My post today is all about shameless self promotion. But I think it all evens out since I actually am also going to promote other amazing blogs as well.
You might remember that I semi-recently did a biographical post on Marilyn Monroe here on Yours Truly. I got really good responses from that, so if you read it, liked it, and are interested in reading similar things, you might take a look at my other blog that I run, called Think Classic. The posts that are done there have the same sort of layout as the Marilyn Monroe post I did here, and there is a lot of cool stuff that goes on there. There are Star of the Month posts that correlate with Turner Classic Movies, and also Movie of the Month posts to go along with them. There is also a segment called Silent Saturdays which highlights a movie star from the silent film era and a selection from their filmography one Saturday a month. Occasionally there are also classic literature posts and vintage fashion posts. Not to mention an amazing month long segment every December called A Very Vintage Christmas.
Anyways, if any of those things I have mentioned sound like things you would be interested in then feel free to check out Think Classic here:
The next two blogs I am sharing with you today are travel blogs that belong to very dear friends of mine.
The first belongs to my friend Kayla Davis, who recently (as in earlier this week) moved to Uganda and is doing work there. Since it was a really recent move she is just now sort of organizing her blog and getting it in gear with her new routine, but she is a wonderful person, and so far she has done a couple of great posts already which include some delicious travel photos of the beginning of her Ugandan adventure. If you would like to take a look at her blog, you can do so here:
The second travel blog belongs to my friend Travis Rogan, who just began a semester abroad in Seville, Spain. As with the previously mentioned travel blog, his is brand spankin new, and he is just getting started with it. I believe he only has one post up so far, but you can be sure there are more to come. He’s a wonderfully snarky and creative writer/college athlete, and I wouldn’t be surprised if there are some delightful pictures of his time in Seville that get posted there as well. So if you are interested in reading “How Do You Say ‘Long Snapper’ in Spanish?”, and other Spain Thoughts, then you can do so by following this link:
Hope you guys enjoy taking a peek at the creative word-flow of these other blogs, and I’ll check back with you later!