Hi there, welcome to this month's edition of Not Just A Mom Link Up. Along with the lovely ladies list below, I co-host this link up party each month. If you have a blog make sure you join us on the second Monday of each month. And then visit those who have linked up to see what they have to share on the topic.
Conveniently the topic this month is "Favourite Bloggers" (I spell that with a "u" as the token Canadian in the group) and it just so happens that my fellow co-hosts are some of my favourite bloggers. We are all pretty similar in that we share things about our lives and families (and Dara has a special emphasis on books). I like visiting their blogs each day and know we have the same sort of things going on in our lives, and also to see those things that are different given the places they live and the ages of their children).
Some other blogs I read on a regular basis:
Natasha and Sarita - my Canadian bloggers. They live within an hour and half from me and we have never met in person, but (not to be presumptuous!) someday we will, right ladies?
Shay, Andrea, Erika - these ladies are all friends and live in Texas. It was after reading their blogs that I was inspired to write my own and I keep up to date with them still (and mostly fascinated by life in Texas).
And a few other people I like to follow on Instagram (who may have blogs but I don't often visit them):
@easyanimalfree -Anna Pippus is from Vancouver and posts vegan meals. She just published a cookbook too.
@best.city.shots - Since we haven't been able to travel, I have just enjoyed seeing these beautiful photos.
@gocleanco - This account really took off during the pandemic. Another Canadian! She shows us how to clean our houses and has many tips and tricks I've used here.
@earthyandy - I love Hawaii and I love trying vegan recipes (plus Canadian!) so this is perfect. We have her cookbook and we make the smoothie bowls, salad bowls, and desserts often.
@prettylittlelondon - Another account that inspires travel. My mom bought her book and it is a collection of lovely little spots in London to visit (someday!).
Looking forward to this year's topics.