I have seen some lists lately that list “The Most Influential Bloggers EVAH!”
Most of the time, I only recognize a handful, at best. It seems like the “most influential” are deemed to be those who make the most, or have been around longest. Which, hey, it’s not my list, so it’s not my place to judge who these other people feel are influential.
So all that is to introduce this, *MY* list of influential bloggers. These are the people I admire. These are the people I am occasionally jealous of, because they have some MAD SKILLZ, yo.
This isn’t EVERYONE I read, or love. It’s just a handful. Think of it as, Favoritest Bloggers, Part One
Miss Britt I can’t remember when I started reading Miss Britt. But there is so much I love about reading her. Her writing just sucks you into the story. And it’s so real, and sometimes raw. She’s incredibly open, to the point of vulnerability. I think part of the reason I connect to her writing is because of this openness. She serves up the bad and ugly, right along with the good stuff.
PrincessJenn I know I came across Jenn less than 6 months ago, but I can’t remember exactly when, because it feels like I’ve been following her forever. And not in that bad way like, “God, this class is so dull, I feel like I’ve been sitting her FOREVER!” More like that, “OMG, I love this, and wish I had found it earlier, so I’m going to pretend I did!” More than once she’s written a post that makes me wonder if she’s got some sort of ESP going on, because it’s like my thoughts traveled through teh internetz and landed on her page.
And she’s Canadian, so how can you go wrong with that?
BareFoot Foodie This is a blogger who cracks me up every time she writes. Which is not often enough in my humble opinion! I would love to be able to write the way she does.
The RedNeck Mommy Again, very open, very funny and seems so very real. And Canadian. Because apparently, I like a lot of Canadians. Do you think this is a sign?
OHMommy Sometimes I get jealous of OHMommy, because she seems to have a handle on this parenting thing. Then she writes a post about a “screw-up” that sounds like something I would do. And then I love her again.
So there you have it, five bloggers I envy for their ability to write, to be open and honest, and effing hilarious. And Canadian, apparently.
PS It was really hard to pick just five, so no one is allowed to feel slighted, mmkay?
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