9 more blogs I read every day

blogs i read every day There's little I love more than finding new blogs to be obsessed with - you know the ones where you stumble upon them and just want to read everything in their archives because they're THAT good? I did a little round up of some of my faves last September, but I've discovered some more beauties since then. And since I'm a big believer in spreading the love, today I thought I'd share with you 9 more blogs I read every day...

1) The Elle Next Door

I don't know how I've only just stumbled upon Elle's blog, but boy am I glad I did! I love it so much - she writes in such a relatable and funny way that it's just like sitting down and having a cuppa with one of your mates. Her outfit shots are always totally dreamy, and her travel posts always have me checking Skyscanner for flights. Her blog is slick but still totally personable which is a pretty hard balance to strike, but she is nailing it.

2) Fashion Nomads

Fashion Nomads is written by a fellow Sophie, but one that is far more photogenic and witty than myself! I love reading her musings about being a twenty something and always find myself nodding my head along to everything she writes and her photography is pretty bloody babin' too. Definitely check her out for some outfit inspo!

3) Apartment Number 4

Apartment Number 4 is another blog I really wish I'd found sooner! It's an interiors and lifestyle blog based in lovely Yorkshire, and it is just so darn swoon-worthy. Honestly, the photography is so so gorgeous, and the mix of lifestyle, fashion and interiors content helps to keep everything super fresh and inspiring. This blog is definitely one to add to your favourites list if you're planning on freshening up your home for the new season.

4) Bianca Bass

I have to admit that when I stumbled upon Bianca's blog, I loved it so much I ended up reading the entire archive! Super fangirl over here or what?! Bianca writes about all things careers, covering topics such as creativity, writing and productivity, and I always find her posts so inspiring. She also has a pretty awesome newsletter that you should subscribe to if you like her blog.

5) Wonderful You

Another blog that I am VERY late to the party on, but hey, whatcha gonna do??? Megs' writing is so emotive and beautiful, but it's her photos and sense of personal style that have coming back again and again - she wouldn't look out of place in one of your favourite glossy magazine. Wonderful You is also a lesson in how to totally NAIL having a personal brand, something I've never quite managed myself!

6) Paper Planes & Caramel Waffles

Paper Planes & Caramel Waffles is a travel blog written by the lovely Emma, who is a fellow Leeds blogger. She has some amazing adventures (Nepal was her most recent - it looked incredible!) and writes beautiful posts about them that always have me daydreaming about all the places I want to visit. She also blogs about some of her more local trips and days out which is good for inspiration if you're based in the Yorkshire region.

7) Bumpkin Betty

I've actually been reading Jaclyn's blog for quite a while and have always enjoyed her style posts, but I definitely became even more of a fan after getting engaged back in September. She penned a wonderful Wedding Wednesdays series in the run up to her own (ridiculously beautiful) wedding back in November and it's a gold mine of bridal inspiration! The travel posts about her epic honeymoon are also pretty drool worthy.

8) Notes From Joana

Joana's blog is another one that I find super inspiring - not only is it very aesthetically pleasing, but her posts are always very uplifting and informative. Her whole blog is based around encouraging people to live a more mindful and intentional life, and I for one always leave feeling very motivated to crack on with my goals.

9) Pack Your Passport

Last, but by no means least, is Beverley's ace blog, Pack Your Passport. Beverley is an absolute travel blogging QUEEN, and as I've started to build more travel into my own blog, I have found Pack Your Passport to be a major source of inspiration. She manages to write about her travel experiences in such an emotive way that you feel like you've been through the entire rollercoaster journey with her, and that is such a skill. I'm so excited that Beverley is moving to Leeds next month (YAY!) and can't wait to hang out with her IRL.

What are your favourite blogs? I'm always looking for new ones to discover...