Bermuda Bloggers contains a selection of Bermudians and expat residents talking about Bermuda politics, news and life in general. There are lots more out there – for the most part I have omitted any not updated in 2013. This is a work-in-progress so I’ll continue to add more as time goes on. Feel free to let me know if I have missed any, or even if you’d like your’s removed.
In no particular order:
Bermudian Dejon Simons documents his life after surviving a motorcycle accident in 2004.
Bermuda-based travel journalist, television host and internationals adventurer David LaHuta blogs about his adventures around the world, what life is like as a stay-at-home dad and updates about his increasingly busy television career. .
Random musings on politics, finance and life by Bermudian Denis Pitcher.
Bermudian Jonathan Starling on a variety of issues but mainly focusing on politics.
Lawyer Peter Sanderson’s blog is intended to provide comment on legal developments affecting Bermuda and to contribute to public understanding of the law.
Random ruminations of a twentysomething Bermudian on politics, life, economics, psychology, and anything else that strikes a chord.
by Bermudian Mike Hind (aka Uncle Elvis).
Blustery opinions from Bermuda.
Christian Dunleavy’s blog on the subject of, unsurprisingly, politics.
A Charton Athletic fan on life in Bermuda.
Written and produced by Chris Gibbons, a British journalist and editor who has lived and worked in Bermuda since 1982.
Bionic Bermudian Ryan Gibbons keeps a video blog to document life after having a below-knee amputation.
Yoga On The Rock is about the how and why for yoga in Bermuda.
Bermudian Tamaraxo chronicles her journey to find her own personal style, including details on her travels and inspirations.
Commentary about Bermuda as seen by Jeremy Deacon, a former journalist/editor now in public and media relations.
The pictures, thoughts and life of an expat in Bermyland.
BeachLime is a Bermuda website providing local blog, comments and analysis on a variety of issues pertaining to the island, the region and globally.
In addition to the above blogs, there are also a couple of forums for anyone who wants more interactive discussion about this Rock we call home: