Ten women from the Midlands region have been selected as our featured bloggers for the Every Woman Blog! The women bloggers were identified through a contest sponsored by our organization where women were encouraged to visit Lexington Medical Center’s Facebook page and post a written narrative explaining why they would be a great blogger.
Meet the winning women bloggers:
Jordan is a wife, adoptive mother, and infant loss survivor. She is passionate about encouraging and empowering other women through difficult circumstances in life.
Angie is a single mom to 3 kids. She recently moved to the Midlands and will write about the good and the bad, the funny and the mundane, and the little things that get her through each day.
Sydney is already an experienced blogger. She loves fashion and design, and even makes her own jewelry.
Stacy’s motto, “I’ll never say no,” has led her to excursions on all seven continents. As a proud long-time resident of Lexington County, Stacy loves her USC Gamecocks!
After working full time for 38 years, Jeanne is in the process of retiring and establishing a new identity. Like many women, she is excited – yet nervous – about embracing a new stage in life.
Azure manages to find the humor in any situation. She’ll write about parenting, crafting, and mental health issues.
Ashley will write about life as a working mom, what it’s like to raise toddlers, tips for vacationing on a budget, and fun DIY projects.
Chaunte is a seminarian who enjoys spending time with girlfriends and taking spur-of-the-moment trips.
Shannon Elizabeth Boatwright
A mother, teacher and lover of the Arts, Shannon is driven by a passion for inspiring others. She loves to share and create opportunities for others to be entertained, moved and motivated.
Mary Pat Baldauf
Mary loves sharing her experiences as a woman striving to improve her life through exercise and healthier eating.
A working mother and wife in a male-dominated computer-related profession, Katie loves connecting with people. As a breast cancer survivor, she is dedicated to raising awareness and bringing women together to fight this disease.