Nola Mom started as a way to communicate with other moms living in Post Katrina New Orleans. After filling that need I began using at an outlet for myself as a stay at home mom and connect with other moms outside of the city. I write about my daily life and the joys of mommyhood as well as anything that may interest me on a daily basis.
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Nola Studiola, and its guested version, Nola Studiola REDUX, began in the spring of 2012 as an interview site to explore and support different artists' visions of their processes and how they balance life and making art.
Today it is a guested/curated site. Each month, a different artist directs the content, which somehow addresses exploring the artistic process through interviews, information sharing among geographic and artistic communities, and sometimes personal essays....more
My name is Sara, and I am a nomad who always brings cookies.
I believe great food is always within reach. I don’t like fancy expensive ingredients, tools that only have one use (cherry pitter, I’m talking to YOU) or rules like “don’t eat raw cookie dough”. I do like using good ingredients that are in season and easy to get.
If a recipe happens to be gluten free or vegan (as it can be from time to time by pure accident), then I’ll let you know....more
On the search for edible delights, from my kitchen to your table. Nomnivorous is my journey in the kitchen, on the food competition field and dining out. Growing up in a family of food obsessed, this Southern transplant didn't quite realize her full obsession until her relocation to New York City. Follow my insanity and my love of food, it's always a good time....more
Hi! I'm the author behind the NORTHERN COTTAGE blog!!
A comfy cozy crafty cottage-y blog about diy, home decor, crafts, recipes and thrifty finds!
C'mon by for a visit anytime! http://www.NorthernCottage.net
Nosh & Norge is a blog inspired by the food of Norway (Norge), my lifelong love of food, a passion for healthy living and a world full of travel possibilities.
Nosh & Norge began in April 2012, to document (with a foodie angle, of course) my month-long stay in Norway....more