself actually and it is certainly slow progress. Becky is very open about how she did it and how much she spent to achieve her goals
  • Words – Louise from Little Hearts Big Love. Louise talks about the impacts the words we use has on one another and techniques she uses to control her temper. This resonated with me, because at the time she wrote it I was struggling on very little sleep and tiredness makes me short tempered, so I was grateful for her post on that day.
  • Sign and Symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes – Our Diagnosis Story – Stevie from A Cornish Mum. This is actually a very emotional blog post as Stevie shares how the worst nearly happened with her son  when she didn’t realise he had diabetes and also a very handy symptoms guide we should all be aware of. A must read.
  • Why I went Out Dressed the Same as a Five Year Old – Cathryn from Cardiff Mum Says. This is such a sweet blog post about how Cathryn”s lovely daughter saw a beautiful dress that was the same as her Mums and wanted to to go out in matching outfits. It brought a smile to my face.

Have you read any fab blog posts this month? Please share I’m always on the look out for new favourites.


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A Cornish Mum

20 thoughts on “Blog Love: Five Blogs I Have Loved This Month (September 15)

  1. and my comment posted before i finished……. what i was going to say is i’ve not made any efforts to grow my FB besides posting and letting it grow organically….this may be something i work on next year once I feel more well and have more time. 🙂

    I also loved the post by Stevie. Health awareness is always a good one for me!

    Angela

    1. I have tried a few bits with Facebook and I have to admit it’s hard to grow much harder than other social media platforms it just seems to take time and patience.

  2. Good choices! I was particularly interested in the Facebook one too as I have struggled to get 195 likers over the past however long and some people have thousands! I don’t run giveaways though. Maybe thats why… #thelist

  3. Thank you so much for including my post in this and I’m glad that it helped you on a difficult day – lack of sleep is so hard to cope with sometimes, isn’t it and is definitely my biggest trigger for being cranky. There’s a couple of posts here I haven’t read so will have to check them out – thank you for sharing 🙂

  4. Thanks so much for the mention lovely. That was a hard post for me to publish mainly because my mother actually got in contact with me a few days before – she’d found my blog and sent me an email about it. I had a voice in my head telling me that everything I now publish she’ll be reading but I’m determined to not let that effect the things I write about. Onwards and upwards! Thanks for sharing 🙂 x

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