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Monday, 1 October 2018

#BLOGTOBER Day 1: An Introduction to Blogtober

As summer closes, and the evenings darken & temperatures begin to fall, equestrians all over start to capture the beauty of autumn, particularly October, with the tones in the countryside around us changing to oranges, yellows and browns. Blogtober enables us all to celebrate this gorgeous seasonal change...

What is #Blogtober?

In a nutshell, it is a bloggers challenge to embrace the season change during October, both for equestrian bloggers and non-horse bloggers worldwide. Everyday throughout the month, I will be posting a blog, and showcasing it on social media, so make sure you check back, or are following us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter to keep up to date on all the topics 🗓

Here's all the posts we've included in Blogtober!

This will be a challenge for me & bring with it a lot of dedication to my blog - much more so than normal. With the everyday other pressures of life, I often don't find the time to spend it creating content for my blog, so fingers crossed I can keep up with all the other fantastic bloggers taking part!

What does #Blogtober have coming up?

After discovering the concept, Equipepper and The Forelock Journal explained that there were may equestrian bloggers joining in either creating their own list of blog posts or using a list thought up by Charlotte at The Forelock Journal 💞

I've decided to join in with the masses and blog on 31 pre-determined topics.

How can you read more content from bloggers during #Blogtober?

Heather Wallace from Timid Rider has set up an equestrian blog hop to showcase all the bog posts from any blog WORDLDWIDE who is taking part & puts their content forward. Just take a look below at all the AMAZING bloggers who have some really great reads too!

Sit back, relax & enjoy the celebration of Autumn through #Blogtober!

Follow the #Blogtober Blog hop

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