Content Creators You Will LOVE, Blogs To Follow


In need of inspiration? In need of new bold ideas? I’ve got you, let me introduce you to content creators you will love, blogs to follow while we are all hunkered down.


Hey there! How are you doing? Life has taken quite a turn away from the normal and we find ourselves with time on our hands. Some of us are finally resting after going 90 miles to nothing, some of us have had it with all the rest and NEED to do something productive, some of us need to have options that allow us to be creative without spending big bucks.  Today is a beautiful day to be perusing the good ol’ internet. I can’t wait to introduce you to content creators you should know, blogs to follow.

The content creator community is strong and we want to be here for you. We are walking alongside you, facing the things you are facing. Our hope is to bring you positive support and help you keep the main thing, the main thing – making it through this very tough time.  This idea is the brainchild of a feisty and bold friend, Jenna LaFevor of Rain on a Tin Roof, all the content creators you are about to meet are genuine big-hearted people and I can not wait for you to meet them, so why am I jabbering on? Let’s GO!


Content Creators, you should know, blogs to follow –

Corinna is the author and creator behind The Boho Abode where she loves creating beautiful bohemian interiors designed for living in. She is a free-spirited, nature-loving, eco-friendly products, globally sourced goods admirer, and advocate for fair trade kind of gal. She hopes to inspire others to create change in their life through decorating ideas, life tips, and recipes for a life of wellness.

Check out some of her posts here:

Bohemian Dining Room // Boho Bedroom  // 15 Ways to Enjoy Being at Home // Kid Room Makeover // Gilded Floral Jewelry Hanger Tutorial 


Jenna leads the parade at Rain on a Tin Roof, where flying your freak flag is highly encouraged. She believes each room in your home should be filled with mad personality. You can find a picture of nude Burt Reynolds on a bear rug in her office. She put carpet on a wall in her bedroom, even though 1975 called and asked her not to. She believes black painted walls are always a good option but has never turned her nose up at glorious color either. She’s a live wire. Never expect to know what to expect from her – except the unexpected. She’s clear as mud like that.

Check out some of her posts here:

Bright and Colorful Mudroom // Black and White Dining Room // How to make laminate countertops look like stone // Bathroom Makeover // DIY Louvered Closet Door Makeover


Julia is the designer and founder of Tag & Tibby: a website dedicated to DIY home projects, organization ideas, paint colors, and home-related craft projects. She lives just outside Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband and two tweens. She enjoys inspiring readers to improve their home on a small budget. Her style is eclectic with a blend of vintage, mid-century, modern, and global.

Check out some of her posts here:

Before and After Breakfast Nook // 12 Ideas for a Small Organized Laundry Room // Make this Air Plant Wreath with Seashells // Hide Wires In Your Living Room // Screened Porch on a Budget 


Lora, of Craftivity Designs, seeks to Create a Home that is simple, functional, and beautiful. As a busy mom of 2, she knows that creating a beautiful home isn’t just about looks. Rather, a home is created by the stories of its homeowners and the families who raised them. A home should tell those stories, and be practical for everyday life. Join Lora in Creating a Home that expresses your family’s personality and makes life simpler.

Check out some of her posts here:

Modern Cottage Home Tour // Little Girl Bedroom Ideas // Vintage Laundry Room // German Schmear Brick // Install Granite Backsplash


Jennifer of Dimples and Tangles has always said that her home is her hobby.  She enjoys sharing whatever current project she’s working on with her readers, whether it’s a DIY project, tablescape, room makeover, recipe, travel report, or her latest favorite fashion find.  She finds value in inspiring others to be creative in their own homes and to try new things.  Her style is grounded in traditional elements but livened up with a strong dose of bold color and mixed patterns and she loves to transform thrifted and second-hand pieces to make them her own.  A snapshot of her style in a few words might be: classic, colorful, chinoiserie, preppy, bamboo, gold, green, blue and white, bright, monograms, eclectic, and gathered and her favorite tools of choice are a staple gun, sewing machine, and spray paint!

Check out some of her posts here:

Choose Your Own Adventure // Kids Jack and Jill Bathroom // Summer Home Tour Part 3 // Colorful Life  Spring Home Tour // Colorful Life  Christmas Home Tour

Birdz of a Feather is the nesting place that brings together hands-on DIY home and garden renos, crafts and gluten-free recipes. Sara’s on a mission, along with her husband (her ‘partner in grime’) to encourage you to feather the nest, one room at a time! A few years ago, Sara challenged herself to lead a more sustainable life by reusing items – whether thrifted, repurposed or kicked to the curb – in new and innovative ways. She never turned back. While some people eat tuna for lunch and recycle the tin, she’s dreaming up ways to turn those tins into a swing-out storage tower! Sara’s projects are so ‘fly’, you won’t even remember their humble beginnings! So, in Sara’s words, if you’re ready to ‘get your DIY and craft mojo on’, check out a few of these favorites.

Check out some of her posts here:

Bunny Photo Display – more Icord ideas // Hudson Bay Point Blanket Inspired Upcycle Ikea Hack // DIY Guitar Planter // DIY Staircase Makeover // DIY Phone Booth Upcycle // Blue Jean Planter

Stephanie is the owner and author behind the home and lifestyle website, Casa Watkins Living.  Stephanie loves to create spaces and crafts that are full of color, have a modern bohemian inspiration infused with global flair, and have a plant or two….. or more!  Her appreciation for worldly cultures drives her design and inspires unique spaces that show a global style with respect to the culture.  This creativeholic hopes to inspire you to create spaces and complete DIY projects to make your home the way you’ve always wanted.

Check out some of her posts here:

Modern White Bohemian Kitchen // Scandi-Glam Bedroom Refresh // Painting a DIY Geometric Wall // DIY Painted Otomi Coasters // Artsy Industrial Global Big Boys Room// Global Style DIY Projects

Jennifer Rizzo is a Design/DIY/Lifestyle blogger who also loves also throwing in a bit of crafting and gardening. She believes in decorating your home with a mix of handmade, vintage, upcycled finds, and family heirlooms so your home reflects you. She loves mixing old and new and will paint just about anything. She hopes to inspire you to create your home, and craft your life to design a home you’ll love.

Check out some of her posts here:

Shop Your House Living Room Makeover // Free Abstract Art Printable // Master Bedroom Makeover


Jess is the fearless interior designer & mama behind Jessica Welling Interiors. She loves to create fun, family-friendly spaces on a budget. Her modern, colorful, plant-lovin’ style comes through in everything she does- from letting her kids help draw the faux wallpaper in their bedroom, to stenciling her fireplace tiles.

Check out some of her posts here:

DIY Floating Desk // Outdoor Living Room Reveal // How to Paint a Mural an Inexpensive Wallpaper Alternative // Style Indoor Plants // Beach House Bunkroom // Ikea Home Office Ideas


Nick and Bethany Sy are the creative free-spirits behind DIY/Lifestyle blog, Reality Daydream. They recently purchased a historic mansion and have been documenting the ups and downs of renovation and making this home their own… all while sharing tips and tutorials along the way! When they found themselves in the trenches of infertility, they started a journey that would prove to be their most important DIY project ever, and have 3 beautiful girls to show for it.

Check out some of her posts here:

Living Wall Vertical Planter from Wooden Bowls 



Aren’t they amazing? Aren’t they just full of sunshine?

We just wanted to collectively encourage you during these tough times. We are all walking through this together. You are valuable, You are loved and You are important. Keep your chin up and enjoy being home. I know you have heard it a thousand times but our staying put will help save lives.

Prayers for those on the frontline, thank you for what you are doing. Prayers for those fighting this horrible virus.


See you soon,


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  1. Anytime is a good time to discover new blogs, and honestly, right now is a better time! Thanks for the list, I am off to explore!

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