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  • Meet our Homemakers. They're a lively group full of passionate, home-loving bloggers who share their thoughts, projects, stories, and ideas with us each week at Wayfair.com. They write about everything from life and family to budget-saving DIY projects to important home decor tips—so there's something for everyone!
  • Interior Design

  • lesley w graham
    Lesley Graham lives outside of Atlanta with her husband Sam and two little girls, Matilda and Phoebe. When she's not working in her most prized role, you can find her blogging. Her blog focuses on family, food, design, and everything in between. She and her husband are currently fixing up a 1910 farmhouse which occupies most of their free time these days.

  • hello lidy




    Lidy Dipert lives in sunny California with her husband and soon-to-be three adopted little ones. She is also the blogger behind Hello Lidy, where she and her husband blog about design, decor, and DIYs. When they aren't busy chasing after their three toddlers, you can find Lidy and her clan hitting up fun LA flea markets or taking little road trips to the coast!

  • design crush



    Kelly Beall began the blog Design Crush in 2007 as a love letter to the design community, and she hasn't looked back since! Her work has been featured on Huffington Post, Herman Miller, and Etsy, among others, and she has had the honor of working with such brands as Electrolux, Traditional Home, and Nissan. Kelly also works as a graphic designer and creative consultant when she's not chasing her two dogs and two cats around her Oklahoma City home.

  • design confidential


    Rayan Turner is the founding editor of The Design Confidential, and a maker of things. A retired interior designer and a bit of a lazy furniture builder by trade, she is admittedly a hoarder of project supplies and lumber. Rayan can't manage to part with anything that has even a smidgen of decor potential so naturally, her ongoing project list never dips below double digits. A mommy of two crazed little boys by day and a DIY daredevil by night, Rayan is constantly pushing the DIY boundaries to find the limits of what can actually be done 'yourself' and what is perhaps better left to someone else...

  • brooklyn limestone





    ​Stefanie is the blogger behind Brooklyn Limestone where she chronicles the adventures of striving to live a well-designed life under the roof of a 100-year old townhouse in New York. Focusing on 'real life' design, Brooklyn Limestone features renovation stories, decor, and design advice, DIY tutorials, entertaining tips, organizing ideas, travel inspiration, and more.

  • i heart cleveland




    ​Charity D'Amato is a small businesses owner, graphic designer, blogger (at I Heart Cleveland), pug mom, Airstream enthusiast, and Cleveland cheerleader. She is passionate about home interiors, family, entertaining, style, food, the arts, and her northeast Ohio community. There are never enough hours in the day for all the creative projects she wants to accomplish, so let's GET THIS PARTY STARTED!

  • Design Life Kids


    ​Kim Wardell is the founder of design and lifestyle blog, DESIGN + LIFE + KIDS where she writes about her passion for modern design, home decor, children's fashion, and food. She shares her latest adventures in DIY with home projects like her kitchen renovation (which was featured on Apartment Therapy), and her obsessions with modern home decor and white interiors. Kim loves creating new recipes in the kitchen with her two daughters and their "Cooking With Kids" series on DLK and has created recipes for Campbell's and was selected as a Stonyfield Farm blog ambassador.

  • pars caeli




    Pars Caeli is a bright spot on web for DIY and design, kids and parenting, holidays and all days. MJ Kocovski is the creator of Pars Caeli as well as a graphic designer/social media specialist by day (and night), the chief entertainer of three kids, and the wife to her favorite date. On Pars Caeli lively participation is encouraged as humor and joy pave the way to a thoughtful life.

  • the chic files




    Sandra Avila is the voice behind the lifestyle blog The Chic Files, a source for creative inspiration that covers everything from fashion and design to entertaining and travel. A busy executive by day, on nights and weekends she is found styling her friends' closets and homes in the Boston area. She also loves exploring and taking on new adventures with her husband and Yorkie.

  • copy cat chic




    ​Reichel Broussard combines her love for home design and deal hunting on her blog Copy Cat Chic. She loves to blog about finding designer looks for your home for less. An avid thrifter, flea market hunter, Craigslist connoisseur, and DIY-attemptist, Reichel is also a wife, a mother, and full-time blogger in the San Francisco, Bay Area.

  • remodelaholic


    Cassity Kmetzsch, an interior designer with a love of remodeling, shares tons of decorating ideas and problem-solving tips on her popular blog, Remodelaholic. A Remodelaholic through and through, both Cassity and her husband Justin have remodeled four homes together. One of the things that she loves the most? Reinventing and recycling pieces or building leftovers that she already has on hand. Cassity has two young daughters that she hopes to teach her remodeling ways just as soon as they are able to!

  • bower power blog


    ​Her name is Bower. Katie Bower. She married a goodlookin' studmuffin. Jeremy. They're just a couple of suburban Atlantans who decided to write about this crazy adventure called life in their blog BowerPower. Katie is a 30-year-old former homeschooler who has a love for decor, entertaining, jokes, and photography. Jeremy is a preacher's kid who can't get enough power tools, mountain biking, hanging out with friends, and well, Katie. After they got hitched, bought a house, started renovating, and had their little boy, Will, a blog seemed like the best way to catalog their transformations and family escapades without actually picking up a phone or breaking out the stationery.

  • style carrot




    Marni Elyse Katz is the blogger behind StyleCarrot, a blog devoted to art and décor with a contemporary bent, along with a sprinkling of street style. A Boston-based writer and editor, Katz is a regular contributor to the Boston Globe, Boston Globe Magazine, and Boston Home. You can follow @StyleCarrot on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.

  • four generations one roof





    Jessica Bruno is the voice behind the popular blog, Four Generations One Roof. They are a crew of four generations all living together under one roof; and Jessica happens to be the ring leader of their blog where she shares their insane living arrangement, daily family chaos, DIY home renovations, project tutorials, room makeovers, and whatever else goes on in their Massachusetts home.

  • sensational color



    ​A childhood love of color turned into a college-age fascination with the interaction of colors, then into a career of color trend forecasting and product development. Today, Kate Smith, CMG, CfYH, is president and chief color maven at Sensational Color, a company that provides color knowledge and know-how to corporations primarily in the home industry. Kate is an inspirational keynote speaker and seminar leader, blending color theory and psychology into entertaining and informative talks that bring color to life.

  • house tweaking





    ​Dana Miller is the author of the blog, House*Tweaking, where she shares the never-ending journey of transforming her underdog house into a stylish and livable home. Recently, she quit her reputable job as a pharmacist to be a stay-at-home mom and pursue a career in design. Her handy hubby is her sidekick and they have three young kiddos who keep things interesting—and LOUD.

  • seventh house on the left



    ​Ashley Brown is one of the two bloggers behind 7th House on the Left—a blog where she and her husband, Greg, write about renovating, decorating, and living in their first home in Hanover, Virginia. Growing up, Ashley was that kid with the perfectly arranged stuffed animals, alphabetized coloring books, and the color-coded sticker book. Now, as a graphic designer, shop owner, and interior design enthusiast, she is a lover of lists and is constantly jotting down ideas or sketching designs in notebooks.

  • simplified bee




    As a mother of two young children, Cristin understands the desire for a home to be functional, yet beautiful. Blending the two disciplines of home organization and interior design resonated with her and thus Simplified Bee® was born. She believes that surrounding yourself with lovely, organized spaces reduces stress, makes you happier, and inspires healthier living.

  • matthew mead



    ​Matthew is a stylist, writer, author, photographer, lifestyle editor, and noted style expert. Matthew is the official food photographer for the Associated Press and is a regular contributor to Better Homes and Gardens, Real Simple, and Oprah.com. He has also written several books and produced countless magazine spreads and ad campaigns for companies such as Pottery Barn, Dove Chocolate, Target, and Stonewall Kitchen.

  • southern hospitality




    ​From Atlanta, Georgia, Rhoda Vickers loves decorating and DIY projects and she shares her adventures on Southern Hospitality. Decorating a home doesn't have to cost a fortune, and Rhoda has spent years thrifting at antiques markets and yards ales, finding those treasures that make a home unique. She wishes to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity when it comes to making a house a home, sweet home.

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    ​Jen Jones has always had an admiration for all things crafty, storage, and home related. She now taps into that love daily as she applies it to her fun family life as a wife and mom to three growing boys. She also shares her passion with the world via her blog, IHeart Organizing. Jen loves integrating lovely storage and organizing solutions within her home's décor, and most of the time that means hacking a piece of furniture or making her own storage to save some money and create something unique to her home.

  • chris loves julia


    ​Chris loves Julia
    , the blog, unofficially (officially?) started back in 2009 as a platform for Julia to write and share photos and stories with family members and close friends. In April 2011, when Chris and Julia bought their first home, a fixer, the real fun/work/blog began. They started filling their evenings working on the house and now they blog five days a week about the happs–home decor, design, DIY with an occasional foodie post from Chris thrown in. They have been packing in the projects, sharing daily details of our DIY feats and failures (they're still learning here), all with their toddler, Greta, rootin' us on–and these days, it turns out a lot more than just their close friends and family are along for the ride.

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    ​Adrianne and Jeremy are the authors of the blog Dream Book Design. They are mildly obsessed with being married to each other, loving on their baby boy, and doing DIY projects. They recently sold their first home, that they remodeled completely, and are now tackling their new (1950's) home. Dream Book Design is a mix of DIY projects, design inspiration, and real life happenings, as there are a lot of those having a little kid!

  • life in sketch



    Life in Sketch is a design blog with an emphasis on interiors, founded and authored by Manhattan-based interior designer Tina Ramchandani. With more than eight years of experience in the design industry, Tina has an eye for well-designed spaces and novel products with great design. Life in Sketch's mission is to share unique perspectives on interior design, tips of the trade as related to products and practices, and help every reader discover great design and inspire them to create a luxurious, stylish home for themselves.

  • Katie del Castillo has an incessant case of wanderlust, and always answers the call when an adventure presents itself.  She served 5 years as an Army Officer, with assignments in
    Hawaii, Afghanistan and the Pentagon, although her true passion has always been interior design and anything sparkly and colorful.  She attributes her love of design to the 4 years she spent starved for creativity in a stark barracks room at the United States Military Academy at West Point.  She believes everything in life is better with a dash of whimsy, and blogs about interior design, fashion, and anything else that catches her eye, on her blog Life With a Dash of Whimsy.

  • Live the Life You Dream About
    Live The Life You Dream About is a lifestyle blog written by Manhattan-based interior designer Sarah Sarna. Centered on Sarah's belief that design is about embracing life and how we want to live it, Live The Life You Dream About provides style, interior design, fashion, and lifestyle inspiration.

  • DIO Home Improvements
    Dria Szwarc is the blogger behind DIO Home Improvements; an interior design blog with a focus on Home Renovation & DIY Projects. Dria's most notable blog accomplishment to date is a room makeover done for her local Fire Station. She hopes to continue giving back to her local heroes in the form of room makeovers.

  • DIY

  • rain on a tin roof



    Jenna LaFevor blogs about DIY projects, home décor, frugal finds, and other decorating dilemmas over at Rain on a Tin Roof. She has a teaching degree that now collects dust and will probably be morphed into a DIY project before it's all said and done. When she isn't trying to keep her kid from climbing out of the circus ring or making sure her husband's shirts are taken to the dry cleaners so she gets out of ironing, she can most likely be found with a paintbrush in one hand and a Cherry Coke in the other.

  • prim and propah



    Amanda Light started Prim and Propah as a means to express her love of all things creative, stylish, silly and beyond. Touching on many different topics, Amanda spends most of her writing about her favorite creations, DIY projects, design endeavors, pretty shoes, and ways to spruce up her life. In addition to cultivating P&P, she has also been known to scour yard sales and flea markets for new refurb projects...much to her husband's dismay. The creative juices are always flowing (sometimes overflowing) and really, it's what life is all about: having fun!

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    Laura Trevey is the founder of Bright Bold and Beautiful where she shares creative ways to live beautifully, through DIY projects, home tours and celebrating the holidays. You can also find Laura on Etsy selling her award-winning bright and beautiful watercolor paintings and prints. Follow along with @lauratrevey on Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram.

  • thome home


    Abby Thome is the blogger behind thethomehome, a relatable heartwarming blog that captures the life of a DIY- and decor-obsessed mama of two wild little men and a lucky wife to her handy handsome man, Dan. They live in the suburbs of Cleveland, where they are currently renovating their second fixer-upper, a forever home. The Thomes cannot get enough of transforming spaces with a mix of old and new, giving rooms a fresh and functional feel for their family. It's a wild ride as parents and homeowners, but they balance it all with a lot laughter and wine.

  • today's creative blog


    ​Kim Demmon is the editor and owner of Today's Creative Blog, and InspirationDIY. She also has a monthly guest spot on ABC Katu AMNW Morning Show in Portland, Oregon, as their creative expert. Kim represents a creative lifestyle with ideas for DIY crafts, home decor, and delicious meals. From the Pacific Northwest, Kim is a busy mom who adores her teenage son and middle-aged husband and is constantly wiping the muddy paws of her adorable adolescent Labradoodle, Maybelline. In her spare time, she teaches fitness classes and loves to decorate with thrift store bargains.

    "Life is more fun when it's creative!"

  • `a casarella




    Elena Sullivan is a stay-at-home mom and the creative mind behind the blog `a casarella. What began as a New Year's resolution has evolved into a cozy corner of the Internet devoted to crafts, DIY, recipes, entertaining, and more. After leaving her job as a high school English teacher, Elena was thrilled to discover the blogosphere, a place where one can create, inspire, and be inspired…all before the kids get home from school!

  • Create & Babble





    Jeanie Hevener is a recent empty nester who blogs at Create & Babble, where she shares her DIY projects, decorating ideas, and crafting. After the youngest of her three children got married and left the nest, Jeanie's motto became: make pretty things and make things pretty...and ride your bike!

  • Just call me chris




    Christina Williams is a mom of three, a blogger and a graphic designer living in Salt Lake City, Utah. She shares her DIY and home decor projects, free printables, and funny parenting snippits on her blog, Just Call Me Chris. She's a contributor for Honest to Nod and What to Expect. When she's not playing tag or doing laundry, she can usually be found reading a book or eating cinnamon bears. 

  • Lia Griffith







    Lia Griffith is all about living a handcrafted life. She has a background in graphic design, and shares her paper crafts, DIY home projects, and party planning ideas with her readers on her blog, Lia Griffith.

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    Monica and Jess, of East Coast Creative, met in high school and both reside in Bucks County. They are passionate about DIY and design and like to keep things real (sometimes really real) on their blog. They hope you'll be inspired to live authentically, dream big, (barriers? What barriers?), and take a few risks in your home while you make it the perfect space for YOU! 

  • love the day



    Graphic designer Lindi Haws is best know for her unique take on DIY parties, printables and crafts found on Love The Day. Her work can be seen in Parents Magazine, Cottages & Bungalows, MarthaStewart.com, POPSugar, and she interacts with brands including Home Goods, Michaels, Martha Stewart, and Plaid Crafts. Lindi lives in Austin, Texas, with her two daughters and husband. She loves to bake, run, do crossword puzzles, read, learn new things, and meet new people. She also has an intense love for treats, Target, Diet Coke, and all things glittery. 

  • squirrelly minds



    ​Tan Rutley, a teacher/blogger/maker/hugger, is the creator of Squirrelly Minds where she shares DIY creations, recipes, and more to make your life pretty and fun. Her mind never stops thinking, planning, and making (squirrelly mind, get it?) and her projects nearly always leave her covered in glitter or flour. Sometimes both. Tan is an island girl living in Canada's west coast with her husband and overly fluffy kitty Lucy.

  • this heart of mine logo




    ​Amy Christie is the maker of the blog This Heart of Mine, a place where all the things she makes and all the things she loves come together. Her site is filled with doable DIYs, delicious recipes, and stories and photos from the real life of a wife and mother of two exuberant children. Amy currently resides in the Twin Cities in Minnesota with her family.

  • domestikated life blog





    ​Kate is the voice behind DomestiKatedLife, a lifestyle blog, where she writes about entertaining, recipes, decorating ideas, and DIY projects. When Kate is not busy photographing her next domestic endeavor, she is working in social media and living with her husband in the city of Boston.

  • a bubbly life




    Laurel Stavros is the DIY-er and party crafter at the blog, A Bubbly Life. She believes DIY does not have to be perfect- it should be fun. While DIY-ing she can often be found jamming to a "Glee" playlist and sipping red wine. Despite her common attire of paint clothes, she also blogs about her fashion crushes and firmly believes one can never have too many pairs of shoes.

  • storied style



    Everybody has a story. Everybody has a style. Both of Grace Mitchell's began when she was a young girl, smuggling things from home to trade them for fabric and craft supplies during elementary school. Several chapters later, her child-like love for design has grown into a full-fledged passion. Her blog is dedicated to all of the ideas constantly swimming through Grace's brain, inspiration she discover in everyday life, smart DIY projects, and you, the reader—may you find your own Storied Style.

  • sarah hearts





    Sarah Khandjian is the crafty maker behind the DIY lifestyle blog Sarah Hearts. She is a graphic designer with a passion for creating cute things. When not blogging or making something cute, Sarah can be found at the barn with her horse (her other passion).

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    ​Creating with freebies has been happening since Jamie can remember. She grew up with a wonderfully crafty mom who would take her to Goodwill and garage sales to her little heart's content.Jamie started C.R.A.F.T. the day after she saw her first craft blog. Jamie was a teacher and her husband Andy did not get home until 7, so from 4-7, she was, well, bored. Cooking and Jamie aren't that great of friends, and she was already crafting so she utilized that time to document the crafts that were already happening! Jamie has been blogging and loving it since February 2010.

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    ​Jackie Hernandez blogs at Teal & Lime, sharing her daily adventures taking a basic builder house and making it a DIY modern home. Jackie believes you are the best person to decorate your own home. Teal & Lime empowers readers to decorate in an easy and approachable way through simple DIY and decorating ideas, online decorating services, and decorating e-courses. Teal & Lime will inspire you to make it home, make it you.

  • close to home blog



    At Close to Home you will find family-friendly recipes, crafts, and entertaining and travel tips that help make life a little easier, affordable, and fun. Close to Home is written by Maria Long, a wife, a mother of three kids and two pets, a butcher, a baker, and household maker currently living a Southern lifestyle. Much of her inspiration for the blog stems from watching her grandmothers and mother in kitchen as a child.

  • At Home in Love



    ​Aileen Allen is the founder of At Home in Love, a blog all about inspiring interiors and doable DIYs. Aileen's style is fresh, quirky, and colorful. She loves painted nails, air plants, ice cream, good books, and the color pink. She lives in Seattle with her husband Ben, where she drinks coffee by the bucketful and runs outside as fast as she can when the sun comes out. Aileen has a passion for budget-friendly interiors and simple DIY projects that anyone can do.

  • so much better with age



    Jamie Lundstrom is the blogger behind So Much Better With Age, where she blogs about all things French and vintage. She loves DIY projects, crafts, organization, parties, and turning her 80s home into something more French and vintage, of course. Her DIY projects are practical for the home and her French decor is never froufrou or overdone. She has two super active kiddos, and she's a neat freak. She likes "clean" old looking stuff and please no clutter!

  • simple simon and company



    Elizabeth and liZ are two girls who married brothers and ended up with the exact same name...Elizabeth Evans. Aside from sharing a name they are both the same age, stay at home moms to the same number of children, and former school teachers. They blog daily together over at Simple Simon and Company where they share their love for sewing, DIY projects, and the art of homemaking.

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    Stacey is an Air Force wife, mother and the writer behind the blog Glued To My Crafts. Through her blog she hopes to inspire others to get crafty with her easy DIY Tutorials & Kid Friendly Activities. Come get unstuck with her!

  • Sugar and Cloth
    Ashley Rose is the editor and founder of Sugar & Cloth, a blog filled with everything you need for DIY inspired living. You can see her work in places such as Oprah magazine, Martha Stewart Living, Uppercase, HGTV, Apartment Therapy, and was also named a Top 10 DIY blog by Better Homes & Gardens.

  • Number 4 Design Studio
    Dayle Bennett is a retail display designer living in Atlanta. She has been creating wonderful things all her life. She's passionate about modern design, textiles, paper, color and technology. She teaches design classes and creative workshops.

  • Nest of Posies
    Kellie from Nest of Posies is a mom to 3 young kids, in search of balance between decor, carbs, greens & sweet tea. If you throw glitter, gold and coffee into the mix she'll be one happy girl!

  • Creative Juice
    Mindy Cone is an entertaining, food, dessert, and party stylist on the popular blog Creative Juice. She writes about everything you need to know to entertain your guests and kids with style and creativity. Her love for perfectly themed parties and macarons inspired her books Gourmet French Macarons and Party Food For Girls. Although and East coast girl at heart, she currently lives in Northern Califorina with her husband and two young children.

  • Food

  • Framed Frosting



    Danielle is a twentysomething college student and author of Framed Frosting, a lifestyle blog. She is a Midwest girl who spends her free time baking sweet treats and working as a social media and marketing manager for Gracie B., an online women's boutique. Danielle has a passion for home decor but has very little flexibility to do so in her tiny apartment. Upon graduation, Danielle will be house-hunting for a larger apartment or a small house that she can call 'home.'

  • eat live blog


    Renee Hirschberg is the founder of the food and lifestyle blog, Eat.Live.Blog. In the fall of 2010, she made the leap from a career in marketing to one in education. In order to keep her creative brain happy, she began blogging and also started the community of the Boston Brunchers. Today these ventures have led to speaking gigs, brand ambassador work, and even the front page of the Boston Globe Food section! But her real joy in Eat.Live.Blog is the time spent creating recipes, reviewing amazing new products and restaurants, and sharing the great New England hidden gems she finds throughout her adventures.

  • goddess of scrumptiousness


    Jeannie Gust is a former professional cook and is the recipe developer, food photographer/stylist, and author of the blog Goddess of Scrumptiousness. Jeannie loves sharing her simple, yet scrumptious, original recipes, her light and humorous sentiments about her relationship with food, and her unconditional love for home cooking, eating at home, photographing unpretentious food, and her cheese-and-charcuterie-fanatic-ex-vegetarian husband. She continuously receives world-wide praise for her spaghetti with garlic gravy since she posted the recipe two years ago.

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    ​Maria Lichty is a recipe developer, writer, food photographer, and one-half of the popular food blog Two Peas and Their Pod. Maria and her husband, Josh, share simple family-friendly recipes, write about travel adventures, and their little pea, Caleb, on Two Peas. Maria is a cookie connoisseur, with close to 200 cookie recipes on their blog. Maria is also the author of the successful e-cookbook, "Cookie Cravings."

  • kitchen confidante




    ​Liren Baker is the voice behind the blog Kitchen Confidante, where she shares taste and inspiration in the kitchen. Inspired by the beauty of food, what it represents, what it invokes, and what we can create out of it, she shares recipes and images that remind her of her heritage, her childhood in New York, and the vibrant culinary culture she has learned to embrace in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she currently lives.

  • foodie crush






    FoodieCrush is an intimate look at some of the web's most innovative food bloggers, photographers and foodie contributors plus current foodie market finds, and of course, curated original recipes from some of the web's best food bloggers.

  • this mama cooks


    Anne-Marie Nichols is a social media consultant and healthy food and lifestyle blogger. She started her blog This Mama Cooks! On a Diet™ in 2004, where she shares healthy recipes and lifestyle tips for busy moms and their families. She specializes in gluten-free and dairy-free recipes and the challenges of traveling with a family member who has food allergies or sensitivities. Anne-Marie's mom to a teenager, Nathan, and a tweenager, Lucie, and wife to Paul, a chemist, avid outdoorsman, and motorcycle enthusiast. They live in the greater Atlanta area with their beagle-treeing-walker-coonhound dog, Nellie.

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    ​Scarlett Bendixen, author of Madeitateitlovedit.blogspot.com and mother of three young kids spends her time putting Legos together, playing dress up, separating wrestling boys, at the park, or at sports practices. But she spends every amount of free time in the kitchen creating easy and delicious meals that the whole family is destined to enjoy! Perfect dishes for those days when you only have a a short time frame to put a meal on the table for your loved ones.

  • Adrienne Robideaux started blogging on a whim after spending a good year as a hardcore design blog groupie. Having no extraordinary talents in the kitchen but still cursed with the need to cook dinner for her family every night, she began blogging about her trials and tribulations in the kitchen as a way to remember what recipes her family would actually eat. Adrienne provides menu plans each week at Susie Makes Supper for those who, like herself, can think of a million things they would rather do than plan dinner.

  • Lifestyle

  • modish and main


    Kristin Mansky grew up in Wisconsin and now lives near the beach in sunny Oxnard, Calif., with her boyfriend and 6 year old Golden Retriever rescue. She began her lifestyle blog, Modish & Main, in 2013 as a way to share her passions for living a stylized life. As they eagerly await their brand-new house to be built this fall, she's excited to share the design and DIY process of taking this from a house to a home. Grab your cocktail and follow along on her stylized journey.

  • Home-ology




    ​Sarah Krouse is a lifestyle blogger seeking domestic bliss through design, gardening, and creative DIYs. As Sarah's passion for vintage meets with her modern aesthetic, she creates a style that's both comfortable and functional and perfectly suited to today's modern living. She shares her decorating pursuits on her blog, {Home-ology} modern vintage.

  • carrots n cake blog





    ​Tina Haupert blogs at Carrots 'N' Cake, a healthy living and lifestyle blog where she shares her passion for health, food, and fitness. She is also a published author, freelance writer for Health.com, and an ambassador for various brands, including The Laughing Cow, Silk, and Reebok.

  • house of brinson




    William and Susan Brinson are a photographer and stylist/art director team, who have the lifestyle blog House of Brinson. When not on a photo shoot in NYC, they are renovating their Greek Revival home in the Hudson Valley. They love to share their recipes, entertaining tips, renovations, and travels on their blog.

  • aimee broussard


    A self-proclaimed go-getter, Aimee Broussard traded in a career in corporate Insurance for a career a tad bit sweeter. Armed with a recipe box full of family favorites, a KitchenAid mixer wedding gift, and a shiny new sewing machine, Aimee set out to master the art of crafting, baking and apron making; proving that if she could do it, anyone could. Her online community is built around food, friendships, and shared traditions, as is her book: "The Traveling Apron Cookbook." A graduate of Louisiana College, she makes her home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with her husband Brian and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Stella and Milo.

  • sweet c's designs





    Courtney O'Dell is a busy mother to two kids and a black lab in Northern Colorado. She loves color, making her home comfortable and unique, and finding delicious, easy recipes that her family and friends love. Sweet C's Designs is full of ideas on how busy women and moms can live creatively everyday. 

  • this beautiful day






    Lisa Ng is the editor-in-chief of This Beautiful Day—a lifestyle blog for smart women. Writing daily about food, travel, style, beauty, and life advice.

  • meaningful mama




    ​Jodi Durr is the creative blogger at Meaningful Mama. For Jodi, blogging began as a desire to make her own parenting experience more meaningful and intentional, with the hope to inspire others on their own journey. Her blog includes crafts, parenting tips, recipes, cakes, parties, and holiday ideas. The heart of her blog is a character development series she created to work on capturing the hearts of her children.

  • la petite peach




    Desiree Spinner is the creative director/editor-in-chief at La Petite Peach. After falling in love with the European lifestyle (and fashion) she found living abroad with her children she created LPP. At La Petite Peach, we playfully curate childhood. We offer inspiration, fashion, products, and travel musings for selective mamas—including hand-picked works from the most creative professionals in photography, fashion, events, DIY, interior design, and more!

  • the flair exchange





    ​Carmen Rogge is the owner and creative director for The Flair Exchange. What once started as an evening hobby and an excuse to invite my girlfriends over for a glass of wine, The Flair Exchange has since grown to become a key resource for anyone planning small, homemade events. We offer trendy party kits and DIY tutorials.

  • six sisters




    ​After years of living close to one another, the six sisters were being pulled in many different directions—one sister moved to the West coast, one moved away to college, etc. They needed each other now more than ever and used their blog as a way to stay in touch—That's how Six Sisters' Stuff was born.. They share budget-friendly DIY projects and family recipes that everyone will love. Even the busiest of people can make the food and project ideas they share, which will give you even more time to spend with your family and loved ones.

  • pancakes and french fries



    ​Jules Kendall shares the sweet and savory at her blog, Pancakes and French Fries. She almost never writes about food. Instead, she focuses on her improving her health, decluttering and simplifying her home, and life with two loud boys and one quiet husband. She is the creator of The William Morris Project, a weekly series that encourages people to have nothing in their home they do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.

  • the sweet escape





    Melissa DiRenzo is an art director/graphic designer, blogger and all 'round creative gal. She shares her deep-seated passion for home decor, DIY projects, design, style, and thrifting through original and well-curated content to provide her readers with a daily creative sweet escape from their every day. You can find her at The Sweet Escape.

  • love me, dani marie



    Dani Krum is a nurse to her sweet special needs brother by day, and style blogger at Love Me, Dani Marie and wife by night. She truly believes in being who you are and dressing in what makes you happy! Fashion and home decor don't have to break the bank while looking trendy. Dani strives to live a happy life and have a home that puts a smile on your face right when you walk into it.

  • bombshell bling




    Sarah Westover McKenna is the scattered creative mind behind Bombshell Bling and Bombshell Bling Jewelry. She is a former elementary school teacher and current stay-at-home mom, which explains her love of bright colors and bold ideas. A lover of s'mores, Halloween, and all things glittery, Sarah loves to have a creative outlet in her blog where she can share and explore all of her creative whims.

  • art in the find




    Conni Jespersen is a full-time stylist and blogger for the lifestyle and style blog, Art in the Find. A California native, Conni is a self-proclaimed closet style junkie, cuisine exploring, travelista. Through her blog, Conni shares her experiences by offering style tips, and recommending great places to travel, small shops to discover, and new ways to spruce up your wardrobe and home.

  • This Girl's Life Blog




    Melissa Coleman is the author behind This Girl's Life Blog. A lifestyle blog where she blogs about her passions, mainly home decor and DIY projects, but with bits of her other loves beauty, fashion, and yummy recipes thrown in. Melissa is a wife, mother and a full-time blogger writing her adventures wherever the Army sends them.

  • our holly days


    Holly Sosa, creator of OurHollyDays.com, is a lifestyle and parenting blogger living in SoCal's High Desert where she writes a weekly recipe column for her local newspaper. She is a mother of two and a not-so-evil-step-mother of three. Holly is passionate about home decor, organization, photography, kids' fashion, crafting, and cooking; and claims gravy is her soul food. She writes for her own blog, OurHollyDays.com where she shares more on her passions and tidbits from her desert family life.

  • rules for the modern girl



    Rules for the Modern Girl
     was created by Christine Watson to infuse style, culture, and a bit of glamour into everyday life. Christine loves French pressed coffee, red lipstick, and The New York Times crossword puzzles. She has a flair for interior design and spends her free time redecorating her 1905 Victorian house, located on the coast of northern Massachusetts.

  • queen of swag


    Vanessa Marie Diaz is the Latina New Yorker blogger behind the eclectic and vibrant lifestyle blog The Queen of Swag. The blog is a personal space for Vanessa to share her creativity, inspiration, and life experiences. It's also an ever-changing place for community and conversation incorporating a variety of topics, including food, fashion, entertainment, travel, and technology. When not blogging, you can either find Vanessa spending time with her family, friends, and dogs in Los Angeles, where she now lives, or playing with confetti and obsessing over donuts. She is a firm believer that beautiful designs, confetti, and donuts truly make the world a better place!

  • blissful bee blog




    Amy Walton is the designer and author behind the blog, The Blissful Bee—a home design, fashion, and lifestyle blog. Amy lives in Fort Worth, Texas, and loves writing about her adventures in interior design, DIY, fashion, and life. Amy believes life is meant to be lived beautifully and enjoys photographing and documenting every moment through The Blissful Bee.

  • inspirations and celebrations



    Christina-Lauren Pollack is a lifestyle blogger, magazine writer, and the creator of Inspirations & Celebrations. Known as "The Lifestyle Guide To Being Fabulous," her upbeat, contemporary lifestyle blog features fashion trends and style advice, health and beauty tips, home decorating and entertaining tutorials, and special event coverage. The blog offers a daily source of inspiration and information for thousands of followers around the world, educating readers about the many ways they can lead a fabulous life.

  • Harlem Lovebirds




    Quiana Agbai is a city mom, wife, and entrepreneur covering urban family life on her blog Harlem Lovebirds. From events and travel to crafts and cooking, Quiana finds inspiration in the diversity of NYC and enjoys exploring all the city has to offer with her daughter. Her son will join their adventures when he arrives in summer '14.

  • bluegrass belle




    Raised in the foothills of Appalachia, Jessica Peace-Urgelles is a true Southern gal. She created Blog of a Bluegrass Belle, where she writes about the life, love, and style of a Southern mother. When she isn't playing with her 4 year old son, Gabriel, or chasing her frisky French Bulldog, Escobar, she can be found writing, playing on the farm, or capturing her Southern life in photographs.

  • savvy saving couple





    Amy and her husband Jared own the lifestyle blog Savvy Saving Couple. They blog about recipes, crafts, DIYs, and reviews. They currently reside in New England with their three young children.

  • Saw Rai




    Raijean Stroud is a girl who loves trying new things. In 2010 she felt the need to share her experiences with others, so she started her blog, Swa-Rai.com. On Swa-Rai.com, she reports the latest trends in fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and entertainment. Raijean lives in Chicago with her 5 year old son, whom she affectionately calls "the boychild." On SwaRaiMommy.com, Raijean talks about mommyhood and life with the "boychild." 

  • Suzanne Davis is a New England girl enjoying a crazy, kid filled life in Connecticut. She's a photographer, Navy wife, party-thrower and blogger at bebehblog, where she's been documenting life since 2008 with a mixture of humor, honesty and making the best of what she's got. 

  • A 30-something southern SAHM to her three year old daughter Scarlette, KA likes scrapbooking,  storytelling, and really good fitting jeans. She writes about faith, family and her favorite things (with a little DIY thrown in for good measure. Pun totally intended.) at www.kaylaaimee.com

  • Kristin is the creative mind behind the blog Organizing Life With Less. She started this blog as a way to share her "100 Days of Less" series and her love for simplifying, DIY projects, decluttering, recipes, and of course, organizing. Kristin recently moved with her husband to Minnesota and they have enjoyed creating their not-so-perfect home. Much of the inspiration she gets for her blog comes from her everyday life attempts at decluttering, saving money, and finding a place for everything.  

  • Brooke is the Loop Hole Queen.  She wants to do it all at once and is always on the hunt for a shortcut, a less expensive option, or a trick to make it easier.  She runs a design and lifestyle blog, Brooklyn Berry Designs. Her day to day is busy, just the way she likes it.

  • Good Girl Gone Blog
    Alana is a 26 year old blogger with a love of all things shoes, home and DIY. She lives with her boyfriend and adorable Australian Shepherd, Maggie, in Boston.

  • It's Not like a cat
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    Julia Magnusson writes about running, food, motherhood, and life at It's Not Like a Cat. She is currently training for another marathon followed by her first trail ultramarathon this fall. She loves local food of all kinds, be it farm-raised meat or locally grown vegetables.

  • Brewed Together
    Brewed Together was created by husband and wife bloggers, Kaleb and Marilyn Nimz in order to share their creative work and married adventures. Inspiration and focus for the blog include their collaborative interests: photography, travel, fashion, design, diy projects, cooking/baking, and their little Yorkshire Terrier: Evie. When not blogging, Kaleb and Marilyn can be found sipping coffee at local shops and making friends near their home in Oklahoma City.

  • Dress This Nest
    After spending over a decade in the fashion industry as a buyer, Yvonne King left it all behind to start a new life with her husband and son in Portland, OR. In 2011, they bought their first house and she promptly began writing her blog, Dress This Nest to document the transformation process. Through DIY projects and a lot of elbow grease, she uses her experience in fashion to inspire their 1930's home.

  • Viola Cay
    Sharon Reilly lives outside Boston with her husband and three small children. When not homemaking she writes at ViolaCay a lifestyle blog. ViolaCay is Mad Men meets Martha Stewart. What's old is new again. Old fashioned and new fangled. Not Your Grandmother's Blog has advice, videos, pics, news, recipes, reviews, giveaways and more.

  • Leah's Life
    Leah raises her two children in Cambridge, MA. When she's not moving furniture while her husband is out of town, she can be found exploring with her family. She blogs about food, family, travel and life in general at Leah's Life: Pearls & Oysters. She also runs an imaginary prop shop so she can justify constantly buying vintage dishes for food photography. Perhaps some day soon, local photographers will have access to it all.

  • Zoso Lights
    Suzanna is a lifestyle blogger, living in California. Her blog, Zoso Lights, features topics from home decor, style, and food, to design experiments, and travel. Suzanna is a coffee enthusiast, a cat lover, and an adventurer. When she is not blogging or enjoying the sunshine, she is running an organization for creative entrepreneurs and helping people follow their dreams.

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  • Mommie Again


    Kim Croisant is a wife, nana, and a mommie "again" to her youngest grandchild who was born in 2009. She is his nana by blood, but mommie to him. She hopes to inspire older moms, as well as grandparents who are raising their grandchildren, and of course all mommies as she blogs (at Mommie Again) about life as she sees it while raising her grandson and going through menopause at the same time. You'll enjoy her family-friendly blog and her posts on healthy living and healthy DIYs—such as home remedies and body treatments. Kim also loves to decorate and travel. 

  • Mama Buzz


    Mel Lockcuff is a wife, homeschool mom to two rambunctious boys, writer, lifestyle and travel blogger, and owner of MamaBuzz Media. She and her family live in Northwest Arkansas. Mel blogs at MamaBuzz, where her goal is to inspire life every day with creative inspiration related to food and recipes, home and garden, travel and local places of interest, crafts, DIY projects, backyard homesteading, awareness, entertainment, and more. You can follow Mel's adventures @MamaBuzz on Twitter and Facebook and @mellockcuff on Instagram and Pinterest.

  • Wayfair Guides



    Kelly Whalen is the founder of The Centsible Life, a blog where motherhood and money meet. Her goal is to help readers live well on less. Kelly is a mom to four and loves that she can stay at home with her kids and still pursue her passions for writing, personal finance, and social media. You can often find her on Twitter and Facebook talking money and motherhood.

  • southern girl ramblings




    ​Kecia Hambrick is a Georgia work-at-home mom of two boys, wife, blogger, and freelance writer. She owns Southern Girl Ramblings—her spot on the web to discuss parenting tips, recipes, family travel, home life, and more...basically anything that could help moms survive parenthood!

  • really are you serious




    Krystyn H. has been blogging since 2005. She is a sarcasm-loving, straight-shooting, jeans and t-shirts wearing, wife, and mom of four girls (ages 7, 5, 2 and infant). At Really, Are You Serious, she blogs about life as a mom and wife and includes anecdotes, funny stories (both mommy and other), product reviews, and more. She currently resides in the Atlanta suburbs.

  • penelopes oasis





    Penelope Guzman is a New York mom of two boys who loves cooking, photography, and diy home projects. She is the author of Penelope's Oasis, a lifestyle site with a focus on home and family.

  • mom of the year

    Meredith Spidel is a writer, though she's not sure what that really means. If it involves bribing her kids with juice boxes while trying to navigate the beast of social media, she's totally there. Meredith blogs at The Mom of the Year, where she earns her title one epic parenting fail at a time and tries to offer quick, relatable laughs for fellow parents. She was thrilled to be part of the best-selling anthologies, "I Just Want to Pee Alone," "I Just Want to Be Alone," and "You Have Lipstick on Your Teeth." She has been a staff writer at Aiming Low and has been featured on BlogHer, In the Powder Room, Bonbon Break, and Scary Mommy. She remains terrified by crafts, promises to never share any useful household tips, and is fully committed to a less serious look at the world of parenting.

  • Meredith to Mommy




    ​Meredith Napolitano blogs at From Meredith to Mommy about the balance of the different roles that she plays in her life. Meredith shares anecdotes and stories about her stay-at-home mom life. She tries many projects, is successful at some, and loves to reflect about all things parenting. Meredith lives in Connecticut and has full-time family time with a work-at-home husband and two little girls.

  • parent palace




    Melissa Dixon is a mother and a wife. She works as a religious ed teacher and an animal caregiver outside of the home. She enjoys blogging and reviewing products at Parent Palace. She likes finding great products without wasting money on the not-so-great ones, then sharing what she knows with her readers. She recently moved to Iowa and is working on enjoying every moment of life as it comes.

  • meanest look




    Sara Downey Robinson is also commonly known by her roller derby moniker, Sport. She's hung up her skates for the most part to focus on her family, career, home and enjoying her 30s. She writes the lifestyle blog Meanest Look and teaches workshops at a local skill share. She works in digital media and storytelling.

  • Family is Fun


    Amy Flory believes in celebrating family through humor, memories, and food, so when she's not laughing at her kids or telling embarrassing stories about herself, she's cooking. Her Crock Pot Thursday meals are famous in her corner of the Internet for saving dinnertime for countless households. You can find Amy laughing at the absurdity of parenting on her blog Funny Is Family, and oversharing in the popular humor anthologies, I Just Want to Pee Alone, its sequel, I Just Want to Be Alone, and You Have Lipstick on Your Teeth. Follow @FunnyIsFamily on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.

  • muffintop mommy


    Janet Frongillo is the author of "Mommy Mixology: A Cocktail for Every Calamity." She brings the funny at Muffintopmommy.com, and nothing is off limits from her type B attempts at DIY. More Lucille Ball than Martha Stewart, there is nothing she won't try to paint, reupholster, repurpose, or accessorize. With little skills and a small budget, her attempts to bring life to "the frat house" she shares with her three young boys and husband prove that anyone can make their home beautiful yet livable...and still pay the mortgage!

  • red shutters




    Kimberly Hensle Lowrance blogs about work-life balance, parenting, travel, books, and everything in between at Red Shutters. Kimberly lives in Massachusetts where she is mom to a boy and girl who never let her sit down for more than 30 seconds. 

  • ever clever mom



    ​Carly Morgan is the blogger behind Ever Clever Mom, the story of a thirtysomething Pinterest addict and her journey through parenthood, wifehood, househood, and foodhood. Carly is back in Salt Lake City, her hometown, with her Ohio-born husband and their two unbelievably cute kids. They've recently taken on a nut-free existence since their daughter was diagnosed with severe food allergies, so anyone with knowledge about allergy parenting is welcome to come chat!

  • j@monkey




    Meghan Cooper is the mom behind JaMonkey, a parenting lifestyle blog with fun recipes, organization tips, parenting tips, and crafts to do with kids. As a mother of two girls she is always trying to make sense out of the chaos. She also created Yeah, Let's Go which is filled with great advice for travel, things to do, and entertainment. She is also a contributing writer to multiple sites. 

  • Life Rearranged


    Jeannett Gibson has quite a story to tell. As wife, writer, and mother of four, she's seen it all and blogs about most of it at LifeRearranged.com. Jeannett's readers return again and again for her honest stories of heart, hurt, and healing. What began as a place to post pictures for family has blossomed into a safe place for readers to share their own stories of suffering and celebration. Jeannett encourages this community of support and has rallied her readers to raise nearly $40,000 for various causes over the last three years—a number that continues to grow as readers connect with the stories of hope and healing at LifeRearranged.com.

  • keeping mommy sane



    Jessica Grimes is the author behind Keeping Mommy Sane, where she blogs about juggling career and family with her love of fashion, pop culture, and all things running and fitness. She was honored as one of Working Mother's Best of the Net for 2014 and was named to Babble's Top 100 Bloggers in 2013, and has been featured by Women's Running magazine, BabyZone, The Nest, and many other national media outlets. Jessica lives in the Boston area with her husband, son, and daughter.

  • fortuitous housewife


    Lollie Weeks is the writer-photographer behind The Fortuitous Housewife. A transplanted Southern Californian, she chronicles life in the quaint Boston suburb she now calls home, her culinary adventures, her commitment to raising two curious eaters, and her struggles to overcome her Attention Deficit Disorder's challenges and maximize its gifts. She and her ADD crave order and organization, necessities when you live in a very small 1900s home. She's constantly battling the clutter and dirt that comes with living with two active boys (7 and 9) and their perpetual parade of friends, a not-so-bright and prodigiously shedding border collie, and her oh-so-patient husband.

  • hudson and emily




    Emily Crider is the project manager at a marketing and public relations agency and has worked with multi-billion worldwide corporations. Together with her husband, Emily runs HudsonAndEmily.com—a motivational marriage blog about life, home, fashion, and more. She's also obsessed with sunshine, laughter, country music, Starbucks, adventures, and intentional conversation.


  • ​Brianne Manz was once a fashion showroom owner who's now turned mom and blogger/writer. She lives in NYC with my husband, three children and enjoy our fast paced city life. Her blog Stroller In The City boasts about city living, kids fashion and all things that are mommy

  • Kim Shipley is the author of the blog The Girl Is A Mom. She lives in Boston with her daughters, Coraline and Arya. When she isn't repeating "Don't run" or "Stop jumping on the couch", she likes to try her hand at DIY and decorating projects around her 1920 house. She writes about life in the city of Boston with two small kids, while maintaining several To Do lists. 

  • Chrissy is a lawyer and lifestyle blogger with a serious paper and party goods addiction. At The Outlaw Mom Blog®, she shares tips for creative living in a conventional world, along with her craft-filled adventures #raisingthinkingkids in Silicon Valley. Her next big project is making her newly moved into forever house feel like home.

  • Fadra Nally writes, blogs, and vlogs all over the internet. Her pièce de résistance is her personal blog, All Things Fadra. When she's not being social, she's mothering a precocious 7 year old in the suburbs of Baltimore, MD.

  • thrifty mommas tips



    Paula Schuck is a mother of two very active tween girls. An award-winning investigative reporter turned blogger and social media consultant, Paula swapped chasing train wrecks for blogging and lived to tell the tale. Paula publishes and writes at ThriftyMommastips.com and can also be found at thriftymommasbrainfood where she talks about books. She loves to travel, read, swim in her new pool, and is a yoga and pilates fan.

  • The Truth About Motherhood
    Deborah Cruz is a Latina, freelance writer and vlogger from Chicago who created the lifestyle and parenting blog The TRUTH about Motherhood but these days can be found writing all over the Internet. Deborah and her husband are teaching their girls to embrace life through travel, culture and food. They love tech, staying healthy and DIY renovation and redesign projects around the house. She used to write The TRUTH about Motherhood but now she writes The TRUTH about everything.

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