Ruth Writes is a 30-something Liverpool based blog covering mid-size fashion, pescatarian food and beauty.
Sit down and blog posts are sometimes few and far between but they’re honestly, my fave posts to write. I love bloggers who share their lives and use their online space as a diary and forum to vent or share updates on their daily lives.
I think I struggle with my content. This blog has had so many slight changes – lifestyle blog, food blog, dedicated Liverpool food blog & now, well it’s a bit of everything. I don’t attend as many restaurant reviews as I was doing a year, two years ago and so my content has switched. But after blogging for a whopping 7 years, my domain authority has steadily grown and I get to work with amazing brands – which is truly fab, but I wonder how I got here!
My fave collaborations to take part in a recipe related. I do still love to blog about food and since I’m very much a homebird these days, I do love creating recipe content. So to be recognised by brands for this is pretty ace tbh.
So, I think this is where my blog is going to remain. I’ve dabbled with beauty and I do enjoy make up and beauty products but there are so many kick-ass beauty bloggers out there already, it feels kinda pointless to weigh in with my sub-standard opinion.
I adore cooking, trying new recipes and trying new restaurants so why not blog about something I enjoy? The point of this hobby is because I like to spend my spare time on it so that’s my focus from here in on!
Expect more recipes – savoury and sweet and the odd review, here and there. I’m no longer pushing myself to post every week but a couple a month is fine by me!
I feel like we should also talk about these photos…I adore Peggy Porschen! My Mum and I headed down to London a couple of weeks ago and we made a beeline for Sloane Square to visit the elusive cake shop. Adorned with beautiful pink flowers, a retro bike for decoration and the prettiest, delicious cakes to choose from, we were in Instagram heaven! Taking a seat outside, we ordered a slice of rose champagne cake for Mum and I opted for the forest fruit cupcake. Fruity, decedent and just a bit naughty – it was amazing!
I love trips down to London and can’t wait to plan the next one…