What I Read Jan-Feb Roundup

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I have read so much over the last couple of months and I wanted to do a roundup of my favourites from each week of What I Read. 

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In week 1 I was touched by Benjamin Brooks-Dutton's post called Tell Them and Annie Spratt wrote a great post about blogging for the love of it, not doing what other's think you should. Please head over to her blog and read Shake it Off. Week 2 brought us a post by Honest Mum that I have bookmarked and refer to whenever I doubt myself. Be Who You Want To Be is a truly inspiring post and if you haven't read it yet, you should. Also in week 2 was Just Do It by Aimee Horton, I think week 2 was a week for inspiring posts because this one had me nodding along too!







In Week 3 of What I Read was a useful post from Jocelyn over at The Reading Residence about a Media Pack. At the time I didn't have one and had been thinking about creating one but didn't know where to start. Jocelyn's post helped me organise my thoughts and you should go read Blogger's Guide to Creating a Media Pack. Katy, aka @carryonkaty, shared a great post called Toy Story's Glory and I think every mum can relate to this.






Victoria Welton's poem Simplicity made me think a little more in week 4 and when Kate Portman overheard a woman talking about chips she wrote a post about body image. I loved this post and we should all take note!






Zaz made me want to go on holiday to Trinidad and Tobago in week 5 with her amazing posts about her holiday. She painted such beautiful pictures with her words that these places are definitely on my 'to visit' list.






Steph made me giggle in week 6 with her post about bungee jumping in a bikini. Her top tip? NEVER do it! Sarah Howe's post, Am I too old??? asks if she's getting too old for particular hair-cuts and clothes. As far as I'm concerned you're never too old for anything, all you need is confidence.






Week 7 brought posts from Stressy Mummy and her tips to Expect the Unexpected when parenting. She was dead-on with most of these and I loved reading this post. Another great post was Maddy's quiz, if you're a writer of any sort you should take this quiz. It'll only take a minute and you'll smile. Win Win.






And finally, last week I read a fabulous quote that Brighton Mama shared, her favourite quote from the book Captain Corelli's Mandolin. Reneé, aka Mummy Tries, shared a post about pressure. She thinks it is the pressure we pile on ourselves that's the problem and sometimes we just need to give ourselves a break.






Over the past couple of months I've read some fabulous posts and I've enjoyed sharing them. Please head over to these posts if you missed them. There's also more in each week of What I Read so if you're in need of reading material you'll find more there.

Next week I'll be back to my usual weekly sharing of posts but in the future I'll be doing a roundup at the start of each month.

If you've read any great posts please do share them in the comments and I'll be sure to read them. 


10 comments:

  1. Some great posts there, I shall grab a cuppa and have a read. Thank you for including me

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    1. You're welcome Nikki, I hope you enjoy reading the other posts.

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  2. What a wonderful roundup Morgan, thankyou so much for including me amongst such fab company xxx

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    1. Thanks so much Zaz, and you're welcome. xx

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  3. Fab post here and incredible company to be in, thanks for including my post x

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    1. You're all wonderful writers and I'm glad to share your post. Thanks for stopping by. xx

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  4. Thank you so much for the mention Morgan - and I am so pleased you like my poem. A great round-up x

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    1. You're welcome Victoria, I loved it. It's stayed with me since I read it. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting. xx

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  5. Thanks for including me lovely, really fab round up xxx

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