Each month I do a post rounding up ten (or more) of my favourite pieces I’ve found around WordPress this particular month. They may not have actually been written this month, it’s just when I stumbled across them. I hope you like some (or all) of the ones that I especially enjoyed this month!

You can read my favourite posts from May and June as well.

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Feel Good Pantry Essentials on Mama Eats Plants

This is a long post, but it is seriously useful if you’ve ever considered going for a more plant-based diet. There are so many key ingredients and useful tips on this post. I will definitely be using it when I do my big shop soon!

(Food, veganism, shopping, eco-friendly)

My Guide To Hobbiton on Little Lost

This is a beautiful blog with some wonderful posts on it. In this particular post Francesca takes the reader on a tour of the Hobbiton set in New Zealand. It’s been on my bucket list ever since I saw the LOTR movies, so it was a really great read.

(New Zealand, Travel, Solo-Travel)

BJJ Globetrotters Summer Camp 2018 on BJJ Minion

“This years summer camp featured 270 grapplers for six days training with over 25 instructors…”

As someone who practices BJJ, and has always wanted to go on a BJJ Globetrotters Camp, this was a great post. I might have to start saving my pennies so that I can go sometime soon!

(Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Travel, Iceland)

Going Self-Hosted – Maybe It Shouldn’t Be Your Goals on Beautiful, Inspiring, Creative… Life

I’ve always wondered whether going self-hosted was something that I should be thinking about for Isabella Hume. This post definitely gave me food for thought. I love WordPress and the plan I’m on at the moment (the community aspect is especially important), but I do find it limiting that I don’t have access to the HTML…

(Blogging, WordPress, Blogging Tips)

My New Reading Goal on Welcome To Our Campfire

“The Newbery Award is given out each year by the American Library Association to the most distinguished children’s book from the previous year, starting in 1922.”

(Reading, Children’s Books)

A Beginners Guide to SEO on Jenny in Neverland

It was a goal of mine for my 25 by 25 challenge to learn some more about SEO (search engine optimization), and this posts lays it out really well and doesn’t make it seem as overwhelming as some other articles I’ve seen!

(Blogging, SEO, Blogging Guide)

24 Hours in Copenhagen on Ethno

“From New Nordic cuisine, (it’s home to a restaurant repeatedly voted the best in the world) to distinctive and trend-setting Scandinavian design.”

(Travel, Denmark, Ethical Travel)

Confessions of An Unredeemed Fan on Longreads

“The public loved to see Amy fucking up. They loved to hate her, loved to judge her, loved to feel bad for her. They loved to relate to her, whatever the terms of that relation […] Fifty years after the emergence of Morton Jellinek’s disease model of alcoholism, people are still trying to figure out if it’s a sickness or a sin.”

This is a fascinating read. If you’ve got twenty minutes on a lunch break I definitely recommend that you check it out.

(Music, Longread, Addiction)

Berlin Street Art on We Did It Our Way

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One of the many beautiful photos on We Did It Our Way.

(Art, Travel, Germany)

Find Your Way Using The Stars on Ghost Nebula Blog

“Look up and try to find your way. The first thing to do is to try and locate the North Star…”

(Astronomy, Guide)


Have you stumbled upon any fantastic blog posts this month? Share them below so I can go and check them out (and perhaps feature them in August’s round-up). Please do not share links to your own blog as I will simply consider that spam and not check it out. That’s not what this is for… this is about sharing the work of others.

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14 replies on “My Favourite Blog Posts: July

    1. No problem! Just trying to spread the word about a bit about blogs that are definitely worth a read! 😀

      1. All really interesting. I loved the info on the self hosting, the food storage post was awesome and the hobbit one was really neat… you picked great ones! 💗

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