The Women Bloggers LLC community members (in eight states!) are natural megaphones and amplifiers, and their talent in curating and sharing content combined with life experiences and strong opinions as parents and consumers makes us the most unique talent agency our partners will encounter. For more information on working with The Women Bloggers, email to Stephanie at The Women Bloggers.
Our family moved to Germany in September, so we have once again found ourselves adjusting to cooking what we can find in a new country. It feels as though I had just gotten used to the grocery stores in Scotland, but now I am wandering stores where all the packaging is in another language. I […]
I know what you’re thinking, “Isn’t this supposed to be The Arkansas Women Bloggers, Blogger of the Month? Does this guy have the right… um, qualifications for this?” Well, I’m a fourth generation Arkansan and I’ve been video blogging (vlogging) for nearly seven years. Oh, you mean THAT. I can explain. About eight years ago, […]
Today we are linking up our favorite ways to celebrate the new year. Share your party foods and ideas. Do you have traditions you and your family always bring out when a new year rolls around? Goals? Resolutions? Intentions? Share those posts. As always, we are looking forward to what you have to say.
by Connie Ash As 2016 comes to an end and planning for 2017 begins, you may find yourself stressed and with nothing left to give. As women, we often feel the need to give one-hundred percent of what we have to others or to causes that are meaningful to us. Being a giver should bring […]
by Lacie Ring, Miss December 2016 I hope y’all have had a very MERRY CHRISTMAS! Thank you so much for letting me share the month of December with you. It has been a true pleasure. I’m honored to have the chance to show you some of my favorite blog posts from Easy Peasy Pleasy. At […]
Merry Christmas from the ARWB Team! Fa La La La La, SWEET MERCY, it is already Christmas Day and a new year is right around the corner. I want to thank all of you who have jumped in and breathed life into this mission of gathering, growing and connecting here at Arkansas Women Bloggers yet […]
I have only a few memories of my great-grandmother, Granny Mary. I remember sitting on her front screened in porch, in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and drinking my first cup of coffee around age six (which meant I was really drinking milk with a little bit of coffee.) I remember walking down the street to the Five […]
by Brenda McClain J.O.Y. was engraved on a pendant received upon high school graduation; and on the back was – Jesus; Others: Yourself. Thanks to a fire, the pendant is long-gone.The message? With me to this day. It’s my hope the meaning of the message has grown with me as I’ve matured as a Christian […]
By Darla Haas of Third Season A few years ago I was honored to join a group of women who made a trip to India where we held conferences in three different cities. Their receptivity to what we had to say, their eagerness to show up early and stay late and their continual honoring of […]
January - Step by Step February - I'll Be Loving Your Forever March - I Want It That Way April - Larger than Life May - Hangin' Tough June - Bye Bye Bye July - Summertime August - The Hardest Thing September - I Swear October - Because of You November - End of the Road December - Funky, Funky Xmas
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Blogger of the Month
James is a long-time youtuber, stay at home dad and homestead farmer from Northwest Arkansas. He mashed up his love for his Volkswagen Bus and his aspirations to video blog (vlog) into his brand “Busvlogger” almost 7 years ago. Busvlogger encourages viewers to “get your hands dirty” to craft their best lives. James loves taking viewers behind the curtain as he meets farmers and creatives and explores the Natural State and beyond.
Miss January- Janeal Yancey
Miss February - Jeanetta Darley
Miss March - Ramona Collins
Miss April - Karen Jordan
Miss May - Carmella Fryer
Miss June - Dr. Margaret Rutherford
Miss July - Jessica Bauer