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.
Naturally Family is a family lifestyle blog
featuring everything from healthy family eats, breastfeeding, babywearing, cloth diapering, our must have baby and toddler products, and stories of our life as a family of four.
My name is Lindsay Ingalls, I’m 29 years old holistic health coach and I live in Portland, Oregon with my husband Neil, our totl Edith and baby boy Alder. This blog follows my life through my food, fitness and (mostly) healthy lifestyle habits. I strive to live a happy and healthy life without depriving myself of the things that I love.
Join me and my darlin’ Mr. B for great food and good vibes – including events, destinations, DIY and crafty arts – all from the heart of the Pacific Northwest.
See reviews on great restaurants when you want to dine out on the town and deliciously healthy recipes when you want to stay in. Recipes are dairy-free and gluten-free adaptable. Since food and travel go hand-in-hand, stay tuned for where to eat when you’re traveling throughout the Pacific Northwest too!
Delivering curated Portland-centric opportunities to rediscover the city with a refreshing perspective on the familiar. Focusing on Portland events, festivals and anything else that is weird and wildly that allows you to fall in love with the city and create unique travel experiences at home.
Always Em is written by Emily, a journalist who has lived in Chicago, San Francisco, and Portland.
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.
I’m a writer and editor based in Portland, Oregon.
On my blog I share life musings, interviews, notes on travel, books, film, music, poetry, the creative process, and anything else that inspires.
My work is a mix of editorial for magazines, web and ad copy, blog content, and editing for a range of clients. You can learn about working with me on the ‘Hire Me’ page – I welcome your interest and questions.
Writing and connecting with people are my passions. Thanks for visiting!
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.
I named my blog Everyday Runaway because I don’t believe you need to quit your job, sell your belongings and live out of a backpack to “runaway” from the mundane, weekly grind of everyday life. Don’t get me wrong, I envy those who have the capability and confidence to take that leap – however, for most of us, that’s not a sustainable lifestyle. So this site caters to the everyday Joe’s and Jane’s who want to make the most of what they have – be it weeks or simply weekends.
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!
Caroline and Julie, two French expatriates talk about their expatriate like in this country where so many people dream about. We mainly talk about differences between France and the US, and what we miss the most from home. We also talk about our trip and our everyday life.
Our website is mainly for French people who wants to know more about the US, who want to move her or just visit. We will try to translate as many articles as possible for people in the US to know more about culture differences between France and the US
This blog is dedicated to exploring beautiful creations, getting inspired and document life’s precious moments. A place where you can read, relax and learn.
Hello, I’m Denise! I’m a PR friendly work at home mom blogger, bargain shopper, Disney fanatic, home cook, volunteer, and distance runner (26.2 x2, 13.1 x4, 10k x3, and lots of 5k’s).
I also know a little about weight loss. My dream of running my first Half Marathon at Disneyland at my goal weight had a lot to do with the motivation to lose weight, as well as being a healthier and happier person, mom and wife. With sheer determination, cleaner eating and exercise, I lost 110 pounds after the birth of my son. It wasn’t easy but it sure was worth it!
Before I became a work at home mom, I worked in the culinary industry. I still love to cook and now I create new healthier, lower calorie versions of recipes that are still full of flavor and delicious!
I also love getting deals and bargain shopping. I share my favorite tips, links and coupons on the blog with you too.
In The Pink and Green is a lifestyle blog written by me, Jane Graybeal, and it’s my space to share my life as a twenty-something not-so-newlywed living with my handsome husband, goofball of a dog, and baby boy on the way here in Portland, Oregon. I post about a wide variety of topics including travel, recipes/restaurant reviews, pregnancy, beauty, book reviews, fashion, fitness/outdoor adventures, home decor, and what’s happening here in PDX!
I am an apparel designer who specializes in bespoke garments in addition to a ready to wear line that is added to frequently. As a strong believer that dressing one’s best doesn’t require an occasion beyond the daily inspirations that life brings, my clothing evokes a feminine, artful and edgy lifestyle with a variety of shapes always in mind . With an appreciation and dedication to lasting quality and beauty. From conception to execution all garments are produced in Portland with ethical sweat. This blog covers the experiences of a Designer who is strongly artistically minded, is married and has a 5 year old super star. All of these factors contribute to the work and daily life of who I am and what I create. As an occasional contributing writer for the Mercury, my love for expression through wordage helps to curate a more cohesive idea of what I represent. Lover of the Beautiful. love to hang!
A blog about the various travels, eats and other thoughts of a twenty-eight year old
A website designed for locals and tourists trying to make the most out of their time in Portland, Oregon. Need something to do this weekend? Planning a weekend trip? The site is designed for easy browsing right from the front page. All content is written or curated by Kristi, a Portland native. In addition to exploring the city, she enjoys baking, sewing, hiking, travel and playing with her new baby.
This blog is a collection off original recipes, some healthy, some not, but all made with fresh ingredients, based on seasonal eating. A small collections of my travel adventures.
Hello! I’m Rachel. Portland, Oregon native. Lover of laughter & smiles. Traveling is my favorite thing to do. Will eat any Asian foods. Slightly obsessed with the United Kingdom. Lust after beautiful clothes and all pretty things. Have one brother, Sam & one dog, Max and now one cat, Wintson. Prefer warm to cold, unless its ice cream. Love (LOVE) the ocean and all that comes with it- sand-swimsuits-sunglasses-etc. Proclaimed Playlist-Making Queen. Boston Red Sox Nation member. Usually behind the lens. Love capturing moments with people I adore. Not sure where I’ll end up, but I do know I will make the best of it.
A blog from a former makeup counter queen, currently lost in the great outdoors and navigating my way around the kitchen. This is my collection of adventures in cooking and baking, dining locally, and exploring about the great pacific northwest, primarly Portland. This is my big trail of crumbs.
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.
Lifestyle, parenting, reviews, travel. DIY, crafts, kids, food & wine, etc. blog
Mommy Travels is a family travel blog covering destinations around the world written by Meagan Shamy, an Air Force wife and mom of 3. Destinations include Honduras, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Scotland, Canada.and the US, with extensive content on Disney World, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Portland, and NYC.
Here you will find travel tips, reviews of hotels and restaurants, activity suggestions, and much more. Whether you are on a budget and need to stay close to home, or able to have a luxury European vacation, Mommy Travels will help you plan your family vacation.
Alina Ferguson is a local blogger specializing in wine, beer and spirits. Her work has been picked up by Washington Wine Report, Our Community Table and Simply Smart Dinner Plans.
Hi I’m Rachel! One Pot Slop is where you can find my style interpretations of current fashion trends, photography, photos showing my mad passion for travel, and anything else that inspired me to write.
Pie Happens is a blog adapted from Everyday Tamara. It shares recipes, travels, adventures, and things to do and love in Portland. Food and travel adventures are my favorite things, come read about where you can go and indulge in new recipes.
I blog about the Northwest because I love living here. Anything in Oregon and Washington are part of my domain. It’s new and evolving.
Powered by Tofu is all about food – growing, cooking, and eating; travel – near and far; and enjoying life.
A lifestyle blog, with creative content.
The Adventure Tribune publishes articles, novels, photography, and poetry geared toward exploration, travel, and adventure. With a base camp in Portland, Ore., The Adventure Tribune aims to bring the culture and experiences of Pacific Northwest travel to the world.
My name’s Brittany Daoud, and I live in the vibrant city of Portland, Oregon (that’s pronounced “or-eh-gun” for those of you who aren’t from around here). I created this blog as a way to document my experiences and how I see the world. Here on The B List you’ll read all about life in the Pacific Northwest, as well as how this native Oregonian navigates life and love here and around the world (hint: I get by with a little help from my friends). So here’s to Saturday morning coffee dates, late night travel planning, food, food, and more food, and the occasional fluffy Persian cat.
In my blog I share tips and workouts for staying healthy while traveling, but I also talk about my family, struggles of traveling for work and maintaining life at home and a balanced mind/body connection.
“The Ringers” is a blog based in the Pacific Northwest. It focuses on travel throughout the region, specifically within a few hours of Portland. We provide an archive of the hikes and trips we’ve taken in the area, with photos, hike descriptions, and often, the best place to dine after a day of adventure. Along with the adventure portion of the blog, we also share our love for food through recipes and photos.
My name is Stacey Nerdin and I have been blogging and working in the social media space for more than 9 years now. I have 5 kids (and a grandbaby on the way!) and write on my personal site about movies, theater, books, travel, some education and tech, and parenting and families. I also write reviews and run giveaways on products, services, and destinations relevant to today’s modern family.
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.
UrbanBlissLife.com offers stylish solutions for the busy modern woman. Find helpful articles about food, wine/beer/spirits, DIY and home, family travel, and style.
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!
Wine, food, and travel blog written by Mary Cressler, writer, wine educator, and Certified Sommelier.
Where Is Your Toothbrush? is a travel blog, written by Peter Korchnak and Lindsay Sauve, documenting their journey traveling around the world and offering tips on doing likewise. Home is where our toothbrushes are. Where’s yours?
Wine shouldn’t be about snobbery but about fun. Let us help you figure out your likes and dislikes. That way you can make more educated decisions and find wines you like to drink rather than just rolling the dice on a bottle, hoping you’ll enjoy what you taste. We believe that drinking wine is a great social activity too- and try to get the word out about wine events that are near and dear to our hearts!
With a las name like Shoemaker it is my destiny to work on feet. That’s what I tell my reflexology clients . Reflexology is a foot-specific bodywork that addresses the whole body. What my international clients get in addition is a blog post about their roots and their story – in addition to a great foot treatment. My goal is to give reflexology to people from every country in the world – because every pair of feet have history and their stories are so unique. Follow me as I travel the world without having to leave my treatment stool.
[IN]COMPLETE is a new kind of magazine: one that celebrates you, just the way you are. We believe in the empowerment of all and feature stories from men, women and children – everyone has a voice worth hearing and a story worth telling.
[IN]COMPLETE is a celebration of being present, now. We recognize that we live in a society that is consistently pushing toward the next big goal, and rarely focusing on just how far we’ve come. We believe in goals, in fact we encourage them, but we also believe in slowing down, breathing, and celebrating where we are, now.
At [IN]COMPLETE MAGAZINE we believe:
in the power of positive thinking – that creates positive people – that creates positive action – that creates a positive world
that life is about the small details, and that they all deserve celebration
in magic, love and our own beauty