Black Bloggers to Follow
Expand your following with Karla Harmer's round up of bloggers of color and one of their featured articles to help make life easy. Here, you will travel the world with stories, access free printables, learn a wonderful self-care routine, and so much more.
As we are all trying to do better in equitable work - Karla is here to help spotlight bloggers of color that you may not normally come across in your search. "With everything that is going on in the world today, there is a push for more and more companies to work with black bloggers and black influencers and to provide equal pay. Today we are not going to go too deep into this. This is about providing companies with black bloggers that have smaller and more engaged audiences, but it’s also about supplying readers with a list of black bloggers that they can follow and support, and why they should support a smaller blogger."
Black Bloggers to Follow
The Happy Mustard Seed + Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle -North Padre Island National Seashore
Karla, of The Happy Mustard Seed, a mom of two super great kids, is married to her college sweetheart and is an advocate for simple, functional, purposeful family life. She focuses on food, travel and Family Life.
Read about how Karla and her family participated in a sea turtle rescue and release and day at the beach!
Freely Nat + How to Write the Perfect Blog Post
Natalie, of Freely Nat, is an outspoken yet introverted mom and lifestyle blogger. She is a mother to three awesome kiddos: Kaydence, Madelynn, and Clayton. She resides in the great state of South Carolina — Go Gamecocks! Most days, you’ll find her cuddling with one of her kids or searching the internet to teach herself something that will make her life, and yours, a little bit easier!
To learn how to write a blog post, check out Natalie's post with helpful tips, tricks, and insider information. "So you want to write a blog post but not sure what to do? Well, first, JUST START. Getting your thoughts down on paper…"
Learning to Be Free + Daily Self-Care Checklist
Briana of Learning To Be Free is all about taking a deep look into yourself, figuring out what ways you’re limiting your life, and taking intentional steps forward to living the way you want.
She is here to share her experiences (including personal ones) and bring you tips and resources about self-care, self-discovery, and self-improvement to help you achieve your goals and live the life you deserve.
Plus, did you know there are 8 dimensions of self-care? This article will help you create a daily self-care checklist that includes all of the 8 dimensions of self-care so you can lead a happier and more fulfilling life.
Uniquely Mickie + Selling Clothes
Makaela of Uniquely Mickie is a twenty-something year old life and style blogger and pharmacist living in Charlotte, North Carolina. On her blog, you’ll find travel guides, lifestyle tips, style advice and more.
In this blog post, she shares her tricks on how she made over 2k by selling her old clothes online using an app! It’s super easy to get started and make some extra cash!
Do You Salut + How to Learn French
Summer of Do You Salut considers herself the master pep talk giver, tea lover, sharing stories and tips on travel, life, and everything in between.
In this post, Summer shares six ways to learn French...on social media! There are many creative ways to learn a new language when Duolingo isn’t hitting the mark. Here are 6 Instagram accounts to help you learn French for your next adventure.
Come Wag Along + Free Printable Affirmation Cards
Kia from Come Wag Along is a North Carolina native who started her blog and shares her experiences as a new dog owner. Her blog has now expanded to include her experiences as a new working mommy and wife as well.
Learn why affirmations are important - especially for children - from Kia! Here, you wil learn how to write affirmations for kids. Plus, she inludes a set of FREE printable affirmation cards to download.
Hues Of Delahaye + A Travel Itinerary
Delahaye of Hues of Delahaye is a scientist who loves to travel, and her blog is about how she gets to do what she loves to do in spite of working a regular 9 to 5.
The post is a detailed guide on how to spend a weekend in Porto from where to stay, what to eat, see and do in the city for anyone visiting for the first time.
Is there a blog or blogger we missed? Be sure to leave a note in the comments!