Blog Roundup

by | Jun 8, 2020 | Blogging | 1 comment

Every Monday I’ll be doing a round-up of the best blog posts that my Facebook Group members have shared with me.

There are some amazing small business owners with a lot to say and I want to give them the platform to be able to get a lovely backlink and also ensure that they have an audience for their writing.

Some have even been crazy enough to start doing the 30 Days of Blogging Challenge with me too, so it’s seems crazy not to start sharing.

In no particular order:

Yoji Eno from Diversity Adopt has been educating the group about her work in helping educate those wishing to adopt within diversity:
https://diversityadopt.com/2020/06/04/your-relationship-and-adopting/

Sharon from Time Saving Assistant reminds up all why having a blog is so important:
http://timesavingassistant.co.uk/why-is-a-blog-important/

Writer and teacher Louise Tondeur follows a series of excellent posts about how to start writing (very apt for the week!) with an alternative to writing everyday:
https://www.louisetondeur.co.uk/an-alternative-to-writing-every-day

Laura Draper from Gooseberry Pink gives some much needed advice for how her pregnant readers can keep in touch with friends during lockdown times using a WhatsApp Group:
https://www.gooseberrypink.com/create-a-whatsapp-group

South African, now Brit Pam Miller shares her experience of moving from her homeland to the UK:
http://creativelyfunctional.co.uk/2020/06/03/emigrating-successfully-as-a-southern-african-in-uk

Pianist and singer Victoria Sharpe launched her new virtual dinner party piano service. Such a lovely idea in these times!
https://victoriasharpe.com/covid-19-news/

Sarah Latham from Friends and Canines has been pushed aside by her dog Rebel who has decided to take over her blog for the week:
https://friendsandcanines.co.uk/tails-from-hq/

Debbie Buchanan from Auburn Furnishings gives us a lesson how to pick the perfect blind for any room in your home:
https://auburnfurnishings.co.uk/blind-crazy/

Julie Elder from Totally Holistic Health provides some top tips for how to stay healthy during these strange times:
https://totallyholistichealth.co.uk/how-to-stay-healthy-during-covid-19

…as does Tina Russell from Simply Shine with 33 self care activities you can do at home:
https://simply-shine.co.uk/33-self-care-activities-at-home

Kim Williams from Individually You covers how a classic style can affect your look:
https://www.individuallyyou.com.au/body-shapes/how-can-horizontal-lines-impact-on-your-look

Now we can go and buy a house again, you might find Sian Wood’s post from The Home Improvements Association useful to help identify what type of home buyer you are:
https://homeimprovementsalesassociation.com/what-type-of-buyer-are-you/

I’m loving this look at how spring has sprung from Shelia Bates from Florrie Felts:
https://www.florriefelts.co.uk/mrs-fingal’s-adventure’s-in-fibre

To finish up Lynn Rees shares a problem I am very guilty of – procrastination. Her useful tips will have you getting stuff done before you know it:
https://medium.com/@lynn.rees01/how-to-conquer-procrastination-and-perfectionism-b2d0ec2fdc42

Thanks to everyone for joining in this week. The challenge continues this week, so if you want to join in and share your blogs posts, then head over to the free Facebook Group to get started.

1 Comment

  1. Sarah

    Thank you for the inspiration Vicki, the next blog is ready for tomorrow, not one a day but we are getting there!!

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