The Everygirl

I recently discovered The Everygirl, have you heard of it? Founded in America by two ladies who met through blogging, The Everygirl is an online resource dedicated to helping shape the creative, career-driven woman to experience a life better lived with features that teach you how to incorporate creativity into your day, provide career motivation and inspire you to become the woman you want to be. The Everygirl

Alaina Kaczmarski, who has a background in magazine journalism and psychology and Danielle Moss, who spent her twenties working as a nanny and executive assistant but with a degree in sociology, knew that together they could create some magic and The Everygirl is where they seem to be doing it. One part of the site that I love is the Careers section. I'll highlight just a few of the dozens from their site. Wow, what a gorgeous gathering of inspirational ladies.

The Everygirl

The Everygirl

The Everygirl

I loved the features on textile designer Caitlin Wilson. Isn't her work space gorgeous? Great color scheme. You can find Caitlin's fabrics online here. YUMMY!

The Everygirl

The Everygirl

And of course I loved learning more about super duper stylist Emily Henderson. She has my book in her home too - I always get so excited when people I admire have one of my books on display in their home. I feel like a little kid every time! Here's a link to Emily's blog - a must read!

The Everygirl

The Everygirl

I met AphroChic, also known as Jeanine Hays, on my book tour in 2011 and adored her - she's such a lovely lady so it was especially nice seeing her profiled here and my book on her bookcase. :)

The Everygirl

The Everygirl

The Everygirl

The great feature about Megan Gonzalez of Mae Mae Paperie was also an inspiration to me.

The Everygirl

The Everygirl

I also loved learning more about a favorite paper designer, Anna Bond of Rifle Paper Co.

Another part of the site that I find super valuable and unique is their job postings page. At first, I thought this was only for jobs that The Everygirl was hiring for to work with them but nope, it's a job board for all sorts of creative companies. I like that a lot!

I heart The Everygirl, great site!

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