Alrighty then, it’s Sunday funday, so I am going to have a little fun with this blog post.
There is a group of female bloggers that I follow regularly in my Google Reader feed. As a group they provide daily inspiration and perspective in my life. Oh, and quite a few laughs along the way. I’ve had the good fortune of meeting many of them in real life but feel like I know all of them well. All but one have nothing to do with my industry so they often help me start tangential thinking on subjects.
I have provided links to both their blogs and their Twitter handles.
Bananzattack written by @bananza – Last Fall while searching for a new voice for this blog I found Anne’s blog. Several of her posts from last Summer provided the courage I needed to become more raw and out there with my readers. I figured out that you guys want to know I am a real person with some of the same real problems you deal with everyday. Now, help me thank Anne by checking out her blog and leaving some comments on her posts that speak to you!
These next three claim they started their blogs in part because of my blog posts. I’d prefer to think they started because it was just time.
j_neitzel writen by @j_neitzel – Jodi is just getting started but I sense a great writer so I am keeping my eye on her blog. It’s going to be fun to say “I knew her when” after her first novel gets published.
More great blogs to read:
Barbara Maldonado written by @bmaldonado – I met Barbara at a Tweetup and even though I met her in real life first I consider her my first of many great Twitter friendships. Her blog takes a professional look at social media with a personality all Barbara’s.
Conversation with myself. written by @krittabug – Just go read it. If you aren’t doubled over in laughter by the end of the 2nd or 3rd post I’d be pretty surprised. Don’t be fooled, however, Krista covers some pretty heavy topics as well and those have helped me deal with issues in my own life.
Sara Santiago written by @sarasantiago – Sara comes from a big family like me and upon meeting for the first time declared my wife Cheryl and I family. She meant it. If you aren’t a big fan of strongly opinionated people Sara’s blog may not be for you. I love it and only wish she’d post a little more often!
Stacy’s posterous written by @stacysnook – Everyday for 500 days Stacy is sharing what’s going through her head. She’s on day 36 as I write this. Trust me, it’s always worth the look. Stacy is awesome and loves life.
Tracey’s Space written by @tmgessner – I think just because Tracey ended up last (alphabetical and all) you should consider it saving the best for last and click on over to take a look for yourself. Besides when Tracey runs a race she’s often the first Fit Milwaukee woman to finish.
I originally wanted to title this post “Chicks I Read” but thought some of them might be offended. What do you guys think – would that have been a better title?