Heyya, friends! I’m again on a lost cause to remember what topics I was supposed to write on as I had planned during my examinations. (like I said, I’m most creative during exams) (should’ve written them down TnT) So until, I rack my brain to get back what I had thought of, do check out these blogs that I’m sharing. I was tagged for the Blogger Recommendations Tag by the creator of the tag Nehal herself, and it’s exciting to see the community appreciating others and encouraging more fellow writers. Let’s head on!
The Blogger Recommendations Tag is essentially a way for bloggers to share some of their favorite bloggers with their readers. It helps the readers discover more blogs and also brings appreciation to the bloggers mentioned.
- Thank and link back to the person who tagged you.
- Mention the creator of the tag: Nehal @Quirky Pages
- List the rules.
- Share one or more bloggers you think fits into each criteria.
- The people you mention will be considered tagged.
- Apart from the ones you shared, you can tag other bloggers and notify them.
- Just have fun!!
Here’s the list of prompts:
- A fascinating blog theme
- A lovely home page
- Great book reviews
- Amazing humour
- Mind-blowing poems and stories
- The friendliest
- The most consistent
- The best at sharing tips
- The talented artist
- Cool site name
- The underrated
1. A Fascinating Blog Theme
Out of the many blogs that I follow, these were the most appealing to me. Brooke and Random Specific Thoughts both have that aesthetically pleasing appearance plus their content is true to their blog. Don’t forget to check out their blogs at the earliest. I honestly admire their blog themes and love to keep up with their blogs.
2. A Lovely Home Page
- Evin, A Curly Sue’s Ramblings
- Nabeeha, Written by Nabeeha
- Riddhi, The Human Book Club
- Definitely Moi, Bookish Blunders
These blogs have a simple yet captivating home pages, and it owes not only to their design but their writings as well. Evin has an admiring way of presenting her website, and I really liked it. Nabeeha’s gives an absolutely 18th century vintage vibes and I bet you’ll enjoy reading her blogs too. Riddhi’s Human Book Club is a newly opened website but it’s continued from a small idea which she had started on her book blog. Moi has a beautiful black home page, you might want to see it!
3. Great Book Reviews
I love to read the reviews of the books they read even if I haven’t read that certain book. There is definite humour and their style of writing a review always attracts me to their reviews.
4. Amazing Humour
The title says it all! And their humour and sarcasm is splendid. Period.
5. Mind Blowing Poems and Stories
- Nabeeha, Written by Nabeeha
- Ranjhan, Fancy World of Writing
- Nilesh Tyagi, Relatable?
- Moushmi, Aesthetic Miradh,
- Ay, Random Specific Thoughts
- Mousumi Says
Nabeeha’s poems will drip you into the depths of your soul as you keep reading. Ranjhan’s poems on life will remind you of the amazing years of your life while also hoping the best for the future. Nilesh’s poems (many in Hindi) are heart wrenching but beautiful. And if you like to read short mystery thrillers, Beetleypete’s musings should be your go-to blog. Moushmi is a professional writer with many amazing poems. Ay’s random thoughts will surely peak an interest on philosophical views in your mind while Mousumi’s short stories give a simplistic and elegant view of an Indian Woman’s life.
6. The Friendliest
If you want to have a friendly talk, get in Robert’s comments section. And I’m sure Ay’s motivating quotes everyday will spark much motivation in you.
7. The Most Consistent
8. The Best at Sharing Tips
For advice on various topics head over to their blogs.
9. The Talented Artist
Very unfortunately, I’ve not yet come across any artists on WordPress, since I’m mostly only reading. So I don’t think I can tag anyone here. However, if you have any recommendations for me, please let me know in the comments section because I’d love to discover many artists and please my visual senses.
10. Cool Site Name
I mean look at the innovative names.
11. The Underrated
CaN I tAg MySeLf?👀 Nope, that’s too embarassing Devangi, shut up. Keep it yourself. Oops, how the heck did I think out loud?!💀
I think that Ay definitely deserves more attention because her blogs are not just creative but also aim towards kindness which is what the world is really in need of at this time. And uh, I don’t know but I really wanted to share Daneelyunus because their blogs are so full of different interesting information everyday.
Hah, finally! I think you can tell how lazy I’m from the lenth of the paragraphs towards the end. And I can’t believe that I took two days to write this so that I already got a stack of ideas for my next blog before even this is published. So yeah, ugh how could I forget? Now whom do I tag? Sorry, I’m too lazy to do that right now, so I tag everyone whom I have mentioned above, as well as you if you wanna do it too. Yes, I’ve tagged you! Give me some recommendations from your feed so I can expand myself and grow in the community. That said, I gotta go write my next blog soon before I forget what I’m supposed to be writing! See you guys soon. Be safe, healthy and happy!