Yesterday, I wrote a roundup of the year, with regards to travelling, blogging and personal goals. Today, I wanted to highlight my favourite blogs this year. There are so many great blogs out there it would be impossible to cover all of them, but here are a few of my favourites (mainly in the categories of vegan food, cooking or travel):
Joy the Baker – not vegan, but an inspiring baking blog
Flicking the Vs – firm favourite, another London vegan blogger
Twenty-Something Travel – I followed this blog awhile ago when Stephanie was just getting started on travelling, then rediscovered it recently
Adventurous Kate – another favourite travel blog; as a woman who loves to travel on my own, I relate to this blog with the tagline ‘Solo Female Travel Blog’ (although like Kate, I am doing less solo travel these days)
Almost Fearless – this is an unusual one in that I have very little in common with the writer, who’s travelling long-term with two kids, but I love reading her writing nonetheless
Zen Habits – a minimalist blog, this one doesn’t quite fit into my usual reading habits, but the great articles on living a simpler and happier life are always a good read
Cadry’s Kitchen – a fellow Midwesterner, I can relate to the lovely Cadry who’s based in Iowa and I also love her creativity which she incorporates so well into her blog
Keepin’ it Kind – always has great recipes and beautiful photographs, but the best part is the way Kristy incorporates stories into her posts (she’s a great writer)
Veganoo – reviews of new UK vegan products, this is a new go-to resource for me in discovering the latest vegan products on offer in England
Vegan Eats & Treats – I fell in love with Amey’s ‘Noshtalgia’ theme over Vegan Mofo month, which featured some really moving posts linking family and friends, food and memories
How do you organise your blog reading? Since the demise of Google Reader, I’ve discovered Feedly, which I find far superior (it’s so beautiful and easy to organise) – I highly recommend it!
What are your favourite blogs? I’m looking for suggestions of what I should be reading in 2014! :) Happy New Year, everyone!