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Lucy Corkhill

By Lucy Corkhill

26th November 2012

November is National Blog Posting Month, offering the perfect excuse for you to share your thoughts and experiences via the wonderful medium of blogging. Blogs have grown exponentially in the last five years and it seems just about everyone has one!

Lucy Corkhill

By Lucy Corkhill

26th November 2012

Lucy Corkhill

By Lucy Corkhill

26th November 2012

They can be a great way of connecting with like-minded parents and reaching out to one another in times of joy and challenge. We’ve rounded up some of our current favourites to give you a flavour of what’s out there. The why not set up your own? It’s free and fun!

The Zero Waste Home blog is literally jam packed with ideas for living a simpler, happier life for you and your family. Mum Bea Johnson embarked on a ‘Zero Waste’ lifestyle with her partner and two children, and she shares all her tips, insights and experiences here.

At Soule Mama, Amanda Blake Soule, mother of five unschooled children and crafter, shares her beautiful creations and reflections on living a life in tune with nature. You can download delicious heart-centred recipes, knitting and sewing patterns, and homemade household products. Or just go along and be uplifted and inspired by her wise words.

The Beautiful Breastfeeding blog is packed with gorgeous photos and images of breastfeeding from around the world. There are some truly wonderful pictures here, perfect for a browse when you’re feeding to gain that connection with women everywhere nurturing their babies.

RainbowMama started her blog as a way of recording the magical moments with her unschooled son. Check out her blog for lovely photos and stories of their adventures, living a simple life in tune with nature.

On the Carried Family blog, you can follow the gentle adventures of Arwen and her family. Always thoughtful, often inspirational, it is a blog about pausing and making the most of precious family time.

Sustainable Mum is the mother of two children living in a rural village as sustainably as she can. On her blog you can find lots of delicious recipes and her recommendations for books that nourish her family life.

At HerbMother, herbalist and mother Latisha shares her wisdom on feminine magic and nurturing self care. You can also find out her guerrilla gardening plans on her Sowing Sunshine Project.

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