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OC's Crushworthy Blogs

From professional canning to personal style here are some of the chillest crush-worthy blogs based in Orange County California. Take a moment to check out who is who and whats what. Im always on the lookout for cool blogs right in my backyard so if you know of any that I failed to mention please send them my way.

OC's Crush-worthy Blogs


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Brittany Stiles 
Brittany Stiles is the owner and lead designer for Brittany Stiles Interior Design. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts, Brittany completed a more specialized degree in interior design at FIDM in Los Angeles. Brittany began designing in Laguna Beach, CA and has since worked all over the Southern California area.



Life on The Balcony 
Life on the Balcony is an award winning blog about the container gardening tips and tricks I’ve picked up over the last few years of growing plants on tiny balconies and patios and creating beautiful container gardens for my clients. From time to time you’ll also find great recipes best enjoyed or made outdoors and other outdoor living ideas for balconies, patios and small decks.




Project Small 
My name is Delilah and am the owner of an eco-friendly store in Southern California called The Road Less Traveled. i am also have a line of small-batch, organic/local, artisan preserves called Backyard in a Jar.
i am also a Master Food Preserver and teach classes throughout Southern California on food preservation.
and in my free time i am the co-organizer of Patchwork Show-an indie arts & crafts fair with my niece Nicole.



B Jones on Style 
Beth Jones, 29, is originally from South Carolina but currently lives in Orange County, CA. In 2007, she created an online fashion site called The Vintage Society, which showcased individual style using vintage and modern to create signature looks. Features such as Instant Outfit and The Society Girl of the Week brought thousands of readers back each day.
In 2009, Beth began focusing her attention on fashion styling and developing her own company, B. Jones Style, which encompasses editorial and personal styling, fashion writing and many other projects.



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Griffin Eats OC 
Griffin Eats OC is a food blog written by Griffin, about his different dining experiences around Orange County.



Out in Orange County
Out in Orange County, a Gay Orange County Guide is part of the out in America Network.




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Greers OC 
For 14 years, Greer wrote about fashion, dining and trends in Orange County, first as a popular columnist for the Daily Pilot and now as founder of Greer’s OC. Do you have a friend who always seems to be ahead of the trends, who has great taste, who has a great sense of humor and who you just like being around? That’s Greer.She’s also a mother of four boys and married to a journalist. In her spare time, Greer runs marathons and loves to cook.




Pink Martinis and Pearls By Pink Martini
Life is too short not to have a little pink umbrella in your drink! Decorating cookies, planning parties, retail therapy, sharing creative ideas, organization, and maternal musings add sparkle to my life.



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OC Mom Magazine
OC Mom Mag offers Mom to Mom tips and advice, articles, recipes, resources, calendar of events, where to go and what to do and so much more.
It all started several years ago when we started OC Mom's Blog. So many friends made and ideas born the traffic and readers grew on OC Mom's Blog we knew it was time to evolve to the next level. OC Mom Mag is the next step. It is the go-to resource for Mom's in Orange County.

Do you know of any cool OC based blogs that you want to share?

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Comments

delilah said…
eeek-thank you for mentioning the blog!!
xoxoxo

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