I’ve become a little obsessed with Bloglovin lately. I have the app on my phone and check my feed daily, simply because I love seeing what other people are posting about and weirdly enough reading other people’s blogs actually relaxes me. I’m adding more and more blogs to follow each day on there so I thought I’d share the love both with you all and with other bloggers by sharing a round-up of my favourite posts from the past week.
I’m terrible for working on my laptop in bed or on the sofa, normally just resting it on my knees or a cushion, which can get quite uncomfortable. This no sew DIY lap desk is the ideal solution to having a complete unique lap desk styled to your taste, but also make a fab gift for the workaholic.
Last week a beautiful little company called Fittata dropped round some of their delicious and healthy Frittatas for us to try. My God were they good. This in turn set me off on a mission to find a tasty replica that I could create at home to take into work for lunch whereby I stumbled upon this beaut of a recipe. I slightly adjusted the fillings using mushrooms and spinach but will be giving the exact recipe a whirl soon!
I’m one of those awkward sorts whom no matter where I try jeans on, I always seems to be in between sizes and end up with jeans slightly too long for me. Like Josie says in her post finding the perfect pair of jeans is like hunting for gold. It’s just more often than not they fit everywhere else but the leg so this little DIY is sure to come in handy.
The DIY clothes on A Pair & A Spare are nothing less than beautiful, if you did each and every one of their DIY’s you’d have an incredibly trendy, stylish wardrobe and this lace bralette is no exception. They make handmaking your own clothes seem effortless. I will definitely be putting some time aside to make this, now to source the lace!
SEO is something that has always eluded me previously. No matter how many things I read explaining I just never seem to be able to grasp the concept. That is until I read Regina’s take on it. Now things are (slowly) beginning to make sense and hoping to utilise some of what she shared on this little corner of the internet. if you struggle with SEO then Regina’s post is a must.
If you would like to see more of the blogs I follow you can take a look on my Bloglovin profile and whilst you’re there why not add Bella La Moda to your newsfeed? What have you been reading this week? Till next time Bellas 🙂