Gardeners Plant a Seed, Grow Your Mind

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A group of writers proves there’s more to life than gardening.

I belong to an online group of successful writers from all across the country participating in a challenge to write a blog post every day for a month. Michelle Rafter dreamed up the May Blogathon and nearly 30 writers have accepted the challenge.

There is something for everyone in this group–from frugal living to travel; movies to motherhood. There’s advice for the self-employed, help with your spiritual life, politics, cooking and much more.

Please take time to read through this list, click on some links and make some new friends. You never know what will sprout after planting a few more seeds.

Be sure to check back with me to see if I’m able to meet the post-a-day challenge.

Vera Marie Badertscher– Books and movies that influence travel.
Heather Boerner– Advice for the self-employed among us.
Jane Boursaw– May Movie Madness and other film-related stuff.
Danielle Buffardi– Random thoughts of a mother & freelance writer.
Sona Charaipotra– Entertainment topics
Rosie Colombraro– There is always a Plan B.
Sue Dickman– Food, gardening, travel, books and more.
Jackie Dishner– Improving your life with the B.I.K.E. spiritual navigation tool.
Kelly Estes – A political blog
Jennifer L.W. Fink – With 4 boys between 11 & 3, this writer knows her subject.
Sydne George –  Good eats.
Debra Gordon– Wine on Tuesdays
Nancy Hall– How to fit making art into your every day life.
Heather Holliday–  Putting your best words forward.
Elizabeth Humphrey– Introducing creativity into daily life.
Leah Ingram–  Tips for frugal living.
JoAnn Jagroop–  Recipes from Alaska to the South Pacific.
Lisa Mann– Sonoma on the Cheap.
Amy Rauch Neilson– Today’s the official launch.
Jennifer Netherby–  Musings of a freelance writer.
Sarah E. Ludwig– Parenting by Trial and Error
Kate Reilly–  Finding fun in everyday life.
Melissa Sais– Raising kids in a digital world.
Brette Sember–  One Martha Stewart makeover every day.
Sarah Webb– Where science meets life.


 

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I’m blogging along with you. I’ll be reading yours with interest as I attempt a vegetable garden this year!

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