Great Women Bloggers, Part 2- Sharon Silver, Margaret McSweeney, Debi Taylor, Jenna Riggs and Beth Engleman

I wrote a blog earlier this month that highlighted some of my favorite women bloggers.  That blog was just the beginning.  Please meet some more of my favorite women bloggers and know that there WILL be a Part 3 forthcoming!

SHARON SILVER is the force behind PROACTIVE PARENTING-

http://www.proactiveparenting.net/

It is not easy being a parent and juggling all there is to do in a course of a day!  Sometimes raising a family and trying to be a good employee can conflict.  Sharon is there to be the voice of reason.  Known to many by her popular website: http://www.proactiveparenting.net/ .  Sharon also can be found on MOMTV.com and soon in a bookstore near you with her soon to be released parenting book.  You will love getting to know Sharon Silver through the many media outlets simply at your fingertips.  I am proud to call her a friend for life!

Connect with Sharon on Twitter as @Sharon_Silver

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MARGARET MCSWEENEY

http://www.MargaretMcSweeney.com

Margaret McSweeney is one of the kindest and gentlest souls I have EVER met!  She mixes southern charm with good old city “know how” in all she does.  Her passion is to help and support girls/women in crisis.  She is deeply rooted in her Christian faith, however is open to discussing on her blog all kinds of topics.  I truly am a fan.  Margaret, like me, is also an addict of the FLIP Camera! Connect with Margaret on Twitter as @McSweeney

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BETH ENGLEMAN and JENNA RIGGS!

http://www.mommyonashoestring.com


Beth Engelman

I first met Beth a few months ago in sunny, albeit windy, Chicago.  She is a stitch!  I must say that I love a woman who brings her laptop to a meet and greet lunch!  She is non-stop, highly caffeinated and ultra groovy.  She also is a terrific talent, writer and a single mom.  Her agenda is to help families, especially mom’s post-divorce.  You will LOVE Beth and her Mommy On a Shoe String partner- JENNA RIGGS. I have never met, Jenna in person, but we both have an interest in children’s literacy and the arts.  She also is a media personality and quite the traveler.  She and Beth have been best friends since college.  You have to admire a duo that can sustain such a long and deep friendship through “thick and thin”.

You can check out all of Jenna’s talents on www.jennariggs.com

Click here for  a peek at Beth’s iVillage video: http://video.ivillage.com/player/?fid=31499

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Debi Taylor is the Spirit of Autism

Sometimes you meet people virtually and just know that you could be the best of friends because you both strive for a common cause- that is how I felt when I “met” Debi Taylor from the Sprit of Autism.  This mom of a child with Autism also dedicates her energies to being an EMT.  She has written some of the soundest informational packets to help Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) learn more about helping children with Autism.  I admire her stamina and love her blog. Connect with Debi on TWITTER – @SpiritofAutism

Check it out here:  http://www.82nd-atl.com/Spirit/ Look for the tabs regarding CERT info, too!

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Who comprises the next set of GREAT WOMEN BLOGGERS?


In no certain order as they are all GROOVY GALS!


Shara Lawrence-Weiss of MommyPerks.com


Wendy Young of Kidlutions.com


Lisa Callsen of CodaDiva.com


and Momentrepreneur and life coach- Britt Michaelian

 

http://brittmichaelian.com/



4 thoughts

  1. I am honored to be on this list, and to be called friend. You inspire me every day. The service you provide is invaluable, and your marketing is so creative! I love being in your girls club!

  2. Hi Louise – it’s so nice that you are doing this – thanks for including me in the next post 😉 I’m reading about your other wonderful friends here and seeing what great things they are up to! Thanks for telling us about these terrific women.

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