learning to read.

today I’ll be brief.
I want to share something that took me far too long to master: reading other blogs.

I love blogs. the people behind them. the stories. the projects. the recipes. plus many of them inspire my own blog. so I attempt to read my favorites regularly. which rarely happens, then I get behind, and it takes me forever to catch up.

insert: {bloglovin}. I signed up years ago, but never used this amazing tool properly.

bloglovin

take a moment: sign up & add your favorite blogs to your queue. I named mine “daily reads”. [original, I know]. and ..that’s it!

each morning, I grab my cup of coffee. bring up my {bloglovin}’s daily reads. and voilà – all of my favorite blogs in one place. I love it! plus – it keeps track of the posts you’ve read & need to read.

follow my blog {here}.

[and a small portion of the blogs I follow: {iowa girl eats}, {aspiring kennedy}, {bows & sequins}, {from my grey desk}, {joy the baker}, {lost in travels}, {the thread affect}, {the brunette one}, {vickichristine}, {the daily tay}].

happy thursday!

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About chelset

Born and raised Iowan ..uprooting my life and moving to the big city. Many adjustments will be made along the way ..but what's life without some risk?
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4 Responses to learning to read.

  1. Thanks for including my blog in your blog list Chelsea!! Excited to read some of the others you listed as well! :)

  2. asliceofmudpie says:

    Do you like bloglovin better then the wordpress reader?? I am debating on making the switch :)

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