Best blogs to read in #AllSortsofBlogs 76

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This is where I share #AllSortsofBlogs in my pick of the best blogs to read from recent weeks (or months!).

Firstly thank you so much for ALL 39 of your links!  Again, feel free to add any or all of your favourite posts to the linky.  I’ll share all posts across my various social media ~ twitter, pinterest, g+.

The door’s always open with a new linky starting on the last Friday of the month…

And if you’d like to add my badge, it’s at the bottom of this post.  Thanks.


Now on to my best reads of recent months (as ever, it’s a varied and interesting list and some really are from the archives of my bookmarked reads!):

Let’s start with a beautifully written piece of flash fiction when put into the context of the author’s inspiration…


Morgan Prince gives a very good reason to get into ‘stealth education’!


A very thought-provoking, debate-inducing post from Books By Women about how hormones affect our creative process…



A really honest, thought-provoking, discussion-invoking post from reclusive fox on why encouraging someone experiencing depression to think positively is a  double-edged sword…


If there’s only one reason to love this post from Madeline at This Glorious Life, it’s the banana pancake with added chocolate!  And also the 6 ways to boost your happiness levels.  What’s not to like?


Thank you to these wonderful bloggers for linking up last month.  It’d be lovely to have you along for the ride again this month! Bryony from Perfectly Imperfect Mama, Michelle from Monsterful Mama, Megan from Everything in Between, Karen from The Next Best Thing to Mummy, Dee at The Life of Dee, Rosie from A Rosie World and Clare from Freddies Mummy.


I hope you enjoyed these as much as I did.


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