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Ten Sources for Writing Inspiration

“What is written without effort is in generally read without pleasure.” Samuel Johnson Before photography, blogging or writing professionally, I was a journaler–a storyteller. Even then, I would struggle with writer’s block on occasion. When life is tumultuous (or extraordinary), it seems there is plenty to write about. Words just pour out, virtually writing themselves. […]

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Blogging 101

I cannot even begin to thank all of the bloggers that participated in The Creative Blogger Event.  We were astounded by the response from our bloggers and readers.  It was great and I cannot wait to do it again next year. I hope that you add these talented women to your reader.  I know that […]

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Amanda Green Bottoms from

Amanda Green Bottoms from Kevin and Amanda is here with us today.  Her blog is a place to find a photography tutorial, a great recipe, blog tips, and not to mention her adorable dogs. Food, photography, and travel. I love sharing our favorite family-friendly recipes along with photography and DSLR tutorials and our favorite weekend […]

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Layla Palmer from

Want to throw away everything in your house away and start over?  After reading Layla Palmer’s blog, The Lettered Cottage, you will have plenty of inspiration to start over.   Gorgeous decor, DIY, a chronicle of their adoption story.  Welcome Layla! The Lettered Cottage blog is chock full of affordable, traditional and cottage-style design ideas, […]

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Melaine Thompson from

Welcome Melaine Thompson from My Sweet Savannah.  Melaine’s blog is pure pleasure for the eyes.  Beautiful home decor and home inspiration.  You will leave inspired and wanting to redecorate at least on part of your home. My blog highlights interior design. I try to give low cost ideas for re-creating high priced items. I also […]

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