BlueHairedMary did an interesting post the other day about blogs that she was reading. In that post she said that she tends to stay away from the blogs that get hundreds of comments because she felt like she was in high school and trying to get the attention of the cool kids. I know exactly what she means. I have been feeling the exact same way because I don't fit into the mommy mold so I'm guess I'm trying to find my niche. I'm just a girl who works really hard at a job she loves, but makes money on the side by blogging. I have many of the same interests as the mommy bloggers, but because I don't have kids I guess I just don't fit in as well. Some of the blogs that I am reading right now are below. There are some mommy bloggers, some really popular blogs, and some that are just really interesting and helpful to me.
http://tipjunkie.blogspot.com/ (Loving the 20 days of giveaways)
http://thesecretisinthesauce.blogspot.com/ (This is one of the ones where you have to compete with hundreds of other bloggers to be featured. I think my chances of being featured are very unlikely because I'm not a blogger mommy but I'm still keeping my fingers crossed.) :)
http://babytealeaves.blogspot.com/ (Loving the Summer of Me Weightloss Challenge)
http://www.thriftyfloridamama.net/ (Great deals every week)
http://pinklemonadeoflife.blogspot.com/ (Loving the Friday Freebies and Wednesday Weight Loss)
http://www.johnchow.com (Love this site because he is so successful that I figure if I learn one thing I am way better off)
http://workathomemomrevolution.blogspot.com/ (Love that she finds so many different work at home opportunities)
http://prizey.blogspot.com/ (Love the prizes)
http://bluehairedmary.blogspot.com/ (Love the madness)
I guess that's it for now. FYI for all of the newbie bloggers out there, all of these sites except for John Chow were found thru Entrecard initially. While the Secret is in the Sauce and Prizey are not on Entrecard, I found links to their sites when I was dropping cards. John Chow does advertise on Entrecard, but I heard about his site quite awhile ago before Entrecard came about.