A First For The Blog: Guest Posts!

This week I’m excited to announce a first for Victoria’s Ramblings: guests posts! The ladies you’ll be hearing from this week are friends of mine from college and – as you have gathered – fellow bloggers. Over the past few months I have really been wanting to build this community of fellow ramblers. I thought a wonderful way to do just that would be through introducing you all to a few of my writing buddies. 

Enjoy! (And if you would like to be a guest poster, just leave a comment and we’ll talk!)

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Contemplations of a Daughter

Bek blogs at The Contemplations of a Daughter and on her site you can find thoughts on “relationships, work challenges, fun adventures, crazy beginner craft attempts, and many, many laughs.” She’s got this crazy amazing energy and a really fun writing style. Also, Bek is your go-to-gal for linkups. She even did two linkups in one month – if you ask me, that’s pretty insane! She’s going to be bringing a creative non-fiction post to you on Tuesday.


Catherine 30 and Beyond

Catherine blogs at 30 and Beyond. Her writing is more contemplative and she brings a quiet sense of reflection to her pieces. Catherine has been walking through a very difficult season of life the past few months, as her mother was diagnosed with incurable cancer. Read her reflections on the subject here (and, while you’re there, won’t you leave her some encouragement?)




  1. Bek on March 24, 2014 at 11:22 am

    So excited for this! We’ll have to do a blog swap one of these days 🙂

    • Victoria on March 25, 2014 at 7:10 am

      O yeah that’d be fun!!!! 🙂 I’ll let you plan that one and let me know! Thanks again for being my guest, love your post!

  2. Catherine on March 24, 2014 at 11:48 am

    I’m honored that you asked me! Looking forward to Rebekah’s post. 🙂

    • Victoria on March 25, 2014 at 7:10 am

      I am honored you said yes! Can’t wait to share your words on Friday 🙂

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