If you have been on diet before or have done exercises, you know how precious the ‘rest day’ is. That day on the calendar will be either highlighted or put in bold. You can not wait for that day to come. This is what Day 9 of #UgBlogMonth feels like to me. The preceding days have been pretty intense not because they are hard per say, but because I am either uncomfortable talking about the topic for fear of being judged or I need to think pretty hard lest I mislead my readers. So guess what the task at hard is today!!!!! Writing my favorite blogs, pretty easy right? So let us dive right in.
The blogs enlisted have things that are very important to me. I will tell you why I follow these blogs and maybe you will be encouraged to check them out.
This is an all time favorite. It would not surprise me if I saw him everywhere among favorite blogs because it is what he is and has a number of accolades to show for it. This Kenyan blogger is a story teller and by the time you are through with his story, you have laughed with him or cried with him. His style of writing is glazed with endless humor and leaves you thirsting for more. From the start of his writes, he will hold you by the hand, jump with you, scream with you, laugh silly with you until the very moment when the curtains close. You will need to read some of his pieces to understand what I am talking about. https://bikozulu.co.ke/
Lyndi Cohen is the lady behind the The Nude Nutritionist and yes you guessed right, it is because of the nutrition. If you do not know already, nutrition is very important to me and gives me a lot of satisfaction to deal with. I love Lyndi for one thing, she is true to her struggles even as a nutritionist. It is these struggles that she overcame that she uses to work on her clients. Her Back to Basics campaign has seen so many people change their view on dieting and nutritionists as a whole. She promises you to ‘learn how to eat normally again. Even if you’ve been dieting for years.’ On her blog you will find all kinds of healthy tips as well as recipes to work with. Check her out and see if you can pick something. https://www.lyndicohen.com/
The Cultured Cow
The first time I came across this blog about 3 years ago, I was blown away at the creativity that was invested in picking out the name of the blog. Trust me, someone will be ‘forced’ to take a second look not necessarily because of the content but the name. In turn they will find amazing content and are hooked. If anyone out there is thinking about opening a blog, this is something you may want to consider.
Shiro Gaitho is the face behind The Cultured Cow who describes herself as a quiet storyteller, mental wanderer and walking paradox. On her blog you will find things to do with motherhood, interior design and lifestyle. Of all these, I love to read about her interior design escapades, something that she does on the side, and she does it so perfectly that you may thing it is what she does for a living. This got me to follow her on instagram, @shiro_gaitho to keep up with this interesting journey. Check out her blog. http://theculturedcow.co.ke/
Project Life mastery
I had intended to share just 3 of my favorite but later figured I could chip in the fourth as a bonus. The face behind Project Life Mastery is a gentleman named Stefan James. He is an internet entrepreneur, life and business coach, philanthropist, and world traveler with an obsession for mastering every area of life while fulfilling his potential as a human being and making a difference in the lives of others. The first time I encountered his blog was when I was venturing into vision boards and I loved his brain. At the end of the day I was able to create a vision board, declare my goals publicly, develop a financial management plan among so many other things that James gives practical insights about. If you are looking for a practical bog, this is one you will want to check out. https://projectlifemastery.com/blog/
Having shared my favorite blogs, I am working so hard so that I will be listed as someone’s favorite very soon.