1. Fake Science
By Phil Edwards – “I have worked as a journalist, blogger, and grocery cart pusher. I give you the fake facts about science when the facts are too confusing.”
What blog is about – Fake science facts and funny things.
Featured post – Easy Hand Washing Guide! – “Lock bathroom door so contaminants don’t enter! Scrub with Brillo pad.”
I tend to look for sites that are different and new, this site has some of the most funny and unique ways of portraying normal things. As a person with OCD, I was laughing about this because it is a true portrait of how my mind works sometimes! It may not be funny at the time, but it is funny later. I like to think of myself as being more organized and normal and others are different. Ha– Darla Lindauer
2. Peace Love Shea
By Shea Marie – “My life is crazy, busy and a little bit all over the place. From hosting to writing to styling, one thing I know for sure is… I love fashion.”
What blog is about – Fashion, beauty, life, travel, and recipes.
Featured post – Mashed Cauliflower – “There are lots of garnishes that would be good with this, such as fresh dill or low fat sharp cheddar. I used chopped green onion and a little parmesan cheese.”
I have wanted to try this for so long! I found out recently my 3-year-old has an issue that causes her triglycerides to be high. This will be perfect if I can get it right. I think I will be lazy and use the magic bullet though instead of using the handheld masher I have. It is not easy monitoring what a child eats. Now, every time I feed her, I wonder if I am pushing her one step closer to a heart attack at a young age! – Darla Lindauer.
3. Alexandra Wrote
By Alexandra Sears – “I’m a fourth generation Angeleno. Writer, photographer, calligrapher and chatterbox. I was in the circus once. For a day. With unicorns. I was 8. It was magical. I have 11 grandparents. None are in the circus. Unless you consider Hollywood a circus, in which case I come from a circus family. I believe you can find inspiration anywhere, but I think Slim Aarons, Noël Coward and Diana Vreeland are a fabulous place to start. When I was younger, I planned on getting married in college and raising Greenwich Village babies while working on screenplays adapted from short stories I’d penned for The New Yorker.”
What blog is about – Film, fashion, fotos, food allergies, French bulldogs, freelancing – and those are just the f – words.
Featured post –Why I cant Quit Downton: The LOST Conundrum – “Since most of my friends and family watch it, too, no one calls or texts or emails from 9-10 on Sunday nights. It’s an unwritten rule. It’s LOST deja vu.”
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