THE NEWSLETTERS YOU NEED TO SUBSCRIBE TO

 

I feel like I’ve got a really good bunch of newsletters. They pop into my inbox and I can’t wait to sit down and enjoy reading them with a cuppa. It’s taken a while to hunt out the online creators I want to invite into my mail account, but now I feel like I’ve got it down to a tee and I want to share them with you today!

JEN CARRINGTON‘S WEEKLY LETTERS

I really love the slow and steady, heartfelt approach that Jen promotes online. She is honest, open, and oh so authentic that you instantly warm to her. Jen is a creative business coach and her weekly letters all mainly business focused, but with a hint of lifestyle too. If you want to build a business which works for you and not the other way around, you need to subscribe.

KAT (BLUE JAY OF HAPPINESS) MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS

I’m a massive fan of everything Kat is about. She is passionate about self-care, making time of ourselves and always reminds me that life isn’t a race you have to partake in. Every month a newsletter is dedicated to a certain topic, the last one was being mindful of our communities. I also love Kat on Instagram so make sure to head on over there if you ever need a reminder that self-care is not selfish.

SOPHIE CLIFF‘S THE WEEKLY PEP TALK

I’ve read Sophie’s blog for years, and I love her realistic, yet positive content that she shares online. When I heard she was starting a newsletter, I wanted to sign up immediately. It’s delivered every Sunday and is exactly what it says, a positive pep talk to end the week on. I love how open Sophie is and how bravely she shares her life online, I find it very inspiring as a fellow blogger. She’s also started a podcast of the same vein called Practical Positivity, so check that out if it sounds something you might like!

JESSICA ROSE WILLIAMS SIMPLE LETTERS

I discovered Jessica on Instagram a few months ago, and I love watching her on Instagram stories. She is a lifestyle minimalist, and promotes the beauty in the simplicity, but doing it in a way that isn’t patronising or pressured. Every Monday she sends out a simple letter and I always look forward to them hitting my inbox.

BETH‘S EVERYDAY ETHICAL NEWSLETTERS

I’ve followed Beth online for ages, but I only just signed up to her newsletter the other day when I realised she had one. I love her Instagram stories and her account makes me feel like I can do my bit for the environment, and that small steps SO matter. She shares lots of good tips and advice how we can improve our eco footprint in her newsletters which I always enjoy reading!

 

Which newsletters do you subscribe to?

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