Looking for other blogs to read? I might be able to help you with a few suggestions. These are some of the blogs I read on a regular basis:
Mags Blackie – http://www.magsblackie.com/
Mags’s blog is similar to Mags in person – honest, insightful, to-the-point. I’m fortunate to count her among my friends. I often find that Mags’s posts help to unclutter my own thoughts. She posts pretty regularly – once a week or so – and in my experience every post is worth reading.
Claire Diaz-Ortiz – http://clairediazortiz.com/
I first came across Claire in her role as a LinkedIn Influencer. After reading a few of her posts, I bought her book Hope Runs: An American Tourist, a Kenyan Boy, a Journey of Redemption which was a much-needed reminder to me that humanity really is a wonderful thing.
I’m working my way through a few of Claire’s ebooks, and generally finding them quite useful.
She seems surprisingly approachable and friendly – I emailed her once and got a reply! (I was properly surprised – I can imagine she must receive an insane quantity of correspondence)
awesternsky – https://awesternsky.wordpress.com/
The blog of my good friend Warren who went on the rather awesome adventure of cycling across the United States a few years ago.
On this blog, Warren chronicles his trip with daily posts, including photos. Every time I look at it, I just want to hop on a bicycle and explore the world. Worth reading from start to finish.
Chris on F1 – http://chrisonf1.com/
(Here comes some shameless self-promotion)
Chris on F1 is where I write about motor racing – one of my strong interests. The blog is not my first attempt at writing online, but it is the first one that stuck.
Want to know my thoughts on what’s going on in Formula 1? This is the place to find them.