Thursday, January 21, 2010

Link Love for Our Guest Bloggers

As you probably know, 2009 was our first full calendar year of blogging here at CHICKS ROCK! Over the course of the year, we were able to showcase several guest bloggers. We want to thank them again for sharing their words in this space, and highlight some of their posts.

Bridget got several comments with her great post about how traveling impacts the way she views her own American identity.

Stephanie also shared what she learned from her experience traveling, particularly when traveling as a woman.

(In case you didn't notice, we love writing about travel here on CHICKS ROCK!)

Kristina wrote several guest posts, including one that's still very useful about using job loss as an opportunity for personal growth.

Kelly (our very first guest blogger) returned to talk about being a new mother, and the bonds she's formed with other mothers.

Sasha reflected on TWM's health & nutrition panel and how it impacted her as she focuses on becoming a healthier version of herself.

Rita had a post about how she learned to be in the present, rather than focus on the past or future.

Now that you see the range of topics our guest bloggers cover, hopefully you'll be inspired to contribute a post of your own. Take a look at our guest blogger guidelines and submit a piece. This space is meant to be a vehicle all women to share their experiences so that we can connect with each other and learn from each other.

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