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We asked local women to tell us about their blogs….

each month we will feature some of our favorites!

 

S. Kim Henson: Well-Written Days is an inspirational blog about every 24 hours being jam-packed full with lessons about livin', learnin' and laughin'.http://skimhenson.wordpress.com

 

Mark and Lynn Rhodes: Very entertaining blog with wonderful restaurant reviews, along with events, vineyards, and food stores…complete with lovely pictures.

www.markandlynnarefamished.com

 

Anonymous mother of 3

Blogging about her magical and messy life with lots of humor thrown in. http://blog.themomfessions.com

 

 Wendy Cassera – Taxpectations

Blogging about Life, Business, Passion, and … well… Taxes

http://taxpectations.com/blog

 

Black Water Honey  

blackwaterhoney.blogspot.com

I was born and raised here in Conway and I started the blog to give my beautiful town a voice. We are so rich in tradition, history and stories here that I just can’t stay silent. I do write about things outside of Conway, current events that catch my eye, fashion, interior decorating, recipes etc.

 

Kimberly Quinn Hill  

http://mousetalestravel.com/blog/

I blog about Disney and other magical vacations, along with crafts and recipes all relating to family travel.

 

Melissa Byers 

http://www.myrtlebeachforfamilies.com

Myrtle Beach for Families

MyrtleBeachforFamilies.com is a blog dedicated to bringing the very best the Grand Strand has to offer to families living in and visiting the area.  It focuses on events, businesses, attractions, and fun things to do, always with an eye on value and appropriateness for a variety of age groups.

 

Dorien Morin-van Dam  

http://moreinmedia.com

Engagement Blog by Social Media Engagement Specialist Dorien Morin-van Dam.  Includes ‘how-to’s, video tutorials, the occasional rant and lots of

up-to-date Social media industry information.

 

Meg Carter  

www.madebymeg.net/blog/

I blog about all sorts of things, my jewelry, DIY, photography and everyday happenings. 

 

Gina Trimarco Cligrow, Director of Training & Entertainment

Carolina Improv 

http://www.carolinaimprov.com/blog/

How to apply improv-based techniques to personal and professional life

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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