Learn how Rachel of Smile and Wave fights blogger burnout

Smile and Wave is a lifestyle blog dedicated to sharing my love of vintage, home decor, DIY’s, and family moments. My husband, Brett, is a 2LT in the Army and we are currently making our home in Colorado Springs with our two kids, Sebastian and Ruby, and our dog, Sunday. I’ve been blogging since April 2007 as a means to connect with like-minded, creative, inspiring women and have felt the support of the handmade community so strongly as our family has made the transition from one baby to two, moving three times in five years, job changes, life decisions, creative challenges, and currently settling into our life with the Army.

Learn how Sarah of Yes and Yes pays her rent with advertisers

By day, I’m a copywriter/blogger-for-hire/internet awesome-i-fier.  I help small businesses and self-employed creatives make a name for themselves on the internet and create content people want to forward to all their friends and add to that Favorites folder.

By night, I plot my next trip, go on adventures with my friends, eat entirely too much cheese, and attempt to make my cat wear outfits.

Learn how Kara of I Just Might Explode helps her clients create effectively designed blogs.

I Just Might Explode is my personal blog. I blog about my life, art school, the things I make and sell online, music, and how to live an ever evolving creative life.

I’m 21 years and a blogger, designer/design student, and photographer. I create online scrapbooking, art journaling, and photography classes for my appropriately named site, Classes Kara Made.

Learn how Elise Cripe of EliseJoy.com sells her stamps and mixed paper books.

My name is Elise. I live in San Diego, California with my husband Paul and baby girl, Ellerie. We just purchased our first house, a single story, light-filled space built in 1961. I make stuff. That’s my job. Anything and everything. I am happiest when I am creating something new and exciting. To stay inspired, I set goals. Monthly goals for the little things and birthday goals for the big things. When I turned 27, I set a plan to complete 27 craft projects using 27 different materials. You can follow my progress here and see the results of my 26 birthday project here.

Learn how Mollie of Wild Olive sells her digital products

Hi, I’m Mollie! I’m a 30-something crafter and illustrator of cute things. Since I’m a blogger and Etsy seller, I’m also a photographer, writer, designer, bookkeeper, publicist and a lot of other things. When I’m not working on things for the Wild Olive blog and shop, I do some freelance graphic design and children’s ministry at my church. I’m not married and I don’t have any kids, but I do love making things for and with my younger brothers and sisters!

Learn how Megan of The Nerd Nest lands her guest posts on major blogs

Megan Anderson blogs at The Nerd Nest with her husband Jake about their family of crafty nerds. She’s an avid life documenter obsessed with her Project Life, taking everyday photos with Instagram , challenges on Document Life Workshop , and, as can be told by her crazy posting frequency, blogging. She reads piles of books, loves city life, and always has a cup of coffee nearby.

Learn how Kristin of rukristin papercrafts makes money with affiliate marketing

Kristin is a millennial storyteller who loves listing, memory-keeping, graphic design, social justice, her iPhone, and adventures with Jeffrey (her person).  She is the owner of rukristin papercrafts, which is a venue to share inspiration, products and lessons on storytelling, crafting and much more.  Kristin loves to encourage others to find their voice and take their own adventures to the next level, whatever and wherever that may be.  Find her on twitterinstagramfacebook and here on her blog.

Learn how Kam of Campfire Chic builds community around her blog

I’m Kam and Campfire Chic is my story as a crafty camper. I share my story as a 9-5er looking for adventure.
The posts I share encourage my readers to take risks and try new things, like camping, rock climbing, and yoga, while maintaining their current interests and responsibilities. Campfire Chic is about accepting challenges, setting achievable goals, and documenting the journey toward the finish line.