If I could be a featured blogger on any site or blog it would be ______________.

There are so many sites and blogs out there that have outstanding writing that I'd love to be a part of their genius for just one day. I personally would love to guest blog for Huffington Post and for Cookie magazine. What about you?

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I have a few: Martha Stewart I would even show Martha how to stamp jewelry (she could probably figure it out on her own though) and Real Simple. Great question Jennifer.
Ooh...forgot about Martha Stewart. Yes! That would be a dream come true.
I'd have to go with Design Mom - http://designmom.com/
Yes, she's awesome. I had the opportunity to meet her at a Disney Mom Mixer. If you think her blog is amazing, she's also amazing in person.
You mean if I wasn't scared that the regular blog readers wouldn't like my post? :-) Then probably one of these:

The Style Observer
The McMommy Chronicles
The Fashionable Housewife
Cheaper Then Therapy
Kids and Daiquiris
Mrs. Mogul
Essence.com, Parenting.com and Parents.com would be my ideal.
-Kimberly/Mom in the City
I would love to be featured in Cookie magazine as well. It's becoming my new fav. :)
I would actually love to write on Digital Photography School and SmittenKitchen. :) Martha would nice but only for something to add to my resume. heehehehee

Magazine wise.....Western Horseman, Cookie, Taste of Home, Southern Living
Oh, I didn't read the "site or blog", I just thought of blogs! Hmmm... Clean Eating mag, first off.
Definitely SITS because they reach tons of people and they are AWESOME. Also, would want to do something with Oprah's site since she is the greatest.
The Pioneer Woman or DesignMom

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