Hello Miss Jordan | www.hellomissjordan.com
The first name that popped into my mind was Jordan, because on the day I wrote this she posted some gorgeous pics of her looking AMAZING in underwear and if I didn't know her personally I would legit thing she is a model, she looks insane in her pics and always posts gorgeous outfit photos despite feeling self conscious about them, she is SO beautiful.
Little Fickle | www.littlefickle.com
Sammy was the next person I knew had to included in this post, on her blog she talks about everything so openly from mental health, to personal struggles and even same sex relationships. She talks about things others would shy away from and it makes me feel super happy that is able to be so open about these things.
Hxanou | www.hxanou.co.uk
This girl is one of the sweetest people I have had the chance to meet, and despite her chronic illness she is always full of happiness and brings a smile to my face. From the outside you would never know what she suffers with on a daily basis, but she is a pure inspiration to me.
Polly's Pocket Book | www.pollyspocketbook.com
Polly is SUCH an inspiration, this lady has had a huge battle with cancer and everytime I read her blog or her twitter she always so upbeat and doesn't let it beat her down. Most people would have given up but she keeps going and even stronger.
Cosy Bean | www.cosybean.co.uk
Cosy bean blog is written by the lovely Sophie, during the year of 2015 I got to know Sophie quite well and I am a huge fan of her blog! She writes amazing posts about things such as Self Harm and Anxiety and isn't afraid to share her thoughts on the subject!
Sarah In Wonderland | www.sarahinwonderland.co.uk
The final blog in my list is the lovely Sarah, who has been a massive inspiration to me throughout my time of knowing her. On her blog she talks openly about her chronic illness and her daily struggles, but she doesn't complain about how they effect her life, infact the opposite being a role model for other spoonies. Sarah is also raising money for her power chair which would change her life so you should all donate if you can!
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