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Brittney Lee of Razorback Britt A couple of years ago, my mom went gluten free. She isn’t allergic to gluten, but she found that gluten aggravated some of her pre-existing medical conditions, so she cut it out. Gluten is typically found in most baked goods, as flour contains gluten. While there are gluten free flours, [...]
Alison Chino A few months ago I had the great pleasure of sitting down face to face (via Skype!) with one of my internet heroes, Alexandra Franzen. We had no big agenda for our conversation. Just chat + inspiration. We covered a lot of topics. From writing and creativity to time management and social media. [...]
By Amanda Farris, Miss November 2015 Lately, I’ve been trying to give out “happy’s”. A happy is a simple, small, unexpected gift of appreciation or encouragement towards someone. With the holiday season approaching, we will have a lot of opportunities to be intentional about giving to others. But personally, I think it is fun to [...]
It’s November, and if you are anything like me you are simultaneously overjoyed at and terrified of all the amazing holiday food that is just around the corner. Holiday food is incredibly delicious and, ahem, hearty to say the least. There is really no secret as to why once the holidays are over there is [...]
by Tiffany Hathorn We can’t control everything that happens to us in life. However, we can control the way that we perceive things and the way that we respond to them. That is my mantra. With that in mind, I always try to be positive about things. Even in the midst of challenges and difficult [...]
By Debbie Arnold of Dining with Debbie I’m reminded every day how much I am abundantly blessed by my faith, family and friends. They are the strength of my existence, and I am beyond thankful for their presence in my life.
I must say that I am immensely honored and surprised to be Miss November for Arkansas Women Bloggers. I feel like I should run down the line of fellow women bloggers giving out high fives to celebrate this community. Maybe I will get to do that one day but until then we can hang out [...]
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Blogger of the Month
Amanda Farris is a former teacher/coach who hung up the whistle when she got promoted to mom. She still keeps those competitive juices by running in local races and playing competitive board games with her kids. She is the reigning Jenga champion in her home.
Miss January- Rhonda Bramell
Miss February -Michelle Shellabarger
Miss March -Kat Robinson
Miss April - Jamie Smith
Miss May - Sarah Shotts
Miss June - Rhonda Franz
Miss July -Jacqueline Presley
Miss August - Jenny Marrs
Miss September - Suzy Taylor Oakley
Miss October - Stacey Valley
Miss November - Amanda Farris