Remember how blogging used to be before it became a spinning reeling money making machine?
Remember when bloggers would blog for the love of blogging? For the passion of sharing sights and stories that moved us in someway.
Maybe I have rose-tinted the shit out of my blogging memories. Maybe? Maybe I am naive? Maybe, this happy-flappy blogging dreamland never quite existed outside of my personal experience. Either way, the very idea of it has inspired me to share a few sights that have brought a smile/satisfaction/warmth to my heart recently:
|Seen in Spitalfields, Bishop's Square to be more precise.|
|Slightly surreal. Good luck in your strange home little fishes!|
|Seen in Hackney Wick.|
|Seen in Shoreditch. Unexpectedly magical.|
|Seen in my Aunt's house. The most amazing collection of Moomin Mugs I've ever seen.|
|Seen in my Aunt's garden.|
|Seen on the way to the sea, on one of the most curious adventures we've had in UK yet.|
|Seen in Victoria Park. Blinding!|
|Seen in the loos at Kew.|
|Seen on the nicer side of Broadway Market|
|Seen at home.|
P.S. I have no problem with any bloggers who get paid for what they do. Good for you! You make your money - we all have to eat and pay bills.
| Links for the curious |
Here are some bloggers that won't drown you in sponsored posts but will instead inspire and uplift you lovely ways:
For the Creative Heart