What I Read May Roundup

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Well this week has been great, the boys are back at school and I've got loads done. I'm hoping the productiveness continues into next week. 

What I Read May Roundup | Morgan's Milieu: The What I Read Badge

In May I read lots of amazing posts and I love putting them all together in one roundup. Here's the What I Read May Roundup:



What I Read 16 brought a post from Ruth about working from home. I too know the disadvantages and laughed as I read this post. May is Blogging Awards season and Tim felt the pinch of disappointment in BiBs 2015: From Failure, An Epiphany. Constantly nagging our children becomes a day-to-day battle but have you thought about what you're doing to your children? Ali has and her post Are You A Positive Parent? made me think about the language I use when I'm talking to my children. As bloggers it's hard to know whether or not we're doing a good job. For inspiration check out Sian's post, How To Be A Good Blogger, where she gives advice on travelling on this "epic journey". Izzie's post, Could It Be Magic? had me giggling earlier this month as I had flashbacks of Take That. Tormenting our children can be fun after all! If you've ever wanted to hear what life is like for a pro-blogger you should read Interview with Pro-Blogger - Kerry Louise on Tots100. It's an interesting read.






In What I Read 17 there was a brave post from Janette Davey, Two years ago, my world fell apart. I admire her strength and am glad things are looking up. I got a bit worked up after reading Victoria's post, F Should Not Replace TH, this amongst many things wind me up. The Many Roles of a Parent by @PoopRainbowMama was an entertaining post that had me giggling. Jaime had me wanting to attend a conference (quite an achievement) with her post Brilliance at Blog On. It could have been the cocktails tempting me, maybe. Hannah shared her 21 tips to take your blog to the next professional level and I enjoyed reading this. I'll be putting some of her tips into practice. I loved reading about Sarah's new adventure, she is retraining to become a Cognitive Hypnotherapist.





What I Read 18 had some interesting posts and if you wanted to find out if you're taking blogging too seriously you should check out Tim's questionnaire. I scored 6/20 - how did you do? Ruth shared a poem about having boys, something I can relate to and I loved it. Please check out Mum of boys. Why do we all judge other parents? That's a question Caroline tackles in her post Am I a bad mother? Or just a different one? Another post about a blog conference, this time a smaller one, had me thinking again. Jo talked about her Talk to Mums blog brunch and it sounded like just the kind of thing I'd like. Claire asked where you think you'll be A Year from Today and she had me thinking about my plans. Amy wrote a brilliant post about self-doubt and dealing with disappointment after not being nominated for a Blog Award.





And last week, in What I Read 19, there were more fantastic posts. Tara asked do you ever stop worrying about your children? The simple answer - No. Vicki talked about The Power of Great Friends and I had to agree with her. True friends keep us going, keep us grounded, and are always there. Michelle made me want to visit Provence with her post, 6 Things I'm looking forward to in Provence. Even after a tough start Katrina managed to look on the bright side of her week in My Week at a Glance. Michaela discussed what to do while the kids are away, her kids staying with grandparents she was planning a trip to London. Rebecca shared a post that had me shouting, I'm the not a perfect mum touched my heart. Thanks for sharing Rebecca.



That's it for my What I Read May Roundup but join me next week for more sharing. I've got some great posts lined up!

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for including me here and in such great company, I can't wait to check out the posts I've not read here, thank you xx

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    1. You're welcome hun, I hope you enjoy reading. xx

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  2. Thanks for including me again lovely. You really do share a fabulous round-up of posts - so many here that I will go - or go back - and read xx

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    1. You're welcome hun and thank you. Enjoy reading. xx

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  3. so glad I came across this post, i've booked marked a few to read as I'm always on the look out for more realistic blogging

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    1. Oh me too hun. There's plenty of great reads here and I'm back every Sunday with more! :) Glad to help. xx

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  4. Love your round ups Morgan. You and I have very similar tastes and I know I'll always find several gems that I've not already read x

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    1. I'm so glad ReneƩ, that's the main reason I share these posts. I love being able to showcase other bloggers and think it's great that others enjoy discovering them, through me. Thank you so much for letting me know you enjoy these posts, I really appreciate it. xx

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