Bloggers Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Evolved Mommy
I know some pretty awesome Arkansas bloggers that I think you might like to follow. Here’s one that is particularly unique.
1. First, what is your blog and what it is about?
That Cover Girl is my little hobby-blog-home on the Internet that’s dedicated to YA (young adult) book cover art. You’ll find cover art I love, loath, and interviews with designers, art directors, illustrators, photographers, and authors. Book reviewers critique the inside of books; I just like to critique their faces.
2. What’s your story? How did you come to be a blogger?
When I was in college, I started a (groan) Xanga site. I’d post
Four months ago I made a rash decision on the way to dinner at Noodle’s Italian restaurant. My friends were there already; I was late, which is a little out of character for me and I was on the phone with Angela Belford.
We had partnered on a social media management proposal for a national product and she was asking how I thought the pitch went. As I was getting off of the freeway we were in the middle of talking about future collaborations when I heard myself say out loud,
If you are woman and a blogger in Arkansas you should know about this site. It’s a gathering place for locals and it’s a great place to get support, make friends and learn new things.
Your first stop after hitting the home page should be the blogger directory.
By Holly Shacklett
Everything my child touches is gold…
By Holly Shacklett of Simply Organized
One way I am getting ready for the school year is cleaning up the display area for my child’s art. Our display area happens to be in the playroom.
I created a simple way to display art with small
This ENTIRE website/blog is devoted to fixing little girls’ hair. Think that seems silly?
You are WRONG!!!
I definitely need help in this department and these “how to” videos are perfect. All of the videos I watched are less than five minutes.
OH, and best of all, there’s a “Daddy ‘Do” section of videos that use an actual dad to demonstrate easy ‘dos for our big-handed better halves.
Being a blogger definitely has its perks. Today I had the opportunity, thanks to the ladies at Arkansas Women Bloggers (if you blog go there and get plugged in), to spend the day with nine other Arkansas food bloggers at the Winthrop Rockefeller (yes, of those Rockefellers) Institute on the top of Petit Jean Mountain.
It seems like everyone on the Twitters is live tweeting from a blog conference these days. ‘Tis the season. In that spirit I thought some of you might like to know which ones are the most popular, where they are and how to get the info.