Sharing the most blissful things to do with Home, Food & Life.
Blissfully Domestic is a popular online family-friendly magazine that offers ideas and inspiration to many areas of life. Blissfully Domestic is for quality-conscious readers interested in Home, Life, and Food. It celebrates people and their everyday lives: gardening, entertaining, renovating, cooking, and creating.
Blissfully Domestic is a group of talented people. We are women, moms, writers, photographers, and strategists who are interested in working to make life the best it can be.
Deborah von Donop. Managing Editor: Deborah is an Interior Designer for over 20 years, and she writes about design on her site dvdInteriorDesign.com based outside NYC. Here Deborah offers her experience and information on interior design trends and design events. To see more, connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
When she is not busy with her business, you will find her cheering her kids at sports events, concerts, and plays, camera in hand, and trying to get to the gym. She is blessed to be the wife of one, mom of three boys, and caretaker of a dog, and two fish!
Some of Deborah’s favorite articles include:
Shanna Fischer. Contributor. Shanna lives just outside NYC. She has a love of music, food, and the puzzle of putting a quilt together. You’ll often find her trying a new recipe and her favorite aisle in the grocery store is the one marked “International”.
Some of Shanna’s favorite articles include:
Suzanne Wind. Contributor. Suzanne is a mom of three, on a mission to offer families a simple and effective game plan to teach relevant life skills for a modern world. She is an award-winning author of The SMART Playbook , and offers ideas for teaching social skills and manners in this fast-paced, tech-focused society. How do we get our kids back to basics without overwhelming our time? To see more, connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
Some of Suzanne’s favorite articles include:
Julie Reif. Social Media Manager. Julie lives in NYC, the city that never sleeps. She is also the founder of The Blog Bar, a community site for creatives. When she’s not busy designing her line of unique yet slightly gangster tasting cards for Cardrella and Daville, Julie can be found curating her website 8Balloons.Her card line has an online and retail following and her quirky pieces are unlike anything you’ve seen before! You can also find her on Instagram @QuoteJulie .
Some of Julie’s favorite articles include:
Margherita Tonolini. Contributor. Margherita is the Editor and Founder of Edible Imagination, where you will find her crazy kitchen experiments, mostly indulgent sweet recipes with a healthy touch. She’s not on any special diet, however, her recipes often ‘happen to be’ gluten-free/no added sugar/vegan, mainly because she likes to experiment with different flours/sweeteners. Connect with her on Pinterest, Instagram.
Some of Margherita’s posts include:
Melissa Hillier. Contributor. Melissa lives in Florida with her husband and five kiddos. She writes about her family life at jonahbonah. When she isn’t chasing children you can find her behind her sewing machine or her camera. Connect with her on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Some of Melissa’s posts include:
Tracy Cepelak. Wife, mom, photographer and wannabe baker. Nothing makes Tracy happier than hanging out with her family, a good cookie and a gabfest with girlfriends. Tracy has been lucky enough to travel the world with her trusty sidekick (my camera!) and now resides in hot and humid Houston, TX.
Some of Tracy’s favorite Articles :
Angela England. Mother of five living in rural Oklahoma with her husband and children, Angela is the Founder of Untrained Housewife and co-founder of the new Homestead Bloggers Network. She is the author of Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less) (Alpha Books, 2013) and when she gets away from home, it’s usually to speak at a blog conference. She loves empowering others with whatever is the next step on their self-sufficiency journey but calls herself a get-it-done’ist, not a purist. Find her on Twitter at @AngEngland.
Chris McLaughlin. Chris is the mother of four, as well as Sugar Mama to four grand babies. She’s a modern homesteader with a strong focus on home agriculture living on a hobby farm in the Northern California foothills. Chris is the author of six books including her latest A Garden to Dye For (St. Lynn’s Press, 2014), the Homesteading Guide at About.com, and the home agriculture Editor of From Scratch Magazine. She gets vegetable seeds into the hands of her community through her pet project, Mother Lode Seed Library. Find her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.
Kelley Grant. Kelley is a married mother of two preschoolers living in South Texas. When she isn’t chasing around her kiddos, she enjoys baking, blogging, and photography. She is a firm believer that her everyday chaos is messy, beautiful and completely normal. She mixes food and family on her blog, the Grant life, and hopes to encourage moms to love the life they live. She is also obsessed with anchors and avocados.