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Saturday Share #53

Are you ready for your weekly dose of recommended blog posts? Prepare for a whole load of awesome, including body confidence, book recommendations, feminism and Cornwall.

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Have you read about the Dove Self-Esteem Project? It looks flipping fabulous!

I’m a feminist in the true sense of the word: equality for all genders. As the mother of a young boy, I think it’s important that we empower young women but not to the detriment of boys. I loved this post from Babble reminding people that it’s possible to build girls up without tearing boys down.

The UK Young Adult Lit Con looks incredible! I loved Chloe’s posts (check out parts one and two).

Nicole has convinced me that I really need to read Notes on a Nervous Planet. Not that I’d skip a Matt Haig book anyway…

I’m totally guilty of judging books by their covers and found this post on the various covers for I Capture the Castle really interesting. I was gifted a copy when I was around 17/18 but didn’t read it for years, probably because I was put off by the cover, but I ended up really loving it.

I’ve long admired Sarah’s stunning photos of Cornwall and her post on her recent trip to the Isles of Scilly is no exception.

Laura’s post on how to spot a Cornish person is one of my favourite posts ever. Handy reading if you’re planning on visiting.

Hannah Gale’s post on not being ok gave me all of the feels. This is why she’s the most relatable blogger out there; always telling it like it is and not being afraid to be vulnerable.

Last but by no means least, how bleddy adorable is my baby niece!

What blogs have you loved this week?

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