Living in a Field of Hats

some ramblings and reflections on working with students in Herts and Beds.

Other people’s blogs May 28, 2011

Filed under: Random — Sarah @ 6:04 pm

I love reading other peoples blogs! There’s links to the ones I read on the right hand side. Many of them are friends and colleagues. In fact four of us were sharing a room last time we were on a work conference together and it was great to chat about our own blogs and other ones that we all enjoy. Turns out we all love Emma’s blog for many reasons (even though none of us know her in real life), not least the way she tackles issues that so often aren’t talked about, in a really down to earth and genuine way. One of the things that Ellie, Cat, Emily and I were chatting about was being able to make sure that on our blogs weren’t not painting a picture of us that isn’t accurate, trying to make ourselves look great. I think Emma is a great example of being honest – give her blog a read. It’s really refreshingly honest and biblical.

And check out Ellie and Cat too – always a good thought provoking read. And Emily is a new blogger so let’s up her hits to encourage more posts but do check out her photos page to see some lovely Norfolk! 🙂

So, this was a post to big up some other people you should go and read! Enjoy!


2 Responses to “Other people’s blogs”

  1. Emma Says:

    Thanks Sarah, that’s really kind. I’m already an e-fan, but here’s hoping I get to meet you ladies in person too – preferably over an enormous cuppa 🙂

  2. Cat Says:

    Awww thanks so much Sarah!! 🙂 Thats really kind of you…! I hope you are well – feels like ages since I last saw you 😦

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