Blissfully Domestic

I've been meaning to write about this for a while, although if you follow me on Twitter of Facebook you're probably already well aware.  A few weeks ago, while browsing the forums at Suite101, I found an amazing opportunity on a fellow writer's website.  She was writing about writing for Blissfully Domestic, it turns out she's the editor-in-chief for the site.  I enjoy Blissfully Domestic as a reader and after hearing what she had to say about it decided to apply to be a contributing writer.  A few days later, I was accepted, so I'll be writing about, well, writing.  It's a topic I know a little something about, one I enjoy delving into, and I have a ton of thoughts about what I'd like to write.


I mention this now for two reason.  First, if you're anything like me, you probably notice when something new appears on a blog's sidebar.  I installed the beautiful Blissfully Domestic Contributor button a few days back; it links directly to my profile over there.  The second reason is that yesterday my first article went live.  I wrote about starting a writing group and would love for you to give it a read.  Thoughtful comments on the article are both welcome and appreciated!

I also hope you'll check back to Blissfully Domestic in the future, give the site a read, and see what I've been up to over there.  In turn, I'll let you know when something new is posted there to look for.  Enjoy the article!

6 comments

  1. Welcome to the Blissfully Domestic family! Love your blog, it's really cute!

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  2. *cheers you on* I'm so proud of you Kris!
    Your life is seriously happenening all around you in Writing bliss!!!

    Did you ever think that way back, when i finally convinced you that blogging wasn't a waste of time, that you'd be here at this awesome place in life?

    (does the happy dance for you)

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  3. Thanks, Mayren!! I must say, I'm eternally grateful to have been introduced to blogging! It's on the top of my list of favorite things to do, that's for sure. :D

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  4. Thanks for the comment, Kristyn! I am totally with you on the driving date thing! We used to do that a lot. We still do sometimes, but lately gas is so expensive that it's just easier to stay home, grab a Redbox movie and cuddle on the couch!

    Thanks again for the comment! Love your blog!

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  5. Thanks again, Meg! I enjoyed reading your blog, too. I think with the economy the way it is right now, everyone's striving for a bit of financial balance. That doesn't mean we have to give up on the romance!

    Drop by any time!!

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