Four Blogs to Follow

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Emi Rigby, Well Traveled Wife
I first discovered Emi's blog almost two years ago when I was preparing for my trip to India. She and her husband happened to go to the exact cities India that I would be traveling to, and shared the cutest travel vlog ever on Youtube. Since then, I have followed along as she and her husband sold everything, traveled the world, moved back to the states, and have now welcomed a new baby! I am always inspired to make everyday an adventure when I read the joy that shines through in every aspect of her writing.


Julia Engel, Gal Meets Glam
Gal Meets Glam is probably my very favorite blog to follow. I got to meet Julia last summer, and let me tell you, she is just as kind as she is beautiful! I really admire Julia both personally and professionally. She is a great example of how to be kind, classy, and elegant, while staying relatable and attainable.



Annie Montgomery, MontgomeryFest 
If you wander over to Annie's blog, get ready for a major dose of wanderlust! She and her husband are currently living in London as expats. Between Annie's dreamy travel photos and all of those pretty watercolor graphics (she creates them herself  and even has her own print shop!), I can't help but feel like I have a little piece of Europe every time I visit her site! Her Instagram is currently my absolute favorite to follow. If you love feminine details, light colors, old architecture, and pretty hand lettering, definitely check it out!



Jessica Slaughter
I recently discovered Jessica Salaughter's blog through Pinterest, and let me tell you, this girl is a genius. Her college posts are by far the most helpful I have ever read and she just has such a natural voice in all her posts. Beyond that, I think that she is spot on when it comes to SEO, writing what her readers want, and sharing what will be successful. Also, as I was amidst rebranding and working on a new design, I looked to her blog for a lot of inspiration. It's just so beautiful! This girl has serious smarts both design-wise and business-wise.


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