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My Silly Little Gang gives a glimpse of the life of Silvie with her husband and three rambunctious boys. Aside from personal accounts of family life, you can also find her favorite recipes and recommendations of family-friendly places to visit.
And if you're a little bit curious about verticle sleeve gastrectomies (VSG) or Nutrisystem for weight loss, get some first-hand info on the subject from Silvie. She has tried different weight loss solutions and chronicled her experiments with them. Also check out weight loss recipes and products she's tried.
Susie Lindau is a fiction and non-fiction writer, jet setter, and poster child of early detection. Her blog, aptly called Susie Lindau's Wild Side, is a reflection of the thriver that she is.
Join her as she walks you through the adventures and misadventures she’s encountered in the different places she's traveled to. She also gives a peek of her crazy journey to being cancer-free in her Boobs Report. And if you're an aspiring writer or blogger, check out her blog tips!
Don’t miss out on her interviews with interesting people who have embraced their wild side! Among them are an FBI profiler, a drug and alcohol counselor, and a 101-year-old man.
Clarissa's blog offers a peek into the mind of an academic as she shares her views on the many things that make up her reality.
Find thousands of posts on politics, literature, and philosophy, which are her favorite topics. She also likes to talk about everyday life, teaching, pop culture, and more.
Sharing her opinions on a wide range of topics from 2009 to present, the blog is a reflection of a rich inner life. Her passion to write down her thoughts is evident in her 100+ entries per month.
Scrapbook Blog, formerly Belle du Brighton, serves as the digital scrapbook of UK mom, Lauren. Originally dedicated to fashion and beauty topics, it now covers travel, food, and interiors.
Plutonium Sox serves as the digital archive of Natalie Ray. A freelance writer, wild swimmer, and runner living in rural Worcestershire.
A Working Journalist's no-frills blog featuring my stories about people, their passions, and their magnificent obsessions.
What is life like after retirement? Roddy says ‘positive’ and has got his blog to prove it!
Let Roddy Macleod take you on a day in the life of an information professional enjoying retirement. He travels, tries new food, and keeps active. Learn about his kayaking trip in the Isle of Barra, week-long tour of Bulgaria, 14-day cultural tour of Vietnam, and more.
Since he also loves to read books and talk about politics, you’ll get to see this side of him, too. And let’s not forget he worked as an information professional, so you can expect some interesting trivia and snippets of history in the Roddy Macleod blog.
Shane McDonald is an expert in software and web development, e-commerce, digital marketing, and social media marketing pro with a love for music and photography.
His artistic inclinations find expression on the platform, serving as a depository of his 400 piano chords, everything Queen-related, music information, and more. With his love of travel, he takes semi-pro photos of interesting things he’s seen in his trips and chronicles them. He also shares packing tips, hotel and restaurant reviews, and activity suggestions.
And if you need a good laugh, his collection of funny and worst jokes are there to cheer you up.
Just a space for me, as a frustrated author, to put up some stories and thoughts, opinions, ideas and tall tales, for you to enjoy, despise, or ignore. You choose.
13. Fish & Bicycles
Ponderings of a Bellingham man on topics that strike his fancy, from current events and personal life experiences to art, culture, technology, and sustainability. Browse through also his nature-themed photos in his gallery.
A peek into the world of wild, hilarious, and adventurous real-life couple, Louis and Char Magnifico. Find entertaining parodies, travel documentaries and stories, radio show clips, bikini mixed wrestling matches, and more.
This is the story of a sister's journey to find wisdom, happiness, and hope after losing a sibling whom she raised as her own to liver cancer. Besides her struggles dealing with the loss, she reserves a spot on her blog for cancer advocacy, self-development, and career coaching.
16. Oh My Heartsie
Oh My Heartsie is the digital platform of a great-grandma who is passionate about blogging, cooking, and gardening.
Read money-saving tips, garden tutorials and projects, favorite baking and cooking recipes, and more. And if you need help in making informed purchases, check out her reviews on a wide range of fashion, home, and tech products.
As a great-grandma and blogger, she shares parenting advice as well as strategies to grow your online presence or eCommerce shop.
What is it like to live in the land of beautiful landscapes, clean cities, and Northern lights? Let half-Iranian, half-Swedish Alexandra Lindberg take you on an immersive tour of Sweden!
My Life in Sweden offers in-depth information about the country by offering readers a local’s viewpoint. Great for anyone looking to visit or move there! Read not only about Swedish food, traditions, and touristy places but also about food and gas prices, where to get ice cream, how Mother’s Day is celebrated, and more.
You’ll also get to know Alexandra more as she shares personal stories from her fridge magnet collection and three-week interrailing experience in Europe to her favorite books and TV series.
Got a thing for lighthouses or curious about what it’s like to be a lighthouse keeper? New England Lighthouses is wholly dedicated to the topic!
Learn about the history of lighthouses in New England and their keepers. Find lectures on the topic, interviews with the lighthouse keepers, photographs of the towers, and more. If you’re interested in booking a lighthouse tour, that’s an option, too.
The blog is published by Jeremy D’Entremont, a maritime historian, lighthouse preservationist, tour guide, and photographer.
A feisty wife navigating life's twists and turns with wry and self-deprecating humor, a dose of pettiness, and a penchant for making the mundane sound interesting.
20. Claire Wade
Bed-bound and home-bound. Such was life for one woman struggling with severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, aka Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. For years, she found refuge in freely riding her imagination until she made a slow recovery and was able to put thoughts on paper. Read about her first novel, The Choice, as well as her experiences and reflections on living life with a debilitating condition.
Janmary is the creative and personal platform of a mom from Northern Ireland, Janine. With over 300 posts on family life, it offers an invitation to get to know the author intimately. It’s a mix of family history, parenting tips and reflections, personal stories, and favorite recipes. Every entry is made more enjoyable with her wonderful snapshots.
She also takes you for a walk through her jewelry designs, crafts, home decor creations, photos taken with her iPhone or trusty Fuji X100S camera, and travels in Northern Ireland and abroad. Browse through her gallery for inspiration.
Covert Book Report provides book reports, hidden histories, political news, personal views, and in-depth analysis of current events and social issues.
23. My Kaleidoscope
My Kaleidoscope is a peek into the lens of an electronic engineer who finds life's shifting and colorful patterns interesting.
Read up on Sanjeev's ramblings and musings on life through his vast collection of poetry, stories, and reflections. He likes to talk about India, Singapore, love, cricket, technology, and nature, among others.
Take a peek at places he's been to through the photos he shares with his readers. See pictures of his travels in Bangkok, Siem Reap, Tamil Nadu, Chikmagalur, and more.
A treasure trove of beauty and style pointers, great food and home-tested recipes, DIY projects, time-saving tips, health articles, organizing hacks, product reviews and giveaways, and so much more!
Not Before Coffee is the personal blog of Gayla Baer-Taylor, a self-professed worrywart, life-long learner, early adopter of social media, and Christian. Started in 2005, it served as Gayla's platform to share her thoughts on politics, religion, and life in general--topics her grandma told her to never discuss at the dinner table or anywhere else. Pick her brain on universal issues such as divorce and depression, as well as on polarizing American topics such as Black Lives Matter and Donald Trump.
26. What Mel Did
The digital journal of Melinda Fargo. A delightful collection of sincere and sarcastic musings on life by a newspaper columnist, editor-in-chief, amateur photographer, public speaker, and widowed mother of four grown-up children (who don't oppose her entering the dating scene again but warn her not to do 'daft things' like lift a six-person sofa).
5 Things to do Today features helpful information and tips on just about anything—and in fives, of course. Find features on five things to do at an upcoming social event (like the Frank Skinner showbiz show), five ways to fix a problem (such as a poor internet connection or transitioning to university life), and more.
28. Mind Connections
The Personal blog of someone yearning to connect with individuals committed to self- improvement and positive thinking. It touches the subject of personal energy, the power of thought, happiness, forgiveness, authenticity, alignment, positive principles, and everything else that leads to a full life.
A blog and works of the noted military historian, photographer, and published author - John Michael
Kreative Discussions is a digital platform for those who love ideas--whether it be encountering them for the first time, playing with them, or finding their practical applications. But mostly, they are seen as tangible solutions to daily challenges or obstacles.
Expect to find editorials on health and fitness, politics, spiritual matters, relationships, and more. These thought-provoking vehicles are meant to get to the core of things or find new angles to approach traditional or modern thought.
On a lighter note, you can also find a couple of movie reviews.