Sunday, September 30, 2007

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #52

The Carnival is meant to showcase the blogs, you don't have to send in something that's profound. In fact, it's better to send in something that reflects your blogging style so that potential readers get a feel for what type of a blogger you are. Who knows? They might just think you've got something.

There will be a Carnival next week. Send in whatever is indicative of your blogging style or a post that you want more people to read.

Angel: So What Does A Single Mom Do...

Velveteen Mind reminds us that we are not our money, regardless of our circumstances. I Am a Have but I Happen to Have Not. What about you?

tinyMEME gives all web developer-wannabes a good start in the field by offering a list of more than 30 free and almost free web development and design tools for the freelancer (or pro). Did she miss some of the greatest tools you've ever used? Leave a comment.

On Advertising for Success blog, CyberCelt writes of the woes of being a foreign correspondent or living in a society where news is repressed in Reporters Without Borders.

On CoolAdzine for Marketers blog, CyberCelt tells of the horrors faced by women of every nation, even in the civilized world, in Stop Violence Against Women and Girls.

On Texas RV Travel blog, CyberCelt updates us on the status of the humanitarian disaster on the 21st Century in Genocide in Darfur Continues Today. Warning: what these people live through is not pretty.

CyberCelt bares her soul in I Stand Before You and Weep... on Endangered Spaces blog.

Darla shares candidly about baby making and crocheting for charity. She'd love a few tips!

Gretchen asks "Is cheerleading a thing of the past?"

Michele of Reformed Chicks Blabbing blogs about the "Hallelujah Diet."

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Early Reminder for the Carnival

Here is your early reminder for the Carnival this week. Send me a description of the post that you want to promote and a link to the post.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

The Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #51

We will be having a Carnival next week, still no theme (sorry). Select whatever post you want to promote and email me a description and a link. Use the following entries as an example. I'll try to remember to post a reminder. The will come to your mailbox if you put your email address in the form that's located on the sidebar. (It's an email of our feed from Feedburner.)

At New Zealand Reality TV everyone’s raving about the new BBC show How to Look Good Naked which focuses on body image and feeling good from the inside out.

Miss Prozac talks about reality TV host Lee-Anne Wann’s eating disorder, chronic fatigue and battle of the bulge at New Zealand Reality TV

Lori of Blogging with Cents blogs about "Male Selective Hearing" and at "A Cowboy's Wife" she blogs about "That Special Moment."

Pamela, of The Dust Will Wait, Fun Monday Good Deed

CyberCelt details the latest action to be taken to keep the Internet free and neutral in her post on Endangered Spaces blog.

CyberCelt wants to remind everyone about Bloggers Against Abuse on September 27, 2007 on Advertising for Success blog.

Malissa's Merry Go Round -- Fall is in the air

Talia Mana offers a quick and simple guide to goal setting.

Michele of Reformed Chicks Blabbing blogs about the lawsuit brought against God by a state senator.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Reminder: Carnival tomorrow

We will be having a carnival tomorrow. Please email me a link and a brief description of the post that you would like to have readers visit.

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #50

OK, just to review how the Carnival works, it's real simple. Out of all the posts that you write next week, pick one and then email me a one or two sentence description with the link to the post. That's it. I put up a reminder here each week. If you are missing the reminders, then subscribe to the email RSS feed and a reminder will be sent (it's located in the sidebar). We will be having a Carnival next week.

Talia from Centre for Emotional Well-Being suggests you try “urge surfing” to battle cravings for food, ciggies, alcohol or any other destructive habit

CyberCelt asks you to please take action on Racism Rears Its Ugly Head in Jena, LA on Advertising for Success.

Never one to back down from a potentially tasty challenge, in Dreaming What Ifs... Karmyn R tries out a new recipe.

Diva Days
: The allure of red lipsick still calls us today, but there are some tricks to getting away with it.

The Tall Poppy
: The Twitter phenomenon has left some of us wondering what all the fuss is.

smithical: the sense of wonder

Michele of Life Under the Sun and her daughter Sarah (mostly Sarah :-) wrote a review haiku of "King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters."

Saturday, September 15, 2007


Carnival tomorrow!

Friday, September 14, 2007

Reminder, reminder, reminder

Hey!!!!! We are having a Carnival this week! (Do you think that was noticeable :-)

Monday, September 10, 2007

What happened to the Carnival?

I received one entry:

Talia from Centre for Emotional Well-Being suggests you try “urge surfing” to battle cravings for food, ciggies, alcohol or any other destructive habit

Oh well! We'll try again next week. I will try to remember to start reminding you earlier :-)

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Carnival Tomorrow

Here's your reminder. A little late but I hope it helps :-)

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Carnival of the Blogging Chicks #49

I almost forget to post this! I think I better go back to posting it in the morning. Thanks to everyone who sent me an entry.

CyberCelt shares how you may make a difference in eliminating the environmental causes of breast cancer in Not My Breasts! on Losing Proposition blog.

CyberCelt asks your support for the victims of Katrina in Two Years After Katrina . . . on the Endangered Spaces blog.

CyberCelt offers her 5-part series on disaster preparation in one downloadable Adobe Acrobat document on Texas RV Travel.

In Dreaming What Ifs, Karmyn R finds that sometimes using Sitemeter gives more information that one really wants to know.

MC Milker: Centering - a time-out alternative

Stop on by Julie Carobini's beach pad for a chat with fella blogging chick, Camy Tang.

After reading the latest scandal in the news with Sen. Craig, T. opines about moral rights.

Michele of Life Under the Sun took her 15-year old to Stardust and both loved it!

Talia introduces Dominic Bowden, the new host of The Next Great American Band at New Zealand Reality TV. If you’re wondering why you’ve never heard of him before, it’s because he’s a kiwi!

Talia from the Centre for Emotional Well-Being asks what the difference is between overeating and bingeing.

Saturday, September 01, 2007

Reminder: Carnival tomorrow night

I will be posting the Carnival tomorrow night if I get enough entries.