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Blog Dreaming for 2015

December 9, 2014

  Happy Crazy-Almost-the-Middle-of-December! I know what you’re thinking. Who can think about blogging in 2015 right now? It’s the craziest time of the year! But really, I have a little gift for you. Or a gift you can give yourself. Here it is: Grab yourself a cup of coffee and a piece of paper. If [...]

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Holiday Traditions, Then and Now {Blogger of the Month}

December 8, 2014

By Miss December 2014, Mel Lockcuff Christmas has always been a really special time of year. There’s just something about this season. It’s cold outside, sometimes we get a little snow (or we hope for snow), there are all sorts of delicious things to eat that we usually only get to enjoy this time of [...]

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Sunday Line-Up {Dec. 7, 2014}

December 7, 2014

It’s #Sunday #LinkUp Time. Come on over! #ARWB Click To Tweet   & nbsp;

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Bloggers in the Rice Field

December 6, 2014

Arkansas Women Bloggers are the social media megaphones of Arkansas. So naturally, when Riceland wanted to get the word out, they hired Arkansas Women Bloggers to bring in some great influencers to Stuttgart for the WingsOver the Prairie/World Championship Duck Calling Contest. The eight bloggers were able to interact with Georgia Pellegrini, TV Chef, Author, Outdoor [...]

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Kaylyn Cavalier: Merry Merry Munchies {Foodie Friday}

December 5, 2014

To me, recipes are memories. This recipe passed down from grandmother to granddaughter is host to countless scents, tastes, moments, and celebrations. My fondest recollection of a recipe memory is my Mamaw’s Trash (or Chex Mix as it is more often called).  Having just celebrated Thanksgiving, I spent a lot of time last week remembering [...]

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Our Family Christmas Tree {Tour of Trees}

December 4, 2014

By Kayla Dean This is our family Christmas tree. Every year, my brother and I pick a weekend to bring the kids over and help put up our mother’s tree. When we were young children, my brother and I couldn’t wait to put up the Christmas tree. Then, the tree was covered in glass and [...]

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Blue Christmas {Wordless Wednesday}

December 3, 2014

By Kayla I. Shown-Dean the author of Muted and Autumn Leaflets and www.kideanaround.com Kayla I. Shown-Dean is the author of Muted and her newly published collection of poetry, Autumn Leaflets. She is also a blogger and regular contributor to shortfictionbreak.com. Kayla is also a member of White County Creative Writers, and she attends the annual Writer’s Retreat at the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum. In addition to [...]

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Miss December – Mel Lockcuff

December 1, 2014

By Mel Lockcuff (of course) Hello, friends and fellow writers. My name is Mel Lockcuff, and I’m so excited to be Arkansas Women Bloggers’ Miss December. Gosh, I feel like I’ve won a pageant or something. This is one of my favorite times of the year…the most wonderful time of the year. If you knew [...]

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Sunday Link-Up {Nov. 30, 2014}

November 30, 2014

We’re excited to be sharing on #Sunday #LinkUp. Come join us. #ARWB Click To Tweet  

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Michelle Shellabarger: Tamales Panamanian Style {Foodie Friday}

November 28, 2014

   Growing up in Panamá I always looked forward to the holidays because it meant… Tamales!   Not the corn-husked wrapped, cheese smothered type that Arkansas is so famous for (which I have discovered are fantastic in themselves) but the fat, presents of corn dough and favorful meat wrapped up with banana leaves and twine.   [...]

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