BlogHer Archives - Evolved Mommy
First, those are some amazing legs.
Second, Katie is a good role model for us. She’s a powerful, independent, smart woman with confidence. She builds other women up and celebrates their lives.
Therefore, I will be checking out her new …
To read part one, where we learned the pro-iphonography one-hand-hold technique, click here.
More iPhoneography iPhone Photography Tips from BlogHer 12 1. Tap to refocus, which changes the lighting
This is one of the BEST tips I learned at the …
My first official session of BlogHer12 is iPhoneography (how to take fancy pictures with your iPhone) lead by @schmutzie, the FABULOUS Stephanie Calabrese Roberts (seriously, follow her @littlepurplecow). She has a whole book about iPhoneography called (appropriately) “The Art of iPhoneography” …
Local author (Blacklisted from the PTA) and blogger (TODAY Show Moms, Brooke Burke’s Modern Mom and After the bubbly) Lela Davidson was selected by the national production company Listen To Your Mother Show, LLC. (LTYM) to produce and direct a local performance of the acclaimed Mother’s Day series of live readings. Northwest Arkansas was one of only 10 locations selected this year from a pool of interested cities for 2012.
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.
“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
UPDATE: For the links to the blogs of all of the fabulous LR CheeseburgHers go here.
Not this. This is a satellite party, but it’s the closest I’m getting to a blog conference this year, so I’ll take it! And it was a blast.
Officially, it was CheeseburgHer10.
The Story of CheeseburgHer:
The Cheeseburgher tradition began