We are officially halfway through the year! Time flies quickly. It’s time to say goodbye to June and welcome July. A new month, a new beginning is here and it’s always good to introduce new blogs as I also love to discover awesome blogs.
Summer is here. I don’t know where you are coming from but in Japan, summer is hot and humid. In my 6 years of living here, I haven’t gotten used to the heat and humidity yet. Although summer is not my favorite season, there are things I like about summers such as the beach, cold drinks, and sunset. A big day out with your friends, eating chips and watching the sunset is my kind of perfect day for summer. What’s your ideal day of summer?
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Dispeller is your one-stop-shop for your well-being, beauty, lifestyle, and psychology. Laura, the creator behind the blog created this space dedicated to curiosity, shattering illusions, and being true to yourself. She writes about all the things she wishes she had worked out many years ago. She also talks about blogging in her blog. Check out her awesome blog for more.
Here are some posts I love from her blog.
2. Mummy Conquering Anxiety
We cannot hide the fact that today, a lot of people experience anxiety and depression. Sam, the founder of the Mummy Conquering Anxiety blog has struggled with both. Because of this, she felt the need of setting up her blog to share her story and build a genuine relationship with others who experience the same.
We can learn a lot from her blog. She talks passionately about parenting, mental health, and lifestyle. You can also snap some blogging tips from her. Here are her top three posts:
3. Crazy Blog Wife Blog
Cynthia is the blogger behind Crazy and Married blog and I’ve known her from a blogging group we both are in. Here’s what she has to say about her blog.
Crazy and Married started off as a place for me to write down all the thoughts and emotions I was feeling being super young and married. Marrying young isn’t easy. All I know is that I am not alone in feeling the way I feel sometimes. Including happy, sad, mad, etc… so how do we navigate that? How is a young adult in their twenties supposed to know how to overcome marriage obstacles?
I don’t know those answers no one does, but I can take my real-life scenarios and share them with the world in hopes it helps someone else.
I love that her blog is all about inspiration like my blog. Although hers is about overcoming martial and relationship obstacles and creating a happy married life, we both truly believe in living our lives to the fullest.
Check out her top posts here: