Lea Camille is a lifestyle blog and website featuring Lea, her son Tabor, and their puppy Thunder. Strong writing, DIY tutorials, and a unique perspective on single motherhood by a working mom.
A place where I get to share a bit of my life with you; my travels, favorite recipes and brands, or simply whatever is on my mind.
Hi! My name is Erika and this blog is my place where I keep my inspiration, my favorite memories and most of all, my journey of makings things in both life and art. I am a self taught oil painter and I took the plunge to leave my corporate job in order to paint full time. I show my artwork around town and have been featured in the last three seasons of the television show, “Portlandia.” I am a mommy to my daughter Nora, who was born 7/11/12, which basically means we’re set with free slurpies for life. I have a bearded husband named Tim and have two pretty mischievous pugs. I believe in magic dust and that creativity lives and grows all around us. My secret wish is to lead the best life possible and to live on fast forward.
Hi! My name is Erika and this blog is my place where I keep my inspiration, my favorite memories and most of all, my journey of makings things in both life and art. I am a self taught oil painter and I took the plunge to leave my corporate job in order to paint full time. I show my artwork around town and have been featured in the last four seasons of the television show, “Portlandia.” I am a mommy to my daughter Nora, who was born 7/11/12 and baby Everett, who was born 11/11/14. I have a bearded husband named Tim and have two pretty mischievous pugs. I believe in magic dust and that creativity lives and grows all around us. My secret wish is to lead the best life possible and to live on fast forward.
A writer and stalking survivor posts about the aftermath of surviving stalking, life in general, and how to write about it all.
I’m a blogger, editor, and social media marketing manager based in Portland, OR. AshleyMacQ.com is my personal blog where I post about the things that inspire me, including DIY projects, food, reviews, and photos and stories from my adventures around Portland, and beyond.
Callie’s Notebook is a digital journal of adventures in PDX, travels abroad, modeling, and the journey of Tiny House Living.
Since it’s inception in 2009, CPJ has been on a mission to help women discover products and gain the know-how to enhance their personal style and make them feel as beautiful as they look.
Though this blog, I help my readers develop their tastes when it comes to fashion. I hope I inspire you to wear something you never thought you would in a million years. To shop smarter. To style yourself with ease. And over all, to feel more beautiful and confident.
Kristy editorializes her experiences cultivated from down dogging at yoga, eating something new and amazing, running for the streetcar, or deciding between the bad habits of vodka and Netflix. Dazzleful Life is a place to share the bits of joy found on this wild ride through life.
Downtown Glamorous is a beauty + fashion lifestyle blog sprinkled with a little fashion marketing + PR.
I am a photographer and love to explore both the Pacfic Northwest and beyond. I include photographs of my hikes, travels, as well as events I photograph and portraits. I sell my work on the site as well.
French Fries and Apple Pie is about our new life in the USA, and more specifically in Portland, Or. Wether it’s about the new places we go to and explore, the cultural differences we come across or the lovely new recipes I try, I share everything about this brand new life of our!
A beauty, skincare & lifestyle blog where I’ll share my insider tips, product reviews, share my love of food & cocktails. I will also give you a sneak peek into my daily life that includes a wonderful husband, 2 incredible kids, rambunctious furbabies & lots of fantastic friends & family!
Growing Up On OM chronicles my life as I embark on this next chapter of post-college life, including yoga teacher trainings and moving across the country from NYC to PDX.
My name is Meg and my blog is Happy Kids, Inc. I share parenthood stores, recipes, lifestyle posts, music, sponsored posts, giveaways, and more. I am also a social media manager for brands, businesses, and individuals.
I Deliciate is a manifesto, a personal quest, a food blog, and a reminder to savor and delight in the little things in life. It is inspired by a personal manifesto and quest to live the fullest, happiest, best life possible and share that journey with others. Much more than just a lifestyle blog, I Deliciate offers healthy, plant-based recipes, articles about personal growth and development, and ideas for getting the most out of life. The goal is to inspire and motivate others to make healthy choices and changes in their lives and, above all, to chase their dreams.
Kelly’s Sustainable Life is a space where I take the time to share my thoughts and experiences related to living a lifestyle that allows me to do my part to conserve resources and preserve the planet. I am well aware that the word “sustainable” is overused and misused to the point where it’s meaning has been lost. As much as it is overused, I still believe it is an accurate and succinct way to describe the way I live my life because I want my lifestyle to be attainable by everyone every day, and not something just for those who have the time and financial resources.
Ladies in Navy was started as a fashion blog between friends, but over the past two years, has evolved into a solo-venture featuring both life and style. Classic silhouettes and shapes with a budget-friendly spin inform the blog’s content and I never hesitate to throw in some recipes and life advice along the way.
Hi, I’m Waz! I recently relocated from New York City to Portland, Oregon. I’m an architect turned graphic designer, and I discovered my love for food while working in advertising for the wine industry. When I moved to NYC in 2011, I started Let’s Nom Nom as to document my cooking and dining adventures in my new city.
Over the years, I’ve gone from flexitarian to vegetarian to mostly vegan, and my blog has followed me on this journey. A plant-based diet is healthier and kinder to my body, to animals, and to our environment. I believe the best way to win omnivores over is by raising awareness of the positive effects of the plant-based movement and by celebrating great food that just so happens to be vegan. Today, my blog focuses on all things veggie, from restaurant reviews, to vegetarian recipes, to lifestyle and local events.
Lastly, why Let’s Nom Nom? Because food brings people together, and great food is best enjoyed with company!
Martha Chartreuse is a lifestyle blog documenting the adventures, recipes and the art of making a house a home. All from the perspective of a 20-something lady living in the City of Roses.
With a Master’s degree in journalism and extensive work as a marketing and communication professional, Melissa Chee is creating a lifestyle blog with a focus on plus size fashion and beauty. Opportunities to collaborate with brands include sponsored posts, giveaways and product reviews.
Modest Mess is a humor blog created by Megan Premo. She’s a woman, mother, wife and longshoreman-not always in that order. It’s written for people who don’t mind salty language, who like hearing about other lives that might be as crazy as theirs. Stories about trying (and failing) to keep the house clean, surviving parenting with 50/50 custody, DIY crafts, figuring out how to dress in clothes that look good (but still stand up to Cheetoh-fingers and dog hair), swearing and run-on sentences abound.
Written by moms for moms, Momming.com is full of inspiration and life tips, tricks and hacks. It’s a place where you can be inspired to create, get style ideas, learn something new about momming your littles or simply just connect with other moms. It is real and sometimes raw, just like motherhood. Stop by and say hello!
Portland based healthy lifestyle blogger with a love of cruelty free (mostly natural) skincare lifestyle and beauty.
A Paleo business that provides tips and support for Paleo living. Recipe development, paleo guidelines, lifestyle support, and budget friendly resources, At this time my website is more of a support for my social media endeavors, but I want to change that,
Upon starting my blog I was a lonely college student in the lovely city of Portland looking to learn more about life and finding my own personal style. Since I have been blogging I not only have a better knowledge of myself, but even more of a love for the city of Portland and what it has to offer for people like me. My mission in blogging is to inspire and motive anyone who has a passion for creating and help those who really just need a cute outfit to wear.
Born and raised in Oregon, and temporarily side-tracked to the Midwest, I am thrilled to have re-rooted in the Pacific Northwest where I can feast my eyes and my lens on such a beautiful place. On Photopotamus, I share stories about my life and my own photography of a variety of subjects in the world around me, including some of my favorite hobbies and interests – hiking, pets, orchids, and travel.
I blog about my family and all of the fun we have here in the Northwest. Posts include DIY’s, party planning, toddler style, and reviews on local kid friendly establishments.
A lifestyle blog, with creative content.
We’re a group of friends who analyze politics, music, media, pop culture, sports, and the lifestyle of people who are making their way through the world during the recession. In an era of post-idealism we encourage people to question and take part in the world around them.
A girl, a boy + a bulldog.
Random life musings, projects, recipes, etc.
This is a step by step blog including on how to navigate around Portland, fun things to do, places to eat and drink and sites to see. Stamp Zita’s Passport also includes content from traveling the USA and internationally. This blog includes a photo gallery, links to recommended places and tips and tricks learned.
Hello there! My name is Shawnna and this is my little blog adventure where I share stories about my life with my husband, Casey and our beagles, Gus & Eddie. We’re proud Portlanders, which means you can expect lots of stories about hiking, beer, food and rain. It’s good stuff.
I have a confession: I’m a shopaholic. But I’ve seen the error of my ways- and I’ve changed for the better. I’m embarking on the trip of a lifetime- to simplify and declutter my life. Who says fashion can’t be simple?
The Minimalist Look is a lifestyle blog by me, Maranda “Mara” Kameron. It’s the love of my life in the form of a website- but *shhhh* don’t tell my boyfriend! This website has gone from an impulsive idea to my happy place and a second full time job. Thank you for taking the time to check out my little corner of the internet. Grab a cup of tea and stay a while!
The PDX Belle provides original content designed to inspire and motivate the young women striving to lead a trendy, healthy, and creative lifestyle — all while operating on a tight budget. Outfit posts, usually-healthy recipes, uninvited fitness advice, and travel notes are shared weekly (daily if you’re lucky).
This Beautiful Day is a lifestyle website that reaches young, professional women ages 25-35 who are in the post-college phase of their life. We offer travel guides, curated restaurant suggestions, healthy recipes, life advice, beauty picks and style tips to get our readers inspired! My personal love of food and travel was what pushed me to start blogging and I’m pretty excited to share with you a few of my favourite finds on This Beautiful Day.
A blog about creating things, traveling, and living life in the Pacific Northwest. Either at home or fulfilling our wanderlust, we try to live every day like it’s an adventure.
Family friendly Recipes, DIY Home, Holiday and more.
Since 2007, Kim has been dishing out creative ideas. Today’s Creative Life is a daily inspiration party featuring lovely diy home ideas, design projects, free printables, travel tips, and delicious family friendly recipes.
Working with many brands, she’s most proud of her work with Better Homes and Gardens, Dreamfields Pasta, and La-Z-Boy.
You may have seen her on AMNW as one of their creative experts sharing a quick tutorial for her latest DIY project.
I’m a college sophomore from Portland going to school in Ithaca, NY. I write about everything that I’m thinking about, including my past, present, and future.
I also dedicate a lot of my blog to photography (especially street photography/photojournalism) and when traveling I like to discuss my experiences.
Anything else you want to know, drop me a line or come by the blog!
I was one of the weird kids at school. I’m sure everyone says that but I have the pictures to prove it. From as early as I can remember I was always looking for something that made me, ME. I tried every club, joined every team, dressed up for every holiday and I mean EVERY holiday. I was looking for my place in the world.
As I became an adult that didn’t change. I read book after book on happiness, purpose, passion and any other thing I could think of that would help me find my place. I moved up in my career and was good at it, but it never really felt like a purpose.
Then one day on a stage in North Carolina, of all places, that changed. While my family regales anyone who will listen with stories of how chatty and bossy I have always been, talking in public was NOT something I was good at. But somehow on this stage it was different. I was speaking about women and the cultural changes we have seen in the last 50 years. I felt an electricity. People were laughing in all the right places, nodding in agreement and gasping with shock and awe when I wanted them to. I even had on a really great outfit that day. As I walked off that stage sweating and heart pumping, it came to me. THIS IS IT! This is what I am meant to do.
In that exact moment the owners of the company I was speaking at offered me a pretty sweet job. It was all so crazy, all this time searching and then BAM here it was. I found my purpose by spending 35 years hustling to find it. I realize that it was all the little things I learned that set me up for success. All the jobs I had ever dreamed of had one thing in common: talking. It was there the whole time, but I needed time to fine tune my instrument and realize that purpose wouldn’t show up exactly how I expected.
I am a storyteller and that is my place in this world. I am here to tell stories that inspire and build up other people to realize their value and purpose. My blog is an effort to push others towards their purpose and to lift up women and girls to their full glory.
I write about career, success, purpose, passion, culture, marketing , gender and just general good positive content.