Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Five Blogs That I Love


Seven Cherubs


The beautiful Naomi is gentle, kind and keeps it real. I am always amazed how calm she appears, when she has seven children. I have four and I barely cope.

She is a self confessed 'seeker of happiness' and her focus is on inspiring...creating...believing in motherhood and in ourselves as women.


TinaGray {dot} me


I am a big fan of Tina. She is very down to earth, with a big dose of humour. She is very generous and giving with her posts. I have learnt a lot about blogging thanks to Tina. She is an avid and very good photographer and instagrammer. I just can't keep up.

As her 'about me' says -

“Sometimes serious, most times not, Tina Gray {dot} Me offers an honest and down to earth insight into what goes on in one woman’s head while raising five children and one husband, trying to find her skinny self and sharing her opinion about….stuff.”




I have a love affair with books. The lovely Susan from The Book Chook is a writer, editor, teacher and reviewer. She is a wonderful writer with lots of published work under her belt. She is passionate about helping kids read, write and create and believes, as do I, that children function best when they enjoy learning.

Susan says the main focus on this blog is the three Ls: children's literature, literacy and learning.





Awesome blog for all things involving animals and children. I can't put it better than Penny.

  • To help parents who have little-rangers-to-be find activities to foster their love of wildlife and animals.
  • To convince you that saving wildlife can start by helping children to engage in meaningful activities with and about wildlife.
  • To remind you that wildlife is everywhere and not just a visit to your local zoo!
The awesome Penny is a wildlife education officer. In her wonderful blog she combines her love of wildlife with her love of teaching. 

As an animal lover and a mum to four little animal lovers, Penny's blog has always been one of my favourites.



This incredible lady and her amazing blog is what I aspire to. I have dreams of being organised one day and the gorgeous Kat, is one organised lady. I read her weekly challenges and tasks and think what wonderful ideas, but unfortunately that is as far as I get at the moment.

Kat provides her readers with tips and ideas to keep them and their families organised. Ideas to create new habits and her aim is to motivate and inspire readers to enjoy the journey they are living with their family while easily keeping a tidy home.

I am just in awe.




Five blogs that I have recently come across that also look great are:








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Melanie

12 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for mentioning me. I feel all kinds of special now. You just made my night. Fairy wishes and butterfly kisses lovely

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  2. Not sure if my last comment worked because I had issues signing into my google account. Stupid phone. Anyway lovely thank you so much for including little old me. That just made my night. Fairy wishes and butterfly to you

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  3. I know all of your loves and several of your recent finds so we are in sync (which means less for me to check out so i can actually look at the 3 that are new to me) thanks xx

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  4. Ohhhhh some of my favourites are in here - and some new ones I'm about to hop off and check out :)

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  5. I love seeing who others love to read, thanks for sharing.

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  6. I love reading TGDM too :) Have just been checking out the Book Chook and realised I've been lost in her site for a good hour now. Thanks for the pointer to her, definitely one to add to my news reader!

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  7. I see a few bloggers in this link read The organised Housewife, think I'd best check that one out. On a side note my colleagues and I are working on LLN resources and are looking at completing a Diploma or Graduate Certificate in Literacy Language and Numeracy. We work with a lot of youth who have these issues. I will need to check out The Book Chook. xx Rae

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  8. I love this list, Naomi is such a blogger! Tina is such a great sharer!

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  9. I like the list idea - a few there I haven't heard off. I am on my way for a visit. thanks for sharing

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  10. That is a great list and love that you have the Organised Housewife on there! She is one of my long term favourites!

    Annaleis - Blogs and PR Team Member

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  11. Oh Mel, I only just saw this! Thanks so much. I feel seriously honoured that I'm even on the list. I just want to give you s super big hug honey. You made my day!

    Oh and to be up with some of my fave blogs too. Gosh I feel awesome right now. :)

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  12. Some great new blogs for me to check out!! Thanks for sharing your favourites!

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