Bloggers Archives - Page 3 of 3 - Evolved Mommy
There are several bloggers in NWA that now get together (somewhat) regularly. Of those bloggers I’ve compiled a list of the ones you should really get to know. Interact with them on Twitter. They are supportive, informative, curious, different, uplifting and genuinely fun people.
This is a link to an amazing article by an adorable young couple who made dramatic improvements to their sweet little kitchen for less than $100. Click the link to see the actual post. Her blog is full of great projects and ideas.
My good friend Lela is kind of a big deal and writes for some pretty fancy websites. She also has a supposedly hilarious book coming out this month called “Blacklisted from the PTA.”
Anyway, I did a skype interview with her for a post on Parentingsquad.com.
Ever since I was so graciously invited to P. Allen (just Allen to those in the know) Smith’s Moss Mountain retreat I have had gardening on the brain.
Y’all know my focus right now is supposed to be on our family finances, not on perfecting the family garden. However, I’ve figured out how to incorporate the latter right into the former. Woot!
This is where I spent the last couple of days. If you don’t know who P. Allen Smith is click his name to learn more. He’s a brilliantly fabulous garden guru and he lives in my home state. This week I was lucky enough to attend a learning event he held for 20 bloggers. Most of the other attendees have strong gardening backgrounds. I do not, but I am dying to learn how to garden efficiently and effectively so as to stay on a family budget. Mostly, I wanted to learn about vegetable gardening because we tried our first garden last year with mediocre (at best) results. However, my favorite type of gardening is flower gardening, so I really paid attention there, too. As a bonus, I learned a lot about gardening projects and resources for kids.
I can’t wait to share what I have learned. Stay posted for pictures, articles, projects and links to amazing resources!
By Sarah E. White
Just a couple of decades ago, if you wanted to learn a craft, you either had to know someone who already knew how to do what you wanted to learn or you had to find a book that was detailed enough to be able to teach you what you needed to know.
These days, however, it’s much easier to learn any craft you can imagine — or anything else you want to learn, for that matter — thanks to the Internet. No matter how obscure the technique, you’re sure to find a multitude of blogs, websites, videos and information on social networking sites devoted to the topic.
That’s great news for crafters, who
“My Darling, My Hamburger” by Paul Zindel was one of my very favorite books as a child. I mention it because listed below are my favorite CheesburgHers. These are the ladies who have an amazing way with words, and are a lot of fun to play with.
Here’s something funny
I went to Amazon
So I went to my first blog conference this weekend and had so much fun. Finally, I’m not the nerdiest in the group somewhere. WOOHOO!
Okay, and let me just say…I freakin’ love these people. They make me feel totally stupid, but that’s okay.
There was a 19 year old