Hey All!!!Hope you are having a fabulous weekend! Just wanted to let you know that i posted a fish and veggie recipe on my blog http://fromthefifth.blogspot.com/check it out because it sure was delicious!!! :-))...more
so i take the bar exam in 5 days. FML. i feel underprepared and overly stressed. anyone else feeling my pain out there? i blogged about how i was and maybe still am feeling today. check it out because as this group description states "misery does love company" ;- P http://fromthefifth.blogspot.com ...more
Hey Guys! I am new to the blog her network and to this group! My name is Rachel and I am 20 something living in Texas trying to figure out what i wanna do with my life and enjoying EVERY second of it! ok... maybe not every second ;-) but i am confident that ya'll know what i mean when i say that. anyways, i would be honored if you would check out my blog at http://fromthefifth.blogspot.com and follow it if you like what you read! hope everyone has a great night!-R...more
Hello everyone,I just got started with Blog Her and this was the first group that caught my eye. I'm nearly out of my 20s but just as quarterlifey as ever, I have a feeling this angst will just meld into a midlife crisis :) Just thought I'd say hello and say that I'm excited to "meet" more people in the same life boat with me. Life boat with no flotation devices......more
Hi, my name is Jeniel. I thought this group seemed pretty cool so wanted to jump in and say hello. You can find my blog at www.whatswrongwithmommy.blogspot.com. It's a bit bare right now since I literally started blogging, like, yesterday, but hang in there. It will get better, I promise. :)
Hi everyone! I'm Alma and I'm new to BlogHer. I've only been blogging for a couple weeks now so forgive me if my blog's a little lacking right now :) You can find me at almond-alma. Thanks for reading!
i just joined Blogher and figured I would go ahead and introduce myself to those who are in the same place in life as me! I am twenty-three and a college graduate who wasn't able to find a job and woke up in the middle of a full on quarter-life crisis. It rocked... :-) Since I started blogging I have found that it is the best possible outlet I could have created for myself at the time and the people involved in it are amazing.
I look forward to meeting everyone and sharing questions and experiences!
Hello twentysomething bloggers,
I just joined Blogher recently, and am looking foward to connecting with all sorts of interesting people while I am here, and hopefully finding some amazing blogs.
A little about myself: I'm a 23 year old singer songwritter living in Seattle and starting a label for the self release of my first album. Having attempted more reasonable carreer paths and discovering they made me unhappy I now work during the day as a receptionist and as a musician at night.
Why, hello there....:-)
My name is Angie, and I'm thankfully still a 20-something. :-) I'm 25, a teacher, a blogger (yep!), married, no kids, a Chicagoan, and loving life (most days).
I've heard great things about BlogHer, and I actually joined a few months ago but never got involved.
As far as blogging...
cookingwith frazzoo.blogspot.com & livingbreathing20something.wordpress.com are my primary blogs. I have a teaching blog that's mostly theraputic but I'll pass the link around if anyone wants it.
Hope to be seeing more of everyone here!
I'm starting a series on my blog where i feature other bloggers and their quarter life crisis's. If you're interested in sharing your story email me at heidi [at] legallyheidi[dot]com
Hi everyone - I am totally new to this Blogher scene and am still not sure how it works at ALL.
But I have a new blog called Things My Mother Shouldn't Read - for all the ladies out there whose mothers (or grandmothers or dads) DO read their blogs. Because sometimes you want to tell a story and you don't want your mother to see it. I'd love any submissions!
My normal blog is sarahbooz.blogspot.com if you feel like checking it out.
I'm a 24 year old English major who graduated from the University of Washington and landed my dream job in book publishing... only to have it taken away from me five months ago due to the economic climate. I've been struggling since December 5th applying for jobs, interviewing, and mostly not finding work.