I love supporting other bloggers and getting to know them better by sharing their content!
For this second installment, meet Bexa from Hello Bexa. I’ve been especially enjoying her travel posts and wide variety of other posts! (Seriously, whoever says you have to have a niche is grossly mistaken).
Without further ado, here are some questions she answered for me:
Tell us a bit about yourself.
I’m Bexa from Southampton, UK. I’m currently a student with The Open University studying for a MSc in Science. I live with my two cats Simba & Zazu (gotta love the Lion King) and have a bit of an obsession with pretty stationery and sweet potato fries.
How did you get into blogging?
I used to blog back in 2010 about health and fitness. It was a place where I shared my 4 stone weight loss journey in the hopes to inspire others to live a healthier life. I took a little (4 year) break from blogging but felt re-inspired to get back into it last October. I had somehow found myself reading a lot of blogs and thought I wanna do that again. I’m loving being part of a huge supportive community and I’m now wondering what I actually did with my time when I wasn’t blogging.
Tell us about your favorite blog post.
I really enjoyed writing 18 Amazing Places I’ve Visited In The Last Seven Years as I had fun looking through all my old travel snaps and reminiscing on the adventures. It won’t do my bank account any good though, as ever since writing that I just want to book up my next holiday!
What are you doing when you’re not blogging?
Studying, playing my guitar, swimming, reading… Just recently I have discovered I enjoy podcasts and I feel like I have now reached the next level of adult. Other than that I’m probably just spending waaay to much time on Twitter.
What is your favorite pizza?
I’m a fan of Dominos chicken feast with plenty of garlic and herb dip.
From all your travels, where would you return to first?
Oooh, good question! I would to go back to Thailand. I visited a few years ago and absolutely loved the place for its culture, stunning scenery, friendly people and cheap noodles. There is so much to see and do out there. I would definitely go on a boat trip to one of the beautiful islands nearby as the sea was too rough to do so on my trip. Also, the massages there are amazing!
Where else can we find you?
Photo by Arnel Hasanovic.