I’m finally back to share some of my favourite blogs, vlogs, podcasts and all-round good eggs from around the web. I’ve continued to share my favourite reads on Twitter and Facebook but this is the first time I’m getting ’round to sharing a full #sharethelove post with you in 2017. This week I’ve used my spare time to continue learning more about sustainability in terms of the way we live our lives. I’m not planning to make any major changes but to continue being mindful and ensure I learn more. I currently try very hard to avoid using coffee cups and plastic bottles. I’ve also worked hard at getting outside of my comfort zone during February and so far it’s going well. It’s giving me the motivation I need to keep working hard towards my goals.
I hope you’ve all had a good week and I wish you lots of happiness and productivity for the week ahead.
Enjoy the links:
Sophie made this cute video about our #24hoursinParis. I hope I get to do more travel with her in 2017.
I love learning how to make new cocktails so this video by Luca on how to make a Jameson Caskmates Manhattan is fab.
Monica from The Travel Hack has launched the second round of her course. I got involved towards the end of last year and loved it. I found it very useful for learning how to pitch to brands and having Monica on hand to ask questions too. If you have any questions then I’ll be more than happy to tell you more about my experience.
My sister introduced me to Olive a few months ago and I just love their dresses.
Hannah’s post about homelessness is an important read.
I recently found out about The People’s Fridge. It’s London’s first community fridge, where people can give and take spare food. Follow them over on Twitter for more info.
I really must make this Ginger Apple Cider which I found over on Fresh Off The Grid. It sounds delicious and the photos to accompany it are lovely.
I’m really enjoying Ed Goodman’s Behind The Freelancer interview series.
Photographer Tom Blachford shot the homes of Palm Springs by the light of the full moon.
For fantastic make-up, fashion and beautiful lighting check out Lima’s Instagram page.
Connor explains autism through his story in this video.
People Tree do the cutest striped t-shirts and they’re focused on creating ethical and environmentally sustainable fashion.
Claireabellemakes has a beautiful selection of glittery heart brooches and she’s just added 6 more colours to the collection.
I adore Angloyankophile’s Instagram page. It’s filled with travel, style, food and much more.
I’ve been enjoying the Sustainababble postcast for a while now. Each week they chat about the environment and sustainability.
I’m always looking for new content to read and share. Feel free to send me your blog posts or the best that you’ve read recently over on Twitter or in the comment section below.