There are so many amazing bloggers, magazines and influencers out there these days. Today I thought I would share a few of my favorite bloggers! (although there are so many)
Amanda Light and owner of the Prim and Propah Blog. She is a yoga loving momma and keeps shit real! I love love love that about her! She shares great ideas of crafts to do with your kids, recipes, events happening around town, give aways and contests with fun new brands.
The blogger behind This Organic Girl is an incredible lady Lisa Fennesy who I had the absolute pleasure meeting last year at WellSummit. When I am looking for additional verification about clean beauty brands I always check out Lisa's blog to see if she has written about them. She gives great reviews and I trust her recommendations! Not only does she write about Clean Beauty but also Clean Home and Clean Eating. And she has the best School Lunch Box Gallery for anyone looking for creative lunches!
Are you a podcast junkie like me? I am obsessed--every week I listen to my list of Entrepreneur podcasts (and if you are interested in that list ping me) a more relevant podcast for this blog that I love is Suzie from GirlGoneGreen. And she also has a fabulous blog too--another great resource for Clean Living and also Clean beauty product reviews.
It does not get much better than the Hub of Clean Living by Sarita Coren. Another lady who tells it like it is! She is honest, real and transparent about her experiences with brands! Which I appreciate! If you don't currently read Hub of Clean Living--this is a must add!
I recently came across the Secret Squirrel Food blog on Instagram. She seriously has the best pictures---her food are works of art! When I recreate her recipes they often do not look the same ;) . But they are yummy! My newest obsession is her Peanut Butter Brownie Truffles (recipe below)---YUMMMMMMM
Makes approximately 18 balls
¾ cup roasted almonds
1 cup medjool dates, pitted
¼ cup peanut butter
¼ cup cacao powder
Chopped almonds and peanuts for coating
1. Add all ingredients to a food processor and pulse until sticky when pressed between the fingers.
2. Spoon 1 tablespoon of mixture and roll into balls.
3. Coat the balls in chopped almonds and peanuts and place in an airtight container in the fridge.
4. These will keep for around 2 weeks in the fridge.
5. Enjoy this delicious snack! 😉