How I found my Niche and where I go for Inspiration online
Today, I share with you my top 10 favorite design bloggers! Enjoy responsibly:) Best with scissors, paper, and glue. All of these fantastic writers explore Art, Design, DIY, and lifestyle topics. While some of these writers you may already follow, I hope you will discover someone new. Also, if you also have a site, I invite you to share your link with us at the bottom of this post.
With the 1-year anniversary of my blog rapidly approaching, I have been truly reflecting on all that I set out to accomplish within the first year of this new blog. As you may remember from my welcome post, I wrote another personal blog as a hobby for years and I wanted to create something new.
I started with 2-3 goals in mind.
Let me also say there are many talents in the craft, design and DIY genres. Today, I would like to share with you 10 of my favorites.
These are the blogs that I enjoy weekly and look to for insight about approaching the big picture in this relatively new field.
Here are some of my most popular articles that I have written within the past year. Do you have a second to spare? I have a few quick questions for you! I'd love to hear more about what you are looking for. Do you enjoy reading articles within a certain niche or genre? Are you also a blogger, and if so, how long hav you been writing? Please feel free to share your site link in the comments.
I would love to check out your work! Hope you enjoy the links:)
HI, I'M HILARY.
A Day in the Life, is where I share inspiration for a handmade lifestyle from natural dye methods, textile techniques, and the best of California design. I love dreaming up products for a sustainable artful home. I offer creative workshops to inspire you to live your best life by connecting you to your creativity and others. I hope to meet you in person at one of my workshops for creative people like you!
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