Blogathon Bloggers

[tweetmeme source = “azwritergal” only_single=false https://writinginsand.wordpress.com/2010/05/02/blogathon-bloggers/%5DNote: This list has been updated to include a few additions and corrections to the original list.

It’s day two of the WordCount Blogathon. Today, I thought I’d share with my readers the names of the other bloggers participating in the Blogathon. More than 100 bloggers have signed up for the 2010 Blogathon, a rather impressive number. These ambitious bloggers are from all over the world, and they cover all different topic – from daily life to freelance writing to food, and everything in between.

Find a topic you like, and pay the blogger a visit. You just might find your new favorite blog.

2010 Blogathon Participants:

Rebecca I. Allen356 No More, A journey from couch to fit
Christa Avampato – Christa in New York, Curating a Creative Life
Anjulibhulbhulaiyan, a complicated entanglement of zigzag pathways
Joan Lambert BaileyPopcornHomestead, Gardening, place and my life in Tokyo
Karen BannanNatural as Possible Mom, Because natural isn’t always possible — or easy
t.a. barnhart – Left Coast Foodie, Damn, that’s good: a foodie blog by someone who knows what he’s doing
June BellEnough is enough! Advice and support
Teresa Bitler – Forty Firsts, A Midlife Crisis in the Making
Athena l. Borozon – Altar Valley Daily Orb, The Desert Rat Dialogues
Jane Boursaw*Film Gecko, Cool movie news and reviews
Alisa BowmanProject Happily Ever After, Marriage advice from a recovering divorce daydreamer
Carson BrackneyCarson Brackney, Consultant, Copywriter, Content Provider, Factotum
Ben Bradley, Ben’s (Not Quite) First Ever Presence on the Interweb, Blog of an aspiring human being
Sheena BrockingtonGreenhouse Advertising, Cultivating ideas for small businesses
Danielle Buffardi*Horrible Sanity, Going into the mind of a mother and freelancer
Beverly BurmeierGoing on Adventures, Travel stories from near and far
Diane Calhoun – Violet is My Color, Life just happens, deal with it
Danielle CarterLive and Love Life VA, Helping you do more of what you love, and less of what you don’t!
Fiona ChanCandy Prison, A typical teenager
Joy Choquette – One Year. 156 Fears. Life Changing. One woman tackles her fears
Bernard ChungGreen Tea World, It’s more than just a cup of green tea here
Caroline ClemmonsA Writer’s Life, Writing tips, interviews and miscellaneous ramblings
Shelley ClunieShelCluzo’s Blog, Healthy, wealthy and wise at 62
Cocotte – Leaping into Life, Uncommon stories to nurture body, mind & soul
Christianne CookA Day in My Mind, The world through my eyes
Sue DickmanLife Divided, Food, garden, books . . . and India
Jackie DishnerBike with Jackie, Using my special brand of BIKE to teach you how to turn obstacles into opportunities
Tracy DoerrTracy Doerr, A chronicle of ideas and things that inspire me
Ron S. Doyle*Blog Salad, All the blog that’s fit to eat
Dana DuGanChick with a View, It’s good to live on the edge. The view is better.
Dan EldridgeLabor Party, A Young Pioneers Media blog for Creative and Alternative Entrepreneurs
Cindy Elsberry – Doodle9, Paddling down the stream…of consciousness
Heather FaesyBlame it on the Full Moon, My kids, writing and reading
R. Jill FinkMy Opera, Musings about writing, food, weight loss and other hilarious things
Jennifer FinkBlogging Bout Boys, All about boys — raising them, educating them, learning with them
Damaris FishDamaris Fish on Genealogy, Researching my family history and helping others with theirs
Dylan FogleDiscordianzen, The map is not the territory
Katie FooteLittlefoote’s Lab, A chronicle of what the unemployed girl in NoPo is up to.
Heather Frendo – Thrifty Knee Socks
Andrea GenevieveAndrea Genevieve, Where social medium, technology and higher education meet
Alexandra GrabbeChezsven’s Blog, Life as a green innkeeper on Outer Cape Cod
Elyse GrauMy Garden to Table, Growing what you eat, eating what you grow
Wendy Korn HepptBudget Style on a Shoestring, Budget savvy fashion, beauty and related news and ideas
Katie HindererWrite Beyond the Cubicle, A freelance writer’s thoughts on the industry
Amanda HirschTastee Pudding, In the search for creative life, the proof is in the Pudding
Lisa Jaffe Hubbell – Eat, Read and Be Harried, Making it through life one book at a time
Nancy Mann JacksonGrowing Food and Kids, Gardening, harvesting, cooking and preserving with kids in tow
Robert JanelleWithout an Apostrophe, Ottawa freelance tech journalist
Elizabeth King HumphreyThe Write Elizabeth, Writing. Creativity. Play. Life.
Walter L. Johnson IIGeorgia News Beat, An inside look at what’s happening in the state of Georgia
B.J. KeetonProfessor Beej, Pop culture commentary with an academic slant
Amy KocurAmyLizK, Maryland/ DC Metro area arts and analysis
Courtney KoschelFinding My Muse: A New Writer’s Journey,
Sara LancasterNo.2PenBlog, Resource for my clients and others interested in marketing communications
Bill LascherLascher at Large, A contemplative, pondered and unrushed thought banquet.
Mary Dixon LebeauIn the Boom Boom Room, Remember staying out until the street lights came on?
Pooja LohanaBrown-eyed Mystic, On writing and more!
Sarah E. LudwigParenting by Trial and Error, The learning curve in raising kids
Jenny Lynes – Welcome to the Good Life, A student environmentalist exploring responsible, cheap, and fun living
Su-sieee! Mac This and That. Here and There. Now, Sometimes Then., Rambling about anything and everything that interests me
Harry MarksCurious Rat, Chewing at the tech industry’s wires…nom nom nom…
Joanne MasonEnglish Idioms, What they mean, how we use them, where they came from
Kim McNeillKim’s Play Place, An active parent trying to make sure my kids are educated
Teresa MearsMiamiOntheCheap, Discounts, deals and free events in Miami
Rose MedlockRFM, Rose Flores Medlock
Heather MintonStumbling into Grace, The adventure of following God and figuring it out in Portland
Kathy MurrayOut and Employed, News, career advice and job resources for ex-offenders
Alexis NeelyLife, Business and the Pursuit of Truth, A blog about the intersection
Charles NewberyPine Tree Paradise, The life of a work-at-home writer and father of three
Eric NovinsonCosting a Green Future, A green business blog
Tracy O’Connor I Hate My Message Board, Humor, crankiness, a museum of snack foods and the odd motivational piece
Andrea ParkerAutism Fundraising Guide, For parents of children with autism
Lilac PenafielWhat Have You Learned Today, Life lessons learned everyday…
Tara PhillipsTwo Hands and a Road Map
Jennie PhippsWalletPop, AOL’s personal finance blog
Ed PilollaEd Pilolla, What the f*** is love?
Sue PorembaI Breathe, Therefore I Write
Michelle Rafter, WordCount, Freelancing in the digital age
Kate ReillyPolka Dot Suitcase, Family fun through creative living
Meredith ResnickThe Writer’s [Inner] Journey, Bestselling authors, professional creatives and emerging voices in quirky dialogue about how they write and why it works
Vanessa RichardsonWay Out West Texas, City girl from California moves to Way Out West Texas, what will happen?
Rebecca RobinsonRebecca Robinson, Updates on freelance projects, reflections on journalism innovation in Portland and beyond, and brainstorms from the wee hours
Carey RossiThank You Everything, Appreciate the little things
Natasha RogueThe Writing Blues, Little tips on how I find motivation to get past the difficulties of writing life and the road to publication
Andrea M. RotondoLuxury Cruise Bible, Your source for unbiased luxury cruise reviews
Melissa SaisDigital Mom, Raising kids in a digital world
Lisa SamalonisSingle Parent Savings
Sami Stonerpreneur, Stoner antics as they relate to my business and personal growth
Dina SantorelliMaking Baby Grand, And I thought giving birth to real babies was hard…
Lacey SavageTips and WIPS, Talking about writing fiction
Lilian SchaerFood and Farming Canada, A blog about the farming side of food
Kristie Sloan – mkBeautyZone, Skin care and makeup information training and products
Matthew SmithSmidgen PC, Big news about tiny PCs
Michelle SmithLaw Office of Michelle R. Smith, Because it’s your life, your family and your choice
Stephanie Suesan SmithStephanie Suesan Smith PhD, Information Central
Claire SplanAlameda Garden, Gardening issues in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond
Margarita TartakovskySelf-ish, {Sorta} Sage Advice on Being a Better You
ThinkingtoohardThinking too hard, This is where I empty my head
Blake ThompsonBlack Thompson daht Net, “I’m just saying…”
This is my first year!
Jodi TorpeyWestern Gardeners, Your online guide to gardening in the West
Paul TullisGrim Tidings- True/Slant, My rants about politics & policy
Jan Udlock – Imperfect Mom
Brandi-Ann UyemuraBrandi-Ann Uyemura, Rather be freelancing: tips for the beginning writer
Beth VanHooseWriting in Sand, My adventures in freelance writing, and other stuff
Rachel VidoniEast Coast Musings, A humorous look at kids, family and life
Jen WalkerMy Morning Chocolate, Writing, experiments, culture and adventure in food
Katie Jett WallsOne per Week, 52 posts on things that matter to me
Sarah WebbWebb of Science, Connecting science and life
Rebecca WeberNewstilt SAfrica, Dispatches from South Africa
Susan WeinerInvestment Writing, For investment and wealth managers who want to communicate more effectively with clients and prospects

Rashida WilliamsReally Rashida, Urban lit author blogging about my life and times
Jennifer WillisJennifer Willis, Thoughts on religion, sustainability, media and culture
Andi, Misadventures with Andi, Merry musings of a feisty foodie slash lit-chickie slash globe-trotting wannabe Frenchie! Linda Barnby, TheNEA.org, Taking Entrepreneurs from Where They Are to Where they Want to Be
Adina Genn, Adinagenn’s Blog, The art of writing a business book
Janet Goldstein – Janet’s Publishing & Strategy Blog, Tips, insight, and inspiration for launching books and ideas
Melanie365 days: A different thing everyday in 2010
Andrew Nielsen – A Green Mushroom, My take on the world of gaming
Rah – The Daily Panda, A Panda that goes to law school learns things
Joe RomanoBlogging Perspectives Daily, Blogging News Tips and Views
Christa Sofinowski – Life Being Short, You Should Be Interesting, Documenting my quarterlife crisis


* These awesome participants are also WordCount Blogathon 2010 sponsors.

Happy blogging to my fellow bloggers!

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About Beth

I'm a part-time freelance writer, full-time high school administrative assistant, mother, wife and dreamer. In my free time I enjoy reading, crafts, watching movies and spending time with my best friend and love of my life.
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5 Responses to Blogathon Bloggers

  1. joer223 says:

    Hey Beth, thanks for compiling the list! I’m writing for the Blogathon and looking for to the challenge.
    Best Wishes for you!
    joer223

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  3. anjuli says:

    It has been interesting to browse through some of the other ‘blogathonners’ blogs 🙂 You had a good post up yesterday- sometimes those milestones can be bittersweet- but as you so aptly showed you keep moving on.

  4. janudlock says:

    Hi Beth,

    I’m a freelance writer, too, that just started the blogathon. I’m also working with a web designer for my writer’s site.

    Are you familiar with wordpress as to how I can fix the link (janudlock) – I started a blog a few days ago, didn’ like it so I deleted it, and now when someone clicks on janudlock, it goes to a blank screen saying “blog has been deleted!”…rather than my new blog!…Craziness!

    Anyway, I write parenting articles for regional parenting mags. Come by and visit at janudlock.com, IMP3RfeCT MOM.
    Have a good week.
    jan

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