my favorite lifestyle blogs:
the mighty markup and panda poses– my youngest sister writes about the modern language in a hilarious way on the mighty markup. she also provides editing services for essays, dissertations, books, and other writings at a reasonable price. panda poses is her personal blog. check her out!
laughs and giraffes and 918 plate – my adorable “cousin-in-law” writes about her life, finishing college, her adoption experience, and much more on her lifestyle blog, laughs and giraffes. at 918 plate, she and my cousin dish out (see what i did there?!) delicious recipes with lots of pictures.
skinny meg – she has lots of motivating stories and fitness tips from her own experience. she also shares house updates and funny stories about her family.
the daily tay – this chicago comedian is high-larious. she posts funny things almost every day. plus, she loves her adorable dog and wears super cute outfits.
storyline blog – this blog is run by one of my favorite writers, donald miller. there are new posts every day and i especially like the saturday morning cereal posts.
jamie the very worst missionary – she’s follows suit with the storyline blog with honest talks about faith. a little humor never hurts either.
i am erin brown – (formerly fit mama training) she is funny, sweet, and hardcore about getting healthy. i love her youtube videos and blog posts.
my favorite beauty blogs:
cara loren – i honestly cannot pull off any of her looks, but i like seeing them. i can usually get ideas from her.
lauren elizabeth – i love her advice on easy fashion and beauty. i also enjoy reading about the things she shares about her life and kitties.
the small things blog – her hair tutorials are good for nearly everyone, including me and my mess of curls. she also posts on make-up and skincare.
my favorite education blogs:
larry ferlazzo’s websites of the day – he posts A LOT. but it’s all good and up to date info!
free technology for teachers – some of these ideas work and some of them don’t, but i still like reading this one.
ask a tech teacher – straightforward blog. i usually read it once a week.
getting smart – this blog has tons of great ed tech articles.
the principal of change – i like his point of view. he’s a progressive principal. very interesting.
hack education – to be honest, this one is super informative but over my head sometimes. i check it about once a month or so.