Follow Friday

I thought I'd do something a bit different and share a few of the bloggers I'm obsessing over at the moment; from PBloggers to foodies.

For getaways 

If you're anything like me then you're constantly looking for ways to keep your little'un entertained. Kiddo Adventures has made it so much easier for me to find the perfect days out - especially since her Instagram stories are always filled tips and tricks about how to save getaways.

"I started this blog to help other mums get out the house and have some fun with their little munchkins so I really hope it helps you. In 2015 I became a mother of a gorgeous little girl. It was about a month or two later (when I finally started sleeping again) that it actually hit me that I’m going to have to start leaving the house lol. I kept thinking what on earth an I’m going to do with a baby???" 

For on-the-go articles

Dear Young Mum is an online magazine perfect for younger mothers in need of some empowerment and advice. The clean navigation and easy reads make it perfect for when you've found yourself with a little 'me' time.
"We’re a collective movement of young mothers; building support, challenging perceptions and changing society through an online magazine, to achieve success on our own terms. Our aim is to provide a non-judgemental and supportive community for young mothers, encouraging them to take charge of their own lives, whatever the circumstances." 

For self-love 

We're all human and we all have our down days. Megan blogs on all things body positive with Instagram captions perfect for when you're in need of a little uplifting.

"I started @bodyposipanda after discovering the body positive movement and having my entire world changed. From intuitive eating, to bikini body confidence, to fatphobia and size prejudice, and of course, a whole lot of why the diet industry is bullshit. Get ready to make peace with your body. You really are perfect exactly as you are." @bodyposipanda 

For cooking inspo

London based Dominique shares her simple and affordable mouth-watering recipes, perfect for cooks of all levels of experience.

"At home, the main dishes I ate were Nigerian food (which I love) but I always found myself rushing home from school to watch shows like Ready Steady Cook. Watching how chefs were able to improvise and create cool new dishes always excited and inspired me. I started gathering random ingredients from around my kitchen and coming up with things that (quite luckily) always came out nice! As a uni student, everything I cook kinda has to be affordable but affordable doesn’t mean it can’t be gourmet! I appreciate quality and you can too. I’ll show you."

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