September Is Here!

The school busses are taking kiddos back to school, the weather is cooling down (that’s more of a wish than a factual statement), and the fall wreaths are once again adorning our doors. This can only mean on thing: It’s September and fall is just around the corner.

Theme: This month, at Oklahoma Women Bloggers, our theme is fashion for our home and for our bodies. How are your closets and wardrobes and homes changing with the season? We’ve got a few spaces left for guest posts and we’d love to feature you. Email us at





Thrift Shop Challenge: On Thursday of this week, we’ll be introducing you to our $25 Thrift Shop Challenge. Be sure to check back in to find out exactly what you need to do.

Meet-Up: Our first state-wide meet up will be October 5 in Oklahoma City. Stay connected with our Facebook page and Twitter–Details will be announced REALLY, REALLY soon!  As in THIS WEEK!

Blogger of the Month: We are so thrilled to be featuring Brittney Orr as our blogger of the month for September. I started following Brittany’s blog, Brittney’s Orr-dinary Life, and quickly discovered that Brittney really is the girl next door. She’s young and hip and sharing this wonderful life with us all online. I think that you’ll agree that she’s a great bloggy-sister to have.

On the horizon: Be watching for information about our Meet-Up in Tulsa coming in March and our summer blogging conference coming next summer! It’s a great time to be an Oklahoma Woman Blogger!

Heather DavisHeather Davis is administrator of Oklahoma Women Bloggers. She’s the author of TMI Mom Oversharing My Life and Getting Lucky (Coming in November!). She blogs about the craziness that is her life at Minivan Momma.

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  1. cori warner says:

    Sounds like OWB is getting around. I’m excited to hear about the meet ups and a conference! A SAD FACE 🙁 though because the first meet up is the same day as the Junk Hippy Roadshow, and since I’m signed up as a vendor, I’ll have to miss the first meet up. Maybe I can make Tulsa in the spring. Thanks for all you do, Heather!

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