Guest Post at Mint Design

by Julie on March 8, 2011

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Ohhh…. I’m excited to be back in the land of design folks with a guest post on Mint, today where I feel so comfortable, since that’s the field I’ve been in for the last 19 years!  My new passion for inspiring a healthy lifestyle here on Alkaline Sisters couldn’t be more exciting but I do love that I have this personal connection and interest for saavy design blogs like Mint as they inspire me to incorporate more design and styling elements into my posts for you, making them more enjoyable to peruse and more fun for me to put together.  Take a peek and see what I mean and do give the Carrot, Jicama & Sweet Pepper Slaw a try, you’ll want to make it everyday!  Now go….say Hi to Ellie on Mint.  I’ll be back later this week:)

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Iris March 8, 2011 at 12:48 pm

Hi Julie, I am a fellow BYW-student and I just wanted to say your blog really makes me hungry! What a mouthwatering pictures and original recipes. Cooking is, next to interiors, my other passion, and it is great to find new blogs like yours through the BYW course.
Looking forward to seeing more from you.
Love, Iris

Jennifer March 10, 2011 at 1:46 pm

Lovely! This looks so fresh and colourful! I’m popping over to Mint right now…

admin March 11, 2011 at 10:57 pm

Iris, welcome and thank you. So glad you stopped in from BYW, it’s a great course. Holly and Leslie really inspired me to make this blog happen and I am loving it. Enjoy the course and see you in class!

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