Thursday, January 27, 2011

For the Love of Blogs: January

I desperately need to update my Link Love page. Hard to believe, but there's tons more than the 60 or so blogs I have listed that I actually follow. I'll get around to that soon! In the meantime, I plan to take my mom's lead and spend some time each month showcasing a couple of my favorites. Here we go...

One of the first blogs I started reading with any regularity was A Thousand Words. Jen is a native of South Africa, currently living in England, planning her family's move to New Zealand. Makes me tired just thinking about it! Her beautiful photography (especially of food - yum!) and her organizational skills are to be coveted, and her Inspiration for Decoration blog was what motivated me to create my Droolworthy Decor blog. If you haven't happened upon her blog before, definitely give it a look. It's sure to be one that you add to your list of everday reads!

Daily Drop Cap is just that - a blog where each day designer and illustrator Jessica Hische showcases another letter graphic that you can use as a drop cap on your blog. She's working on the 12th alphabet now, so there's tons of letters to choose from. Go check it out!

Rounding out this month's favorites is the first blog I go to each day - Under the Sycamore. Ashley is a momma of four little ones and is crafty to the core. She's a regular contributor over at Design*Sponge and Design Aglow, but I think her real claim to fame (aside from her loving heart, as is showcased in post after post) is how she's designed her own house with vintage, thrifted pieces and good old creativity. Definitely head her way for some good reading!

Be sure to check back towards the end of next month, when I'll be highlighting some more of my favorites!


sara said...

Great...more blogs I have to follow now! How will I have the time?

marie said...

I really love "Under The Sycamore" - thanks for sharing that one with before. Now I need to check out the others.

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