About Ellie: “I’m a 24-year-old blogger/Instagrammer from Southampton who wants to spread the word about swapping to more animal-friendly beauty products. I’ve been vegetarian for 3 years, vegan for 1 year and my favourite animal is the Orca so I’m very passionate about ending animals in captivity.”
Why Ellie Became A Blogger: “I became a blogger because I’m passionate about the welfare of animals, especially in the cosmetic industry and I wanted to show people that there are so many great cruelty-free and vegan products, both high end and affordable, out there that don’t harm animals in the process and that they should give them a try! this slowly moved to being more eco friendly in general and moving more into veganism and sharing how easy, beneficial and fun it really can be!”
I started following Ellie’s blog back in 2019 Ellie’s blog is amazing and she works so hard on every blog post she makes. Ellie blogs from Cruelty-Free, Beauty, Make-Up, Food and Lifestyle so you have a range of different topicks why you head over to Ellie’s blog.
Ellie’s Blog: Ellie Stennett
About Tinka: “I’m Tinka, owner of littletinkablee. A tiny little blog that takes up a small part of the internet that I get to call my own. There really isn’t anything interesting about me at all. I’m a 23-year-old, Welsh woman living in Liverpool, battling with mental health. For years I have held myself away, hidden from everyone and everything due to severe anxiety. It got so mad that I didn’t leave my house for a few years for anything. I also suffer from my long-term depression and seasonal depression, as well as an eating disorder and I, ‘m currently helping/tested for other problems that may be slightly shrouded due to my more pressing struggles. I’m a cat mum to three beautiful, adventures and crazy cats! Two of which are named after chocolate (due to my unhealthy addiction to chocolate) while my youngest one is named Bear because he reminded me of a cuddly toy bear when he was a kitten. I live with my soul-mate of 7 years. I still struggle to leave the house, however, when I do leave the house I always make sure to bring a camera with me as you never know when a photo opportunity shows up! I own more photos than a probably do anything else, the next would be notebooks. in shorter words, I’m a weird, out of her depth, constantly confused dreamer, cat mum, girlfriend, daughter, sister, avid reader, a lover of animals, a yoga enthusiast, mental health advocate, blogger, online student, writer and aspiring author. I became a blogger because of my mental health. Because I had allowed anxiety to take control of my life to the point of stopping it. I wasn’t living anymore, I’d become not even a shell of who I was and I didn’t even realise it. My life had stopped. I had stopped. I’d been thinking of creating a blog for years but never gained the courage to do so at first, mainly due to other issues in life, I just didn’t have the energy or the mental capablity to manage a blog or to let any of my thoughts fly free on a blog. After years of going back and forth, last year, I finally found the courage, it seemed as though I had plucked it from thin air and I just ran with it. I took the leap and after a little while came up with a name that…I wasn’t satisfied with but it seemed to fit me and my blog. Blogging has helped me slowly get back into the workings of life, its helped open my eyes and remind me that although I am housebound at times…well more or less all the time still, that doesn’t mean my life has to stop. I’ve been taking online courses, getting my certificates from online courses that I started doing last year, I’m getting out more, talking to more people (both online & off), I’m putting myself out there a little and just learning to live again. Through my blog, I’m hoping to be able to inspire others out there to take back their lives, to fight their anxiety, to seek out help for their problems when needed and to try to just try to live life again. I hope that my blog, that my experiences and others will help someone on their own journey, whatever journey that may be but to also spread positivity and a helping hand where and when I can. I’ve always loved helping people, something about it just settles my soul and I can’t really imagine doing anything other than helping people. There isn’t a whole lot of help someone like me can offer people, or at least, there wasn’t until I started up my blog and realised there are quite a few ways that I am able to help people, strangers, friends, family, online friends, anyone!”
I hope you all enjoyed this Bloggers Blog, blog post the only thing I would have liked is to have seen more bloggers on this post but thank you to Ellie and Tinka for allowing me to add them to the blog post and please make sure you check them out and their amazing blogs.