If you’re using Twitter, you are probably familiar with the #FollowFriday tweets. If you’re not, it’s a way of sharing with your own followers all the fun people you enjoy following on Twitter. (PS – Follow me on Twitter 🙂 ) Today, I will be doing a blog version of that and introducing you to a sweet friend who is also a fellow blogger and linewife.
I first connected with Emily (I love making new friends with other Emilys.) through a Facebook group for linewives. We soon realized we had a lot in common, other than the obvious name thing and both being from Arkansas. Now I guess the rest is history, and our husbands just laugh at us for texting each other too much. She’s new to blogging, but has lots of great stuff to share! Her family takes a different approach to the linelife and travels as a family to wherever the lines lead. That’s obviously not an option for us now, so I enjoy living vicariously through her adventures. 🙂
Over at her blog Highlines and Hairbows, Emily shares more about life on the road, traveling with 2 (soon to be 3!) littles, yummy recipes (You will be surprised what awesomeness she can cook up in a microwave, crockpot, or single skillet.), and homeschooling a preschooler on the road!
Go check out her blog, and leave her a little welcome note. 🙂
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I started blogging for a fun little hobby. I missed writing, and blogging gave me the opportunity to do that again. Now it’s even more fun because I have lots of blogging friends to enjoy it with! Just like most hobbies, it’s more fun when you have others to enjoy the activity with. You may have noticed a new button on the right side of my blog for the Arkansas Women Bloggers. If not, go check it out (or just click the one above). I recently joined a talented group of women working to gather, grow, and connect women bloggers across the Natural State. Networking is an essential part of connecting and growing for a blogger, but it can be difficult to find local bloggers to connect with, especially in a rural state such as Arkansas. That’s why I was so excited when Sarah, who happens to be the ringleader of my local moms group, mentioned this great group on her blog, East 9th Street.
If you’re a woman blogger in the great state of Arkansas, you should definitely go check out the page. And while your at it, fill out the registration form (http://arkansaswomenbloggers.com/join-us/) to join us!
I’ve recently joined up with a group of moms from the NEA area in writing for a new blog, Momsofjonesboro.com.
My first post, an easy snack recipe, just went live. You can check it out HERE.
I finally got around to updating my photography blog this weekend.
As most of you know, I am hoping to launch my own photography business this year. To inspire myself (and to later boost my business), I have started a blog just for my photography.