My blog is a parenting lifestyle blog, centered around parents straying away from perfect parenting. For years, I attempted the facade of perfect parenting and I failed miserably. I wanted to encourage other parents to live their best lives without trying to do and be everything perfect.
We provide parenting hacks, tips and provide a platform to explore life outside of parenting as well. I have an element of fitness to my blog, because I used to weigh nearly 400 pounds and lost over 200 pounds of it. I encourage other men & women to live healthy lives with their children. We also travel, and seek adventure as a family. Coming soon we will be sharing Colorado’s best adventures.
My blog is about blogging, lifestyle, and writing. I write posts that express me and who I am as a person, but also that can be beneficial to my readers as well. In short, I write about what I love and what makes me happy. I have only a small space on the Internet, but I want to touch lives and talk about topics that mean a lot to me.
The thing that inspired me to start my blog would be simply the fact that I’ve always wanted a blog, but I never thought it was something I could do.
And then one hot summer day, I finally was spontaneous and logged onto WordPress and created a blog. It might’ve been the craziest thing I’d ever done, but I have never regretted it for a minute. I’ve never been one of those extremely outgoing people, but blogging sets a fire inside of me that can’t be put out.
My blog is a lifestyle and travel blog that delves into the day in the life of a twenty-something year old in today’s modern world. I talk a lot about mental health, how to approach different situations, as well as talk about other things that interest me, like books and music. When referring to someone in a story, I’ll use gender neutral pronouns.
I was inspired to create this blog because I’ve always had ideas in my head about things I wanted to talk about, but literally no one to talk about them with.
Originally my blog started out as a way for me to tie faith into my everyday life, like a Christian blog, but there was only so much I felt that I could do with it, before I got bored. So I rebranded and created A Dynamic Mentalitya year later.
Our blog is called Monkey’s Tale. We have both enjoyed international travel for many years and for the past 16 years have been traveling together.
In 2017 we decided that life is too short, so we decided to travel full-time through South Asia for 20 months.
As with many travel bloggers, we started Monkey’s Tale to share our adventures and pictures with family and friends. The longer we traveled the more we realized that we were gaining valuable information that other travelers could use.
We are now beginning to include helpful tips for others traveling to these interesting destinations on our blog.
“In a country full of Instagrammers, I decided to be a Blogger.”
Hello, myself Sagar Samy – Media Blogger and Social Media Influencer from Karachi, Pakistan. Being blogger and influencer, you need to be an all-rounder. The journey of blogging started in 2015 when I thought to have such website where I can share my views. So, I joined WordPress as a blogging platform for beginners. My first blog was about Fashion – Fashion Pakistan Week (FPW) – then I shifted towards entertainment, I started writing reviews about dramas/films and begun sharing highlights of the events. Once I get enough recognition as Lifestyle Blogger, then I started writing about tech and travelogues as well. I read many national and international blogs, but particularly for film critics, I followed Shafiq Ul Hasan Siddiqui’s blog. As he does excellent reviews about films. So, I couldn’t stop myself taking inspiration from him.
I have also contributed my content to Dunya Blogs and Trending in Pakistan amongst others. That’s how my blogging career officially kicked off. I have earned money from blogging, but due to lack of consistency and time management it is hard to post a blog regularly; but still, I try my best to post quality content whenever I get time.
We are the regular people who quit their once adventurous lifestyle to settle down in Europe with steady eight-to-four jobs. We want to change the myth that quitting your “boring” job to travel will improve your life. In most cases, it won’t.
Traveling does not require giving up your lifestyle, job, and family. And it’s not true you cannot afford it unless you have a CEO salary. Believe us, if we can afford it, so can you.
Looking for some help or inspiration? Check our ready-to-use travel itineraries and plan your trip in no time.
Is about motherhood and what lies beyond. The slightly longer backstory is that motherhood, for me, opened up an entire new level of existence. I have been plagued by existential angst for most of my twenties and early thirties, and growing past that demanded I face some of my deepest fears. It required that I look both inside and outside, and as I shed my previous assumptions about reality I started to rebuild a new foundation.
Motherhood, with its raw honesty, ethereal love and deeper connection to life around me was not only the frightening initiator but also the anchor that led me through it. In an odd way, I wouldn’t want to be my existential struggle, since life today is infused with much more meaning. I find myself having honest discussions about the deeper meaning of it all with old as well as new friends that are living the motherhood experience with me, but – true to the nature of motherhood – we rarely have time to finish them properly. That’s what this blog does.
I was one of those children to convincingly state I’m going to be a writer, who wrote stories everywhere on everything, until real life silenced that voice and practical choices overshadowed it altogether. However, if there is anything that life has taught me, it’s that we gravitate towards our passions in one way or another. We move towards that which lights us up and fires our engines, and if we choose to live in the shadows, we slowly kill that which we call our spirit. Writing makes up a small part of my day job, which I love, but I have been itching to arrange and write my own thoughts in my own words for several years. Editing blogs and writing copy for work only made me more convinced that I need to start writing of my own pen, or I’ll channel all that creative energy into something far less productive.
In short, I write because I want to share the honest, raw experience of being a mother. I write to counteract all the selfies, the blissful-holiday-picture, the rosy new-baby-pictures flooding our social media feeds. I write because those pictures do not reflect the true experience, at least not for me. Motherhood is the most joyous of heights, an entirely different level of existence, but it is also bottomless fear; fear of when my own life will end, fear of losing my child, fear of failure. If it resonates with someone, somewhere, it’s enough to keep me going.
New Lune is a beauty & lifestyle blog written in English and French. I feature a variety of posts ranging from blogging tips to products reviews, study tips to home décor ideas in order to give inspiration and tips to others.
One of the things that inspired me to create a blog was the fact that I loved reading blogs and I was interested in the blogging world in terms of blog design, social media, etc.
Also, I wanted to have a platform to share my hobbies and passion, to raise awareness on issues that are close to my heart and to speak with other people who share the same passion as me.
My blog has a little bit of everything in it… but most importantly it`s got a lot of ‘love’put into every one of its posts. There’s a little bit of me in every post I write.
Inspiration is a funny thing, you could look at a bird and be inspired or simply sit on a chair, listen to a speaker and be inspired. None of that happened to me though.
I am very rarely inspired by people or things. Sometimes, it is just that spot decision I make to do/start something and I’ve got to do it. The journey of the creation of this blog was something like that. And of course I did have many many thoughts that made more sense to start writing them down, then just let them get away. I couldn’t have been more pleased by the decision of starting a blog and for the many choices I’ve made in life, this one ranks right up there, in my top 3.