Bloggers you need to know about

Like many I believe the blogger world is now more about profiting then secret sharing but I see no harm turning your hobbie into your job. Given that many have seen the advantage of being a blogger the market is very saturated.

But to me that means more amazing blogs to read and share. However it frustrates me, as a old school blogger, trier of many blogs, and a person whose job entailed/entails working with influencers that the ‘smaller’ ‘newer’ bloggers don’t get enough promotion and shine they deserve.

So I want to create a series on my blog called ‘bloggers you need to know about’ to shout out great bloggers and voice out more of what I want to see in the community. It might not do anything. It might do something. Here is to trying!

Read more here to find out more

As a Blonde

I found Sophie’s blog through a twitter hashtag, the power of social media. Great lead into the fact that Sophie is a Social Media Exec!

What drew me into Sophie’s blog was the post on statement earrings, I am ultimate sucker for great imagery. And we share a common love for clothes and by the looks of the ‘I have a thing’ series which I think is a great idea by the way we also share a love for H&M. Enough of commanilities, check Sophie out and show her some love at:

Blogger: Sophie

Wander with Nicka

On the search for new bloggers I came across Nicka and I am happy to have. I read ‘My Korean Skin Care Routine’ and as someone who has dealt with acne I can relate. From the age of 16 I have been battling with my skin and have tested and tried many things like Nicka. This is why when I see a skin care post I become invested. The post has encouraged me to test Korean skin care and I will have to look into Nicka’s recommendations!

Blogger: Nicka

Simply Christa Anne

I stumbled across Christa Anne’s blog and mistakenly thought Christaane was one word, moving on. I really enjoyed reading ‘going grey’ and agree that no matter how old you are it doesn’t mean that is all you are. We are more than our age and it was refreshing to hear that approaching 40 doesn’t mean you stop learning, living or loving despite what the media keeps shouting at us. Christa shared a great analogy (right word for it right, I’m no wordsmith!) of turning a fear into something fun and I am all about that. To read more from Christa Anne, show her some love on:

Blogger: Christa Anne

Really excited to read more from these lovely ladies as I start my journey back into blogging, I also encourage you all to share your favourite/new/small bloggers on your blog!

Be the change you wish to see in people, Rasida.

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