62 Responses to “In Celebration of Authentic Bloggers”


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  1. I truly enjoy 
    http://magickshop.wordpress.com/ Carolina is truly and inspiration and always has the most interesting crafts and way of expressing her spirituality. I find her to be living her dreams and for that I recommend her in this post.  

  2. Melissa L

    The blog Small Things http://www.gsheller.com/ is certainly worth a mention when discussing authentic bloggers. Ginny gives glimpses into her family’s life through knitting, gardening, parenting and raising her children, bee keeping, raising chickens, and interacting with nature.  Her photography is stunning!  Stop by for a breath of fresh, authentic, Virginia (her home state) air.

  3. Mochin

    My favorite blogger:


    She is so super honest, opinionated, and so dead on with what she says.  Love her and can’t wait to spend eternity with her!!

  4. Thank you so much for mentioning my blog! That was so kind of you.

  5. Debbie

    The last two posts have been awesome.  I came here looking for your homemade bathroom cleaner and found authenticity instead.    I have so much to say, but considering how many comments you have already, I’ll just invite you to visit me on my blog and maybe we’ll meet in the middle some day.
    I will definitely be back to visit you though:)



  6. Two awesome bloggers, very different: first, Dee at Posh Yarn. It’s a combo business blog (she sells maybe the best hand-dyed yarn in the world, with the best service and heart) and personal; she is particularly strong at writing honestly (and very usefully) about depression, and has also posted some very good stuff about body image issues. Second, on a *completely* different tack, I love <a href="http://bluemilk.wordpress.com/"Blue Milk for combining sharp feminist commentary with honest experiences of motherhood.

  7. Alexandra

    I guess I’m a little late here, but I wanted to give a shout out to Whispering Earth (http://whisperingearth.co.uk/).  It has a wonderfully insightful yet gentle mood to it that always makes me feel refreshed when all the ugly gets me down.  

  8. WFG

    I also like this wild food blogger’s blog: http://www.hungerandthirstforlife.blogspot.com. She’s a gluten-free wild chef with the pen of a poet and a pantry I pine for.

  9. Michi

    Ok, so I rediscovered your blog (I forget things sometimes…!) last week and have been digging through and found this :) First off, I want to thank you for helping me clean my oven a few months back! It got really bad because I didn’t want to clean it with super icky poisons, so I can attest that your recipe works!
    And onto the blogs I love… I’ve been on a lifestyle change mission (for health reasons) over the last few months, so the blogs I’ve been reading are all along the same vein, I hope no one minds. The 2 I read the most are http:/www.wellnessmama.com and http://www.paleomg.com They could not be more different in style and focus. Wellness mama is similar to yours in that she has lots of DIY and healthy home tricks to share. Paleomg is another Colorado girl(!) who’s a super funny paleo foodie. And I guess I’ll do a bit of self promotion here. I’ve been chronicling my health journey at http://hussygetshealty.blogspot.com if you’re interested in checking it out :)

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