Voice of the Week

Beginning in January 2009, this site names a BlogHer Voice of the Week -- writing so good that BlogHer tells everyone to stop typing for just ten minutes and ponder the brilliance of the blogger.

Archive:

Jan. 20, 2009: Motherscribe

Jan. 27, 2009: Deb on the Rocks

Feb. 2, 2009: Moosh in Indy

Feb. 9, 2009: Ordinary Art

Feb. 17, 2009: What Tami Said

Feb. 24, 2009: Miles and Madness

Mar. 3, 2009: Just a Girl in San Francisco

Mar. 10, 2009: Sweetney

Mar. 17, 2009: A Yankee in a Southern Kitchen

Mar. 23, 2009: Ding from Bitch Ph.D.

Mar. 30, 2009: Shakesville and Her Bad Mother

April 6, 2009: Feminist Review

April 13, 2009: abdpbt

April 20, 2009: Whiskey in My Sippy Cup

April 27, 2009: Life Just Keeps Getting Weirder

May 4, 2009: tangobaby

May 11, 2009: Conversion Diary

May 19, 2009: Momtrolfreak

June 1, 2009: Schmutzie

June 8, 2009: Mom 101

June 15, 2009: PPR

June 22, 2009: She Just Walks Around With It

June 29, 2009: Her Able Hands

July 6, 2009: Attack of the Redneck Mommy

July 13, 2009: Cry it Out

July 20, 2009: Shinyung from Kimchi Mamas

August 3, 2009: avflox

August 10, 2009: Sweet Amandine

August 17, 2009: Charming Bitch

August 24, 2009: The Bloggess

August 31, 2009: Mommy Nani Booboo

September 8, 2009: BooMama

September 21, 2009: Lesbian Dad, Spin Me I Pulsate, and Matt, Liz and Madeliene

September 28, 2009: Laurie White at IndieInk

October 5, 2009: Chasing Ray

October 12, 2009: Ivana Kidd at The Phantom Line

October 19, 2009: Minor Catastrophes

October 26, 2009: Not Calm (dot com)

November 2, 2009: Trauma Queen

November 9, 2009: Livingston, I Presume

November 16, 2009: NieNie Dialogues

November 23, 2009: Susan of DC Metro Moms

December 7, 2009: Be Gay About It

December 14, 2009: Amy Turn Sharp

January 11, 2010: Vanilla Garlic

January 19, 2010: Toddler Planet

January 25, 2010: Heart & Home

February 1, 2010: Okay, Fine, Dammit.

February 8, 2010: Dearest Fatty

February 15, 2010: Fussy

February 22, 2010: Tea and Cookies

March 1, 2010: Hugo Schwyzer

March 8, 2010: Seeking Elevation

March 15, 2010: Inverse Candlelight

March 22, 2010: Dyke in the Heart of Texas

March 29, 2010: Barking Mad

April 5, 2010: Wilder Coast

April 12, 2010: According to Trish

April 19, 2010: Flutter

April 26, 2010:The Spirit of the River

May 3, 2010: kindra hall tells all

May 10, 2010: This is Worthwhile

May 17, 2010: Postpartum Progress

May 24, 2010: Is There Any Mommy Out There?

June 1, 2010: Home Grown

June 7, 2010: Odd Time Signatures

June 14, 2010: 10% Fiction

June 21, 2010: Good. Food. Stories.

June 28, 2010: Tiger Beatdown

July 6, 2010: Joy in This Journey

July 12, 2010: Chaotic Calm

July 19, 2010: kidddy.org

July 26, 2010: crib chronicles

August 2, 2010: Taxi Gourmet

August 17, 2010: The Not-Ever-Still Life

August 23, 2010: Gwenn Liberty Seemel - Small Strokes

Blogher Voice of the Week

BlogHer Voice of the Week: Gwenn Liberty Seemel on Small Strokes

Every day on BlogHer.com and across the blogs in the network, and every year in many sessions at the BlogHer Conference, the conversation inevitably turns to who we are, who we want to be, who we ought to be and who we're perceived to be...and how those all align or conflict. For example, here's my eternal query: Can't I like cute shoes and political discourse...openly, even simultaneously?...more

the struggle that most women still face is how to be a career woman, mother, wife, and homemaker ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: The Not-Ever-Still Life

Last week's BlogHer '10 conference reminded me that women are fixers, so many of us anyway. Have a problem? We're here for you -- we want to sit down together, listen, hold your hanky, your hand, your heart. ...more

...how much we take on from the emotional state of those we love.

It can be overwhelming at ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: Layne of Taxi Gourmet

Shows like Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations have given rise to gastrotourism and a strongly held belief that you haven't fully experienced a place until you've eaten with the locals. But what if you want to experience good local cuisine and 1) don't know any locals, and 2) don't have the cash or appetite to experiment? ...more

To get info from cab drivers. It would interesting to learn which city's drivers offer the best ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: crib chronicles

Last week BlogHer featured a post on how to recognize the signs when someone is drowning in water. A wake-up call for many I've talked to (and for me) that we don't always know the signs. This week, we were completely drawn in as Bon from crib chronicles delved into the signs of an entirely different kind of drowning in her post "at the red light". ...more

Bon is always such an incredible writer. It's nice to see her honoured here.

Melissa ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: kdiddy.org

There's nothing like a temper tantrum and a good cry to help a woman tesseract across space and time. In The yellow house across the street, kdiddy opens as her five-year old self, giving her mother hell on a hot August evening. The issue at hand? Having to take a bath. ...more

I love Kelly and I love this post. She is truly one of the most underrated writers in the blog ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: Chaotic Calm

As a debate over how--or whether--to educate children about birth control continues to simmer among parents, educators, religious leaders, our BlogHer Voice of the Week takes a storytelling approach to her argument for sex education. ...more

I agree that teens treat sex the same as they would any other recreational sport. Two girls in ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: Joy in This Journey

This holiday weekend I got a little bit of what I suspect some of the rest of you did too: Talking to friends and family who just don't "get" blogging, let alone Twitter, Facebook and the like. Their questions go something like this: "Why?" "WHY?" And "who has the time?" And "who cares what anybody had for lunch?" ...more

I got chills down both arms when I read her reason for why she writes out her journey. And I'm ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: C.L. Minou of Tiger Beatdown

There's an old truism about domestic violence that I've heard make the rounds of volunteers and victims alike: Want to be ignored? Yell "rape!" Want people to run to your rescue? Yell "fire!" All too often, women who reach out for help find themselves under attack for asking. ...more

It's heartbreaking.

Jezebel also had a great post today (yesterday?) about the idea of men ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: Justine van der Leun of Good. Food. Stories.

Our BlogHer Voice of the Week, Justine van der Leun, guest-blogging on Good. Food. Stories., shares her story of culinary exploration in Italy in a post that takes a unique spin on a theme popularized in novels and memoirs like Eat Pray Love. But unlike other American heroines in expat memoirs who are freed of the constraints of their urban, tortured thinking by abandoning all semblance of their former lives (and inevitably falling in love), Justine's already in love; her decision to move to the Umbrian region of Italy is a matter of course in a deepening relationship. ...more

BlogHer Voice of the Week: 10% Fiction

Bloggers are storytellers. Sometimes they paint you a picture in fine detail, until you recognize every detail; you see it in your mind's eye. The context is clear; the subtext explained, and you know you've been there before yourself. Sometimes, though, you get just a rough sketch...no names named, no motivations unearthed and examined. And yet a great storyteller can still convince you you've been there before yourself, even without all the gory detail. That's exactly what Carla Delvex from 10% Fiction does in her post, the breakdown of: friendship, and it's why we've named her the BlogHer Voice of the Week. ...more

I read your content Elisa and like it so much.Nice posting here. thanksmore

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