Friday Fabulous Five #65

The Friday Fabulous Five is my regular feature where I share five of my favourite blog posts that I have read in the previous fortnight – posts that have made me laugh, made me cry or made me think.  Here is my latest selection of five fabulous blog posts:

 

  • Feeling insecure in our own worth as a blogger, getting obsessed over stats and dealing with trolls can really suck the joy out of blogging.  Pouting in Heels shares a fabulous post on how to deal with the dark side of blogging.
  • Thankfully I’ve not yet had the conversation with either of my girls about where babies come from but Life, Love and Dirty Dishes‘ post about her children’s questions relating to it made me chuckle.
  • Siena Says also had me chuckling this week with her post about just what could go wrong when throwing a nappy into an outside bin from the safety of the back door.
  • Rhyming with Wine always makes me smile with her rhyming observations on parenthood and her post describing eating out with a toddler is just perfect.
  • Mum Muddling Through shared an interesting and thought-provoking post about when the blog days are over and how might the blogging journey end.

 

I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did and have a good weekend!  You can also find posts previously featured in my Friday Fab 5 on the Friday Fab 5 board over on Pinterest.

 

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4 thoughts on “Friday Fabulous Five #65

    1. Louise Post author

      My pleasure – it summed up eating out with a toddler so brilliantly! Hope you enjoy reading the other posts too 🙂

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  1. Mmt

    Made my day reading this! I hesitated for ages about publishing that post as felt it was a little negative in the sunny positive world of everyone loving blogging! But in the end, I thought if I was wondering it, others must be too?!
    Have a fab week lovely xxx

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    1. Louise Post author

      I didn’t read it as being negative at all – it’s something I don’t think we really think much about as bloggers and sometimes perhaps we should think about it more – I know from previous blogging experience that it’s unlikely to go on forever but thankfully I do have all my blog posts stored offline too. Hope you have a lovely week too 🙂

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