5 MORE FEMALE BLOGGERS TO INSPIRE YOU

There are days when things seem to get on top of me.  There are days when I feel that I need a little boost.  If I need it, I thought that other female bloggers would need it to.  So I started a blog series called Why She Inspires Me last year.  I felt that too often we fail to recognise the achievements of women.  I wanted to share with everyone why female bloggers were inspiring me and celebrating them on their achievements too.

 

Below are some more fabulous female bloggers. Please show them some love by visiting their blog, following them on social media or just giving them a little bit of support.

 

Beauty & The Bird

Rachel blogs about beauty, fashion, travel, wellbeing, blogging itself and lifestyle all from the cutest blog called Beauty & The Bird.  Rachel’s photos are amazing and the layout of her blog is stunningly beautiful.  There are so many fantastic topics on there I had trouble choosing one to share with you but I guess the one that inspired me the most was Why I’m Grateful for the jobs I Hated.  A wonderful insightful post that got me thinking about the jobs I have worked and hated.  Please visit Rachel now and see for yourself.

 

 

The Rare Welsh Bit

What’s not to love about food and travel and doing both is just bliss!  Kacie is behind The Rare Welsh Bit.  A very popular food blog in it’s own right, I love reading through every post,  although my mouth always starts to water looking at the food!  My particular favourite has to be the Grenada Chocolate Festival – I mean who knew there was such a thing?  Anyway, please head over to Kacie’s blog to get your fill of food and travel.

 

 

July Journal

A cruelty free beauty and lifestyle blog penned by Yasmina.  I really love the Cruelty Free Guide that Yasmina has prepared, a very useful guide for detailing what cruelty free means. It’s a lovely blog to give you some ideas on beauty products that you may not have heard about.  Having someone review them is a big plus in my book, I always get recommendations from other bloggers.  Please visit Yasmina’s blog.

 

 

The Spoonie Mummy

The Spoonie Mummy is run by Natalie who writes about life and parenting with chronic illnesses. Sections include health, parenting, lifestyle, book reviews, recipes, favourites and product reviews.  I was so inspired by Natalie’s blog particuarly her posts about her illness and this post on her relationship.  I love to read posts like this, they are so inspiring, open and honest.  Go ahead and connect with Natalie now!

 

 

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I have to admit to following Chloe from day 1 of my journey to becoming a blogger.  I absolutely adore all the reviews of teas on Chloe’s blog.  I really couldn’t pick out just one post so I would recommend heading over to the hot drinks section of her blog to read about all the wonderful teas there are out there.  Honestly I never knew there were so many!  You will most certainly be inspired to go and try some new teas.  Show her some love and visit her blog today.

 

 

I hope these wonderful female bloggers inspire you as much as they have me.  Please show your love and support and head over to their blogs now.

 

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WHY SHE INSPIRES ME – CELEBRATING FEMALE BLOGGERS – LAURA – MUM ON A MISSION

This blog series is me wanting to stand up and celebrate the strength and resilience of wonderful women. Female bloggers who, in my eyes, are quite frankly unstoppable. I wanted to celebrate these women and share with you their blogs in the hope that they inspire you too.

 

This blog post is about Laura from Mum on A Mission.  Laura blogs about her family life with her son William.  William was diagnosed with brain damage at 4 days old.  Laura documents their family life, the happy times, the difficulties, and the daily battles.  What inspires me about Laura is her kind heart, her determination and strength.  Many of us face challenges when we become a parent but Laura even more so.  As a champion for her son and other children with a disability, Laura has campaigned for children with a disability to be afforded the dignity that we often take for granted.  You can read the coverage she has received here.

 

Below, hopefully you will get to know Laura a little better.

 

 

What makes you smile?

 

Far too many things!  Of course, my son makes me smile every day.  Charlie Hunnam, Starbucks green tea lemonade, tacky reality TV, Comfy jeans, sunshine, chocolate and changing places toilets (crazy that a toilet can make you smile but if you have a disabled child they are pretty essential!)

 

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Laura & William

 

 

If you could trade lives with one person for an entire day who would it be and why?

 

Easy… Charlie Hunnam’s girlfriend… for reasons which I won’t go into but are possibly quite obvious!  On a serious note though if I could have one day as PM I’m sure I could get a lot sorted for disabled people.

 

 

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

 

I am really proud to have persuaded Gatwick airport to purchase a special hoist which allows disabled people to be lifted in a safe and dignified manner when boarding a plane.  Before they purchased the hoist, disabled people were lifted manually which was dangerous and undignified, the airport now have several of these hoists and they are used regularly by disabled passengers.

 

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William on a toilet floor – this is a photo I hate but I feel it important to share because people just don’t realise that every single day disabled children are being put on toilet floors because they are too big for baby changing units but don’t have any other alternatives. This is why I campaign for changing places toilets which provide an adult sized changing bed and a hoist to safely lift a disabled person.

 

 

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Photo of William in the eagle hoist I persuaded Gatwick airport to buy

 

 

If you could give your 16-year-old self advice, knowing what you know now, what would it be?

 

Enjoy your 20’s, don’t eat so much crap and start going to the gym now.  Make the most of life pre-children and see as much of the world as you can.  Also, learn what SEO means and how to do it!

 

 

What drives you to do what you do? What motivates you?

 

My son.  His determination and smile motivate me every day.  He has huge daily struggles which are only made more difficult by the environment around him.  That’s why I try every day to educate, raise awareness and make changes to allow him and other people with disabilities to be able to access the world around them in a safe and dignified manner.

 

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Me and William with the loose ladies, we were on Loose Women last month talking about The DRM Project which was really great fun but also terrifying. Our appearance did help to raise more money for the project though which is amazing.

 

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Website: www.mumoam.co.uk

Twitter: www.twitter.com/mumsmission

FB: www.facebook.com/mumoam

Instagram: www.instagram.com/themumonamission

 

 

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To read about other inspirational female bloggers:

Why Katy from Katy Kicker Inspires Me

Why Jenna from A Balanced Belly Inspires Me

Why Jordanne from The Life of A Glasgow Girl Inspires Me

Why Michelle from Making Sense of Cents Inspires Me

Why Victoria from Lylia Rose Inspires Me

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Why She Inspires Me – Celebrating Female Bloggers – Katy Stevens aka Katykicker

This blog series is me wanting to stand up and celebrate the strength and resilience of wonderful women. Female bloggers who, in my eyes, are quite frankly unstoppable. I wanted to celebrate these women and share with you their blogs in the hope that they inspire you too.

 

This blog post is about the very helpful wonder woman who is Kay Stevens from Katykicker.

 

Katy is a unique and inspiring woman who runs a blog all about making money and saving money.  She took a leap of faith back in 2013 quitting her job and now works full time blogging.  What is so special about Katy, and what inspires me about her, is her nature to help others.  Help others make money online, help others save money, helping other bloggers who have questions, queries or difficulties all without a second thought.  Having such a compassionate instinct is so inspirational, it is central to why I wanted to include Katy in this series.  I also wanted to thank her for being such a great blogger.

 

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Here are some questions I asked Katy to get to know her a little better.

 

What makes you smile?

Being able to do nice things for others. This might be offering advice online, giving my time to help with something or spending money to enrich someone’s life.

 

 

If you could trade lives with one person for an entire day who would it be and why?

I would trade lives with my husband. He is a little bit emotionless at the best of times and I would love to know what he was really thinking. We are really strong but it would nice to know if he REALLY wanted to share his ice cream with me, and if he really didn’t mind working so hard.

 

 

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

I am most proud of my website in the online World and in the real World I’m most proud of my daughter Daisy. 7 years of infertility was hard going but she is here now next to me as I type this!

 

 

If you could give your 16 year old self advice, knowing what you know now, what would it be?

Try not to worry so much. Things WILL work out. You may not be where you want to be right now but it is all part of the journey to making it where you want to be in one piece.

 

 

What drives you to do what you do? What motivates you?

My family. For sure. My husband and daughter. I want to make more money and achieve more to be able to have the best life, have money for private healthcare and be able to enjoy lots of quality time together on holidays and days out. Also, I want to buy a nice house and be mortgage free before I’m 35…! Only 5.5 years to go!

 

 

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To read about other inspirational female bloggers:

Why Laura from Mum on a Mission Inspires Me

Why Jenna from A Balanced Belly Inspires Me

Why Jordanne from The Life of A Glasgow Girl Inspires Me

Why Michelle from Making Sense of Cents Inspires Me

Why Victoria from Lylia Rose Inspires Me

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Why She Inspires Me – Celebrating Female Bloggers – Jenna Farmer

This blog series is me wanting to stand up and celebrate the strength and resilience of wonderful women. Female bloggers who, in my eyes, are quite frankly unstoppable. I wanted to celebrate these women and share with you their blogs in the hope that they inspire you too.

 

This blog post is about the wonderful and talented Jenna Farmer.  Jenna writes two blogs, one is A Balanced Belly, the other The Bloglancer.  It is through The Bloglancer that I became inspired by Jenna.

 

For those who don’t blog, it can be extremely difficult when you start out.  Everything is so new and while there are so many wonderful bloggers who will help, Jenna goes above and beyond.  She inspires me because she is so happy and willing to help others by sharing the information she has learnt on her blogging journey.  She wants others to succeed, she wants others to know their value and worth, she wants all bloggers to be taken serious.  She also set up a fantastic Facebook Group on Pitching Motivation to help others and for others to share their tips and successes.  She truly is an inspiration to me and I am sure others would say the same.

Here are some questions I asked Jenna to get to know her a little better.

 

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What makes you smile?

Time with my two dogs- Bella and Stevie- and getting lovely comments on my blogs. Being recognised as being       helpful is so important to me.

 

If you could trade lives with one person for an entire day who would it be and why?

Ooh, that’s a good question. A magazine editor? I definitely want to do more freelance writing for magazines so being in the shoes of an editor would help me perfect my pitches!

 

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

Publishing my first book- Managing IBD- with a publishing company last year.

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If you could give your 16 year old self advice, knowing what you know now, what would it be?

Show people you’re writing! Up until the age of 25, I wrote completely in secret and wouldn’t even take  the creative module at University I wanted to in case anyone laughed at my work! Now, it’s the opposite- I share everything left, right and centre. I often wonder where my career might be if I started then rather than now.

 

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What drives you to do what you do? What motivates you?

I have always felt that we should have a ‘purpose’ something we’re meant to do. For me, all my jobs and writing link to the idea of helping others. Whether it’s how to write a blog post or dealing with a crohn’s flare. As long as I feel like I am meeting my purpose, I’ll keep going!

 

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To read about other inspirational female bloggers:

Why Laura from Mum on a Mission Inspires Me

Why Katy from Katy Kicker Inspires Me

Why Jordanne from The Life of A Glasgow Girl Inspires Me

Why Michelle from Making Sense of Cents Inspires Me

Why Victoria from Lylia Rose Inspires Me

 

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WHY SHE INSPIRES ME – CELEBRATING FEMALE BLOGGERS – JORDANNE

This blog series is me wanting to stand up and celebrate the strength and resilience of wonderful women. Female bloggers who, in my eyes, are quite frankly unstoppable. I wanted to celebrate these women and share with you their blogs in the hope that they inspire you too.

This week, I wanted to celebrate the wonderful Jordanne from The Life of A Glasgow Girl.  I first ‘met’ Jordanne back when I started blogging in 2016.  I came across her asking for people to write guest posts.  She kindly accepted one from me, even though I hadn’t been blogging long.

 

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Why She Inspires Me

Jordanne has a truly empowering nature.  She has created her own path through the blogging world.  She has created Bloggers Tribe, she continually supports other bloggers and all the while raising a beautiful little boy called Leon.  To be honest I don’t even believe she knows how fabulous she is and what a great job she is doing.  So I wanted to include her in my series to celebrate another fantastic female blogger.

 

Here is a little bit about Jordanne…

 

1. What makes you smile? 

 

For me this is such an open question because I have a wide range of things that make me smile! The number one has to be my son though. He makes me smile daily (and want to tear my hair out haha). But he is the sun in my life. My absolute everything! 

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2. If you could trade lives with one person for an entire day who would it be and why? 

 

Oooothis is an interesting one, I really don’t know! I would love to see what life is like as a millionaire…. That would be very interesting. To see how they live, is it really everything it’s cracked up to be? 

  

3. What accomplishments are you most proud of? 

 

Raising a tiny human. Every day I ask myself “How?!” I am so proud of him and how well he is coming on. I am also really proud of my blog, I love doing what I do.  

  

4. If you could give your 16 year old self advice, knowing what you know now, what would it be? 

 

Don’t pay attention to the haters, in years to come they will be nothing to you and their opinions don’t define you. You’re better than them. Life is going to be tough for a while, adjusting to life without mum is going to test you but just know you can get through it, life is precious so don’t wish it away. 

  

5. What drives you to do what you do? What motivates you? 

 

Having my son motivates me to be the best me I can be, I want to make a good life for him. When he talks about his mum I want him to be proud of me and know that I work damn hard to give him what he has and to show that doing what you love IS possible, you can most definitely do what you love for your career and create your own path. 

 

 

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To read about other inspirational female bloggers:

Why Laura from Mum on a Mission Inspires Me

Why Katy from Katy Kicker Inspires Me

Why Jenna from A Balanced Belly Inspires Me

Why Michelle from Making Sense of Cents Inspires Me

Why Victoria from Lylia Rose Inspires Me

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