A good read

Just a few of my favourite places on the interweb:

Creative Ashford: A new blog set to become a haven for crafters, artists and the creatively inclined in Kent. Featuring news of events, markets, exhibitions, creative workshops and galleries in the heart of Ashford, it's sure to become a valuable resource for visitors to the town. 

What you sow: A beautiful gardening shop and blog - here you can buy gardening accessories and garden themed trinkets, as well as having a good read of Lyndsey's gardening blog - which includes handy tutorials for small-scale gardening and craft projects.

Super + Super: A must-visit for creative classes and all things crafty. Founders Amy & Claire run fantastic craft workshops from Super + Super HQ in the creative centre of Brighton. The accompanying blog features information about classes and events as well as crafty tutorials.

Nutmegs seven: Foodie writer Elly posts an array of inspiring recipes, beautifully photographed and easy to follow. Elly is a huge fruit advocate, creating countless savoury fruit dishes, she has a flair for flavour and her enthusiasm for food makes her blog a pleasure to read.

Skinny latte strikes back: A wonderful healthy living blog (perhaps the antidote to my own?) Philippa writes passionately about healthy living - an inspiring holistic approach to a healthy body and mind.

Le beauty girl: Being a bit of a serial novice when it comes to make-up, I have a lot of respect for beauty bloggers who really know their thing. Ysis writes wonderfully and makes all sorts of products I would usually find a bit baffling totally accessible through her fab video tutorials and reviews.

Lela London: London based journalist, make-up artist, stylist and author of 'She said shoes', Lela's lifestyle blog is a wonderful mix of inspiration, fashion, beauty and shopping content.

Five Five Fabulous: Blogging sisters Reem and Natalya's lifestyle blog is a fashion, style and beauty haven, with a few recipes mixed in for good measure.

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