10 Bloody Good Blogs about Life, Art & Sexism.

I do love a good blog – and these beauties keep me LOLing hard at the intricacies of life as a 20-something year old, beaming at beautiful art or pumped to fight the big fight called Sexism.

If you have any more you’d like to add, comment below 🙂

1.All Groan Up

I’ve been following this blog since for-eve-ahhh. When I’m going through a melodramatic Twenteen moment where I can’t work out how I can possibly be an adult (especially when I can’t even find matching socks) I go to this blog for solace. There’s tons of advice and funny posts on here for Millennials.

2. Lyrics and Chocolate 

If you want to sit back, relax and enjoy beautiful art and inspiring quotes, this tucked away blog is a nice read. Plus, she’s won a heap of blogging awards for being so damn awesome.

3. Belinda O

If you’re interested in classic movie reviews and prose delving into the mystery that we call life, check this little diamond out.

4. My PEN

Wowwwoow. This little read is full of spangled language and expressive opinions, primarily looking at how women are perceived in the media and general society questions.

5. Ben’s Bitter Blog 

Comedien/Blogger Ben has a great way with words and never ceases to bring a smile to my face with his satirical, highly critical writing on relationships, society and why we are all so bloody weird. “Passive Aggressiveness, I choose you!”

6. Cristian Mihai 

Christian is an author and writes the most beautiful blog posts about a whole heap of topics. Sometimes, he even posts just one simple piece of art for thought-provoking discussion. My favourite is on the 7 Golden Rules of Blogging.

7. Beautiful Mood 

Olisa creates fantastic art and her passion radiates from her posts. If you want a bit of inspiration with your cornflakes, check her out.

8. The F Word 

Inspiring posts on today’s society, The F Word gives a supportive environment for all women.

9. Everyday Sexism Project

If you haven’t heard of  this beauty, then we.need.tuh.talk! The project has gone worldwide, with women sharing sexist things that have happened to them to create a supportive network.

10. Hello Giggles 

Hello Giggles is a positive community for all women. It has great posts on crafty-gorgeous-things, society, help and support with being a Twenteen and lots of celebrity gossip if you  want a bit of fluff.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. sniderjerry says:

    And number eleven, theartofbecomingawildflower.wordpress.com

    Thank you!

    Jerry

    On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 10:23 AM, Hopeless Hannah wrote:

    > hannahadkins posted: “I do love a good blog – and these beauties keep me > LOLing hard at the intricacies of life as a 20-something year old, beaming > at beautiful art or pumped to fight the big fight called Sexism. If you > have any more you’d like to add, comment below 🙂 1.All ” >

    1. hannahadkins says:

      Like your style ;). H

  2. I’ve never had my blog described this way before. I always just thought it was a ranting blog about things that made me bitter. Perhaps you could be my publicist?

  3. Belinda O says:

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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