When I was a child I used to LOVE reading magazines and signing up to their weekly subscriptions, this carried on throughout my teenage years where I used to read Mizz magazine (anyone else remember this one?!) moving onto Cosmo and Elle in my later teens. However during my twenties I’ve found it increasingly hard to find magazines that I really enjoy reading and until last year hadn’t signed up to a subscription in literally years. Just when I was about to give up on the magazine hunt, Blogosphere magazine came along! Blogosphere magazine is perfect for all bloggers and anyone who’s interested in blogging in general. It’s amazing for inspiration and I’ve discovered so many bloggers that I’ve fallen in love with through this magazine. If you’re part of the blogging world then you would have definitely heard about it and I’m so happy that I now have a subscription as I always struggled finding a copy in WHSmith (no idea why I didn’t subscribe sooner). It’s filled with lots of diverse content including advice, photography, exclusive interviews, events, blogging-focused features and everything else in-between. I’ve been reading since the first issue and it’s amazing to see it evolve into a 164-page publication, it’s truly a wonderful celebration of blogging. The latest issue features Dodie who is one of my favourite YouTubers with photography by the talented Linda Blacker (check out more of her work, it’s incredible). In the interview she doesn’t just discuss her music, but also important issues such as mental health and life changes. It’s one of my favourite interviews so far and gives a real insight into her world. I’m excited to see the cover star of the next issue and the best thing about being a subscriber is that you get the magazine before it’s released in the stores! A quick note on my outfit as I’m in love with these Linen Striped Trousers from ASOS, they’re currently a staple in my wardrobe. I’ve only recently been changing my style and delving into the world of trousers and I haven’t looked back, the paperbag waist style is very flattering and now have a wardrobe full of this style of trousers. These have started a new obsession and I love switching them up with crop tops, t-shirts and shirts for a smarter look. Let me know your thoughts on paperbag waist trousers and if you’re subscribed to Blogosphere magazine too!