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Smart Creative Women: Video Interview!

Hi friends! I am back from my week-long beach vacation, feeling fully mellowed out (and yes, wishing I could have stayed another week!), but also happy to be back in my cozy home. I missed our chickens frolicking in the backyard, our kitty, and all of the little comforts that feel just right. I was expecting to pop in here a few times last week, but the wifi was down at the beach house, so I ended up having a much-needed complete break from looking at screens, checking email, and all of that. It was so refreshing! I’ll share more about our travels later this week, but for now I have something fun and a little different to share. A little while back my blogging friend Monica Lee came over to do a video interview with me for her site Smart Creative Women, and now it’s up!

Click here to watch the episode!

In the episode we chat about how I grew my blog, began freelance writing, thoughts on juggling motherhood with work (and no childcare!), the awesomeness of meeting blog friends in real life, why we should bring back the blogroll, and more. To be honest, it feels super embarrassing to me to watch myself on video like this – definitely pushing my comfort zone! But, I hope you enjoy it. :) And be sure to visit Smart Creative Women for more interviews with some truly a-mazing ladies like Amy Butler, Liz Stanley, and many, many more. xo Laura

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  • Melissa Allam August 27, 2012, 11:31 am

    You look great Laura and it was nice to hear your voice in person. I enjoyed watching the interview.
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  • Cheyenne August 27, 2012, 2:35 pm

    I agree, sometimes it’s so awkward to hear or see yourself but, I LOVED the interview! It’s so inspiring to hear about how you are pursuing your creative passion and making it work for your family too :)
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  • Anne August 27, 2012, 6:08 pm

    A really interesting interview. Very thoughtful and educational. So much goes into creating a design blog like Lolalina. I was very impressed.

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