I’ll keep the intro to this post short and sweet, but I’ve set myself a blogging goal to stick to a series of post this year. No more beginning one and a month or so later calling it quits or forgetting to write the post. Last month I began the series of posts that’ll showcase my favourite blog posts from that month, so here are my favourite reads by other blogger for the month of February!
ps. Yes, I’m aware there are only three posts shared in this one, but it’s been an extremely busy month. So please forgive me!
Graduation & Career Goals
by Laura at Laura’s Beauty Binge.
I like seeing other people’s goals noted down – mainly because I’m nosy – but sometime you often realise it’s a goal you could set yourself, but you just never knew to think of it. That’s why I liked reading Laura’s post this month, plus I simply admire her for setting up for the challenge of juggling work and studies. I’ve just started a new full-time job, relocated from Nottingham to Crewe and started part-time studies for the year, so I can 100% relate to what’s she’s about to venture into. Good luck, Laura! You’re going to do great <3
Modern Powerpuff Girls Party
by the team at Oh Happy Day.
This post isn’t for an inspirational read, but more for a little fun and to reminisce about one of my all-time favourite shows as a kid – The Powerpuff Girls. I may not have kids, but if you’re looking for birthday party inspiration, then this post offers one idea, but their site in general too.
Is the Beauty Blog Dead?
by Hayley at Tea Party Beauty.
If you’re looking for an outlook on the current status of beauty blogs as we know them, but from the eye of a fellow beauty blogger, then this post is the one for you. Personally, I do agree with a lot of what Hayley points out in this post, but more from a generic blogging point of view – blogging in general is such a big hype these days that everyone wants a slice of it, but I do believe too much is killing it. Thoughts?
What were your favourite posts from this month?
*items may have been gifted to me for review purposes.