The Divine Miss Mommy

Say hi to our featured blogger today. You probably already know her. She has a massive social media following and is a self-professed tech geek. Welcome Stacie from The Divine Miss Mommy!


Here’s a little about Stacie:

The Divine Miss Mommy, named by my daughter who was four at the the time, is about living the good life. I also blog about lifestyle and travel plus I review products as well. Blogging has opened up a lot of opportunities for me including social media consulting and writing for other sites. It has been really amazing to be part of the blogging community since starting my blog in 2009.

Some of Stacie’s favorite posts include:

The Orange Shoes is a reflection on a moment in her childhood and how it’s come full circle with her own child.

Celebrating a new lease on life in Happy Heart Day.

Kidnapped and Robbed at Gunpoint in Nassau, Bahamas – Thank you very much! is a very scary tale!

Check in with a comment, then head over to The Divine Miss Mommy for even more of Stacie!

About Alina Thomas

Alina is a Virginia wedding photographer based out of Lynchburg, VA. She has a passion for arts and design, and strives to express it through her work. She is creative at heart and loves nothing more than sharing her knowledge in photography with other Virginia wedding photographers on her blog each week. Alina loves being a new mom to her first-born and spending time with her husband who helps her run her businesses. Please feel free to follow her on: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest or Google+.
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Comments

  1. says

    Happy SITS day! I wonder what happened in your scary tale of being kidnapped and robbed at gunpoint. wahhh!

  2. Shannon from 'mynewfavoriteday' says

    Happy SITS day! Popping over now to check out your blog!

  3. says

    Loved the orange shoes! I love that my kids are so independent and individual. I never was at their age. I also wore glasses, braces and was totally goofy. Still am (goofy, that is), but now I love being different.