What I Read 17

I'm still working on the Macbook Air but hopefully my iMac will be fixed by tomorrow. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

It's been another brilliant week for reading blog posts and I have a great selection for you in this week's What I Read. 

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Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 17: Janette of Life with Six Kids

A post that touched my heart and made me marvel at her strength was Two years ago, my world fell apart written by Janette Davey. The things that Janette has been through could put anyone on their bottom but she found a way through. I was so pleased that she now sees a rainbow, she truly deserves it.

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 17: Victoria Welton of Vevivos.com

When you talk to people do you find yourself correcting their speech in your head? I do it all the time, especially with children. Various things drive me mad but like Victoria Welton, I think F should not replace TH. There are so many reasons this is annoying. Another thing that really bothers me is shortening 'wouldn't' to wunt and 'couldn't' to... well, you get it.

As a parent we do all kinds of jobs without realising and a post that summed up the skills of a parent brilliantly was The Many Roles of a Parent written by @PoopRainbowMama. I loved this and the drawings made me giggle.

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 17: Jaime Oliver of Olivers Madhouse Blog
In all the years I've been blogging I've heard many bloggers rave about various conferences. There's Britmums Live, Tots 100 Blog Camp, and many others. I have never been to a conference myself, my shyness holds me back, but I do love reading about the fun people have. Jaime Oliver attended Blog On recently and wrote her post Brilliance at Blog On. She had lots of fun taking photos and enjoyed a night at the Hard Rock Cafe too. One of these days I will attend a conference, I just need to pluck up the courage first!

Morgan's Milieu | What I Read 17: Hannah Gale

If you've ever been interested in turning your blogging hobby into a full-time job then this post from Hannah Gale will be useful. She gives 21 tips to take your blog to the next professional level and includes things like "have business cards". I loved this post because she's not trying to put herself out there as an expert but just giving tips. 

Finally a post that I loved this week was written by Sarah. She is retraining to become a Cognitive Hypnotherapist and enjoying it. This post proves that you can choose to change what you do at any time and doing something that you enjoy can make a huge difference to your life. A really great, uplifting post. Good for you Sarah. 

See you next week for more What I Read.


  1. aww thank you for reading and double thank you for sharing too lovely, it would be fab to finally meet you at a conference! x

    1. One of these days I'll be there Jaime, and you'll probably die of shock! ;)

      You're welcome hun, I really enjoyed reading the post and it's encouraged me to build up my confidence. :)