I have bookmarked so many blogs on my laptop and I am constantly finding new ones to add. My favorites are always rotating so I thought I’d share a few of my current regulars with you.
I met Elizabeth Stark at Camp Mighty last year and I immediately loved her. What a genuinely wonderful and inspiring person she is. She writes the very popular food blog Brooklyn Supper with her husband Brian. I had never before read it, but I was excited to do so. Let me tell you it is addictive. I love how she combines her lyrical writing with her fantastic food. I have made several of her recipes so I can attest to their deliciousness. And even when I don’t have the time to make the recipes, I just love hanging out in her beautiful blog world, filled with compelling thoughts, mouth-watering food and gorgeous photography.
I took an art workshop with Alisa Burke a few years ago and I immediately developed a bit of a girl crush on her. First of all, she’s adorable but also, she is one of the most creative people I’ve ever met. I regularly look to her blog for all things creative. She has tons of art, drawing, painting, crafting and everything DIY you could ever want. She just blossoms with creativity and it is evident that she is the embodiment of all that she creates. Her blog is pure inspiration.
I first came across Justina Blakeney’s Instagram feed and I was smitten. Her photos are colorful, compelling and very, very Boho (which is totally my thing). So then I checked out her blog and it is even more of all those things. It’s a little bit decor, a little bit style, a little bit DIY… and a whole lot of fabulous. I love it.
The Organic Sister is a blog written by life coach Tara Wagner. I have never met Tara in person but she and I are both teachers in the upcoming 21 Secrets Online Art Journaling workshop. As soon as I started reading her blog I fell way, way down into The Organic Sister rabbit hole. It’s clear to me that Tara is a wonderfully enlightened woman and I love reading her perspective on life, love and parenting. I go to her blog when I need some uplifting thoughts and some spiritual growth. Her beautiful essence radiates through the screen and touches me deeply.
And last but not least is a blog written by one of my very best friends Justine Hebron. Her blog is about her life as a runner but mostly it’s about running as a metaphor for life. I aspire to one day write as eloquently and heartfelt as she does. Her blog is personal, poignant and funny at the same time. I love it and I love her and I’m sure you will too.
I am always so incredibly inspired by people who are able to take their thoughts, energy and creativity and manifest something tangible for the world to digest. I hope you give these blogs a click. I promise you, each one of them is totally worth it.