Today I will introduce you to the top 10 blogs I like, I read, I want to share.
The list is not a ranking, but each of the blogs is worth while to read.
You can learn something new, get inspired, see something interesting …
A good chance for me to rearrange my blog roll.
Hope you will enjoy.
You can learn something new every day from Patricia.
She writes very supportive blog posts.
Her intention is to help people, coaching them and guide a way to a happy life.
I have met Patricia during the UltimativeBloggingChallenge.
She for sure rang a string in me.
You have met Sharon Howard before.
She wrote the wonderful guest blog about that trip to the needle museum in Redditch.
Sharon’s Blog deals with her life.
Struggling with mental health issues, dealing with National Health. German people would struggle with health insurance.
I really admire that she never gives up.
A plethora of lovely knitted stuff.
I love to explore Dianne’s Blog.
Full of lovely ideas for somebody who also loves knitting, but isn’t a master knitter like my sister is and like Dianne is.
Dianne is also very helpful. She tried everything to make the patterns work for me.
An entire German Blog written by my dear friend Ruprecht Frieling.
I have the feeling of knowing him all my life, but I know that is not true.
Anyway he is a very educated and eloquent man who is a true inspiration.
There is nothing he can not write about.
Rupi has published many books so far, which are also a pleasure to read.
Angelika Davey, German teacher living in the UK, gives me sometimes a new point of view on my own country.
I like Angelika’s way of thinking and her humor.
Some of you will remember the interview of Angelika which was truly an inspiration.
The fantastic blog by Susan Voisin – you just don’t want to miss it.
Even if you are not vegan and not living fat free – her recipes just rock.
Knowing Susan back from the times of my first internet steps I trust every letter she writes and her recipes are more than delicious.
This is the blog of my very dear friend Michaela Gile.
I know Michaela for over ten years now. She used to live in Berlin, but had to flee back in 2008 to the USA, the country of her husband.
Michaela is homeschooling her three children, which is forbidden in Germany where attending a school is mandatory.
The blog gives me the chance of staying in touch.
Still miss ya girl
I met Alessa, one of the two hearts involved in this Blog, when taking part in the UltimateBloggingChallenge.
I really came aware of the blog she and her friend is running, after she had commented mine for a while.
I am thrilled by the idea writing about your life and having a friend writing about hers in the same blog.
I am so fond of their recipes, since I am a huge fan of the American kitchen.
And it is such a pleasure to read their thoughts.
Michèle Taylor works as coach and trainer in the UK.
Recently you have read the wonderful interview Michèle honored us with.
Her blog is very supportive, but also a great challenge to read.
If you read it and if you are true to yourself while reading it, you will have to answer questions for yourself, that you would never have dared to think of.
By doing this, you will advance.
I also had the pleasure to met Michèle via skype.
She is a very warmhearted, caring and supportive woman.
And yeah, this experience makes her blog even more dear to me.
This blog is written by Ruth Seba, who promotes the craft of her husband Doka Seba.
I met Ruth during the 30DayChallenge run by Nikki Pilkington.
You know, even if it is “only” the interweb, you get a certain feeling for people.
And the first moment I read a comment by Ruth, I knew that I like her.
So I was curious what she was doing.
I enjoy to read Ruth’s thoughts each day she writes a new post.
It is so amazing to me, to see how her husband creates the fantastic jewels, to me out of nothing.
I also got the chance to work for Ruth and her husband by creating a picture with their jewels for Christmas.
Was a huge pleasure and challenge.
Ruth honored this blog by writing the very first guest blog we have ever seen.
And after all I like the great interaction Ruth and I established over the months.
Thank you very much
What is your favorite blog?