So, I decided to feature some of my favourite blogs of the month on my page as I’m constantly scouting the blogosphere for new material to read and new bloggers to fall in love with! I figured, if you had stumbled your way onto my blog it’s possible you’re interested in finding others! Therefore, each month I’m going to try and feature some new blogs on my page that I’ve found and enjoyed (God I really am diversifying away from my natural “blogging habitat” aren’t I!?), because good blogs deserve to be shouted about!

……So here is my March selection!

The Endless Adventure – Eric and Alison Bieller

This husband and wife travelling duo explore the world and blog (and vlog) about their experiences giving inspiration and hints and tips to fellow travellers. These guys do this full time and you can follow them on their epic journey through Europe, the USA and Central America.  Their Instagram is AMAZING and I have to say I’m a little jealous of their lifestyle right now!

Why I like this blog: So lately I’ve been on a bit of a mission for advice, tips and ideas for our graduation jaunt to South and Central America and Mexico. These guys have helpfully explored the length and breadth of a number of the places we’re visiting, and I’ve found their posts incredibly humorous and informative. What I LOVE about these guys is they are so real, a lot of travel bloggers make every day seem like a dream, they always look perfectly turned out and appear that things just happen for them. Ok, yes this is very inspirational but it’s not real and rarely attainable for mere mortals like ourselves! These guys show you the good, the bad and the ugly and how to survive the latter and I just love that honesty!

Check out their blog at:
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How To Vet-School – Beth Dixon

Beth is one of my house mates at vet school and we both share a long-standing passion for travel, adventure and all things veterinary. Like me she writes about her experiences at vet school, and sometimes coupled with vetty adventures abroad – she’s currently having fun blogging about her time studying for three months in Oslo. She is a passionate photographer and far surpasses me in skill and her photos speak for themselves.

Why I like this blog: Beth has an amazing vocabulary set which and any English teacher would be proud of, and for this reason, her blog posts read fantastically. Her posts are always interesting and well researched – she addresses a number of issues on the topic she writes about and I always find her posts make me think!

Check out her blog at:
Photo Copyright to Beth Dixon

Travel Animal Online – Ashley Clayton

Another fellow vet student and friend of mine who runs a fantastic blog about travel. She’s been lucky enough to see a great number of countries and has written about her experiences, coupled with some fantastically inspiring photos that will call to any adventurer! Despite her vet student background her posts are largely travel related so are relevant to all. She’s incredibly frugal and gives great advice and inspiration in her posts.

Why I like this blog: She has a writing style and post layout that’s really easy to read. I’m really wordy and I wish I had the gift of being more concise which Ashley has. All her text is broken up with beautiful pictures which leaves you craving to get on a plane and go to these fantastic destinations she really sells to you.

Check out her blog at:
Copyright to Ashley Clayton

So there you have it, my top blogs this month! Let me know if you have any opinions on the blogs I’ve shared, or any suggestions for blogs you think are worth a read I’m always on the look out for new people to inspire me!

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10 Replies to “The Baby-Vet’s Best Blogs of March”

  1. This is such a sweet idea to support other bloggers! Kudos to you for doing this! And best of luck with your blogging adventure!!! 🙂 x

  2. A nice compilation and an analysis by someone helps further to track down the good resources. Loved all the three blogs. Will check them in detail later.

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