Name: Sarah Morrison
Blog Reviewed: Texas Sweet Tea
Her favourite post: http://texasweettea.blogspot.com/2015/10/what-dressing-like-sorority-girl-has.html
There is something definitely sweet about the look on Sarah’s blog, Texas Sweet Tea, straight from the moment you land on her home page. The palette is both feminine and unique—where most bloggers choose pink and gold, Sarah went with a couple of tinges of pastel blue, which, combined with the pictures used, the fonts picked, and her signature, combine into an overall feminine, sweet, and unique feel.
Just like with so many other blog however, the site is hard to navigate. The top menu only includes three options, the home page, an about page, and a contact page. There is thankfully a widget on the right hand sidebar that allows for navigation directly to posts sorted in seven categories: advice, college, DIY, fashion, Greek life, lifestyle, and OOTD.
I don’t have a particularly favorite category but in this case, it’s for a good reason: I really enjoy Sarah’s writing style. Turns out that she is that friend that makes just about anything sound fun—the friend you find yourself talking about the most boring topic as if it were the most interesting thing in the world. It makes for quite an eye opening experience in that readers will be drawn into reading posts about topics they might otherwise have skimmed over. This puts quite a bit of responsibility on Sarah’s shoulders, but it looks like she is well on her way to fulfilling it brilliantly.
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Definitely worth a look!
Update: This is the 31st blog review posted on Sahar’s Blog
since the summer of 2015. I was hoping this feature
would generate interest in the blogs reviewed.
But although a lot of love and energy go into
each review, it isn’t yielding enough
interest by either the bloggers reviewed or
my readers to warrant continuing. And so, the
remaining seven blogs I promised to review will be the last
ones, of the Blog Review feature. It’s been a great ride and, should interest be generated again in the future, I will reconsider my decision!
First published on Sahar’s Blog on 4 June 2016