Special Post: Versatile Blogger Award!

Hello, lovelies!

You don’t usually hear from me on Sundays, unless you subscribe to my newsletter (which you totally should), but I have a special announcement. My friend, Christine, from 200 Saturdays Until Paris nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award! Thanks, Christine! Check out her blog. She’s counting down the Saturdays until her dream vacation.

The Versatile Blogger Award

versatile blogger award

So, the point of this award is to encourage fellow bloggers and build supportive relationships. Blogging is hard work, so we all definitely appreciate the encouragement. This particular award is for smaller or newer blogs.

My Nominees

When you’re nominated for this award, you get to nominate 10-15 other bloggers. Some couldn’t accept, but here are the ones who did:

Meagan from Pretending to be a Good Housewife
This blog is awesome and super funny. Meagan posts about her life experiences and advice.

Mrs. Fancy-Pants: Adventures of an Aussie Heathen in the Bible Belt
Mrs. Fancy-Pants is one of my new favorite people. She’s hysterical! She writes about her experiences as an outsider in the American South.

Joey from Thanks a Latte
This blog details Joey’s experiences at various cafes in Australia. Her pictures never fail to make me hungry.

About Me

The last requirement for this award is to share 7 things about yourself.

  1. I consider myself to be an intersectional feminist. I actually wrote a piece about intersectional feminism for The Liminal.
  2. My favorite place in the world is Disneyland. If a guy ever manages to trick me into a relationship, I’m definitely getting married in front of the castle. One of my goals in life is to go to all of the Disney Parks in the world. So far, I’ve been to two.
  3.  I’m seriously addicted to weird reality shows. Some of my favorites are Return to Amish, Escaping Polygamy, and Hoarding: Buried Alive.
  4. At one point, I wanted to be a marine biologist.
  5. I spent my first 3.5 years of college preparing for medical school, but Organic Chemistry made me hate most science. Even though my direction changed drastically, I don’t regret anything about the classes I took.
  6. I wrote my senior research proposal about drag queens, and it was amazing.
  7. I fell into anthropology, because one of my women’s studies classes was cross-listed as an anthropology class.

Are there any blogs that I should follow? Let me know in the comments! xo

  • Christine Tatum

    How fun to hear from you on a Sunday and learn new things about you, too! Woo-hoo! xo