Oh, this is so fun!! We asked Arkansas Women Bloggers to tell us all about their favorite Arkansas Women Bloggers. Not shockingly, the results were overwhelming – we all really love one another!
By Amy James:
Since I’ve been blogging at Our Everyday Dinners, I’ve had the privilege of meeting so many of my long time blog crushes. Ree from The Pioneer Woman, Kelly from Kelly’s Korner, and Stephanie from Evolved Mommy are a few of the many I’ve been able to know in real life because of blogging. Thanks to Arkansas Women Bloggers, I’ve developed a bunch of new crushes including Beth from The Little Magpie, Julie from Eggs and Herbs, the one and only Stephanie Buckley from The Park Wife, and many others.
By Jacqueline Wolven:
I am a closet foodie. Not a food blogger, not one who takes decent pictures of food, but someone who loves to cook simple healthy meals for my family. What I love about NWAFoodie (aka Lyndi) is that she has real reviews of products and places that have made a tremendous difference in some of my choices. Not to mention that she is just so gosh darn nice in real life. I am inspired by her blog and tweets regularly. Who knows, maybe I’ll come out of the foodie closet because of her! Lyndi’s blog is nwafoodie.com
by Sarah White:
I cannot possibly pick just one blog crush Three immediately came to mind.
Amanda Brown has great photography and is an excellent curator of the pretty and stylish. She gives crafting the best possible name. If I ever grow up, I want to have her style.
And, Kyran Pittman for so honestly sharing her family life, her thoughts on what it means to be a woman, a mom and a writer, creativity and spirit. I always feel enriched after time spent on her blog.
Do you want to share your blog crush?
First, head over to the Arkansas Women Bloggers Directory. Find another registered Arkansas women blogger and tell us why she is your blog crush. Whether she’s a long time amour or only recently made your heart go pitter patter, we want to know why she and her blog are amazing. Email a short paragraph (three to eight sentences will do it) to Arkansas Women Bloggers, and we’ll feature some of the best blog crushes (with links to your blog and theirs) throughout the month!