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The 2017 Blogalicious ‘Tribe Up’ Holiday Gift Guide!

In just a few days, Black Friday will be sounding retail alarms everywhere! Luckily for us, our community is filled with sounders who have amazing products and stores, ready for purchase. In this exclusive guide, we’ve included more than 30 gifts for him and her, for the home, and for the culture. Take a dive into this year’s official holiday gift guide presented by Team Blogalicious. And if you find something you’re dying to have, share this guide with your audience. Happy Shopping Supporting!

Trendy Fashion

Entrepreneur is a Lifestyle sweatshirt from Respect the Grind

Reclaiming My Time t-shirt from Essential Tees

Naturally Fit apparel & accessories from Naturally Fine 

Minimalist feminine clothing from Shop Ifill

Handmade Huarache sandals and jewelry from Ix-Style

Pumps, boots & wedges from ShuEsq

Caribbean clothing & accessories from Merch Carnival

Specialty shirts & boots from Steele Divine, Inc.

Accessories & Trinkets

The Anthem Keychain from Pin Living Color

Blessed & Hydrated makeup bag from Shop Slay Culture

CROWN enamel pin from Christa David Art

Afro-Caribbean jewelry for him & her from Baaba’s Jule

Tea is My Love Language mug from Ven & Rose

Laptop decal from DecalDeez 

Phone cases from The Dyna Smiles

Stylish, budget-friendly jewelry from Gold Rush Boutique

Journals, Planners & Books

Whose Shoes 2018 Transformational Planner from Purpose Driven Media

FitPossible Planner & Journal from Fit Fly Fab

Detox the B.S. Journal by Vernetta R. Freeney

Free Your Mind Journal by Be Free Project

Find Your Fierce Book by Nicole Roberts Jones

Galaxy Visionary Journal by Keep Chasing the Stars

Walks of Inspiration photo journal from TP Events

Manifest Your Passion, Power & Perseverance by Lakitia M. Woodard

Skin, Beauty & Hair

Hello Gorgeous Hair Care System from Naturalicious

Liquid Matte lippie from Couture Cosmetics

Matte lipsticks in various colors from Liquid Courage Cosmetics

Makeup for Latinas Holiday collection from Vive Cosmetics (pictured)

Conditioners & cleansers from Koils By Nature 

Bombshell Beauty Box Deluxe Set from Life of a Bombshell Cosmetics

Non-toxic, fast drying nail polish from EA Polish

Plant-based skin care from Zandra Beauty

Health & Wellness

Honey & Sage luxury soy candle from Alikay Naturals

Waist burner belt from Kish Power Fitness

Black Girl Magic workout apparel from Natural Fit Designs

Self-care gift package (2 books, tote bag & sleep serum) from The DocSwiner Store

Joy to the Box from Bawdy Bookworms

Happy shopping, family. Be sure to follow these awesome brands on social media and join their newsletters. The sales don’t stop!

On Dove: Expect More, Expect Better

This past weekend had us in a collective state of WTF? We were shocked, angry and hurt. Here’s why: over the last several years, we’ve seen the Dove brand working diligently to break barriers when it comes to redefining standards of beauty. We were excited about how they were celebrating women of all shapes, sizes, and colors and being forceful and forthright about representing all of us in the media.

We paid special attention to how Dove supported our blogging communities – whether with We All Grow Latina or Mom 2.0 or Blogalicious and more, the Dove partnerships have been thoughtful and genuine and those qualities have shone through. When we work with them, we always feel that they are coming from a place of respect and collaboration, and that has made them a trusted partner over the years.

So when we heard about the 3-second GIF that appeared on Facebook, we definitely felt like we were hit with a ton of bricks. It just so happened that the news broke while we were wrapping our 9th annual conference. That meant we were all in a room together! The feeling of disappointment and confusion was palpable – I said to the group of women bloggers of color that I was standing with: “I’m going to get to the bottom of this.”

Before I had a chance to reach out to Dove, I was pleasantly surprised to find that they had already reached out to me. This made a lot of sense; this is the Dove that I know and respect. We hopped on the phone yesterday morning – their entire team with Pamela King and me. And, the first words out of their mouths were: “We are deeply, deeply sorry.” There were no excuses or corporate ‘splaining – just a promise that an action plan was being developed to ensure that something so offensive would not happen again. The Dove team that has worked on several influencer campaigns and conference sponsorship activations with the Blogalicious community are all women of color – and they were clearly upset and offended by the ad. They assured us that the entire brand accepts full responsibility for the offense and that management at the highest level is involved to make things right.


On Sunday, during our closing Fireside Chat at the conference, Amber Wright asked me how leading with my heart has shaped how I do business. In this case, it’s made me consider the fullness of the issue for all parties involved. As my husband always reminds me: “Taller trees experience stronger winds.” Because Dove has made the conscious decision to be a warrior in the fight for positive and diverse representation in retail and the media, they are treading in waters that can be very dangerous if not handled with the utmost care. They also have pushed us to expect more from them. To expect betterThis is a good thing. If this incident causes them to tighten up their internal processes, globally, hopefully, that standard that will become the norm across all major brands.

As we wait for the specifics of their action plan, let’s continue to expect more and expect better. To use our voices and our platforms to call foul when we see it, and to speak our truths. While we have a ball connecting and collaborating and lifting each other up in-person and online, let’s never forget that our Blogalicious Mission is 3-fold.

Serving as “a think tank and mouthpiece for causes, policies, and issues affecting the multicultural digital space,” means that Blogalicious will continue to seek out answers from and forge partnerships with the people that are making a difference. It may get a little messy at times, but that’s what it means to be on the front lines.

Read their updated statement HERE.


— Stacey Ferguson, CEO & Co-Founder of Blogalicious and Founder of Justice Fergie Lifestyle Media

Heartfelt Messages On Why Tribes Are Important


Finding your tribe can be vital to your success as an entrepreneur or influencer. It can be the thing that elevates you from working hard by yourself to working hard with other creatives and professionals in higher places. Your tribe will serve as your sounding board, support system, and beta testers for all things work and life. Within the Blogalicious network, these are things that we experience on a regular basis. Though we can speak freely about the benefits of having (multiple) tribes, there are many people without a tribe of their own.

Our conference this year, as you know, will focus on this topic and hopefully be paramount in your tribe building journey. We’ve put hundreds of hours into cultivating a space for you to do this and more. What’s great about our network is they believe the same manifesto – that tribes are important to almost every aspect of our lives.

In this post, we’re sharing heartfelt messages from movers and shakers within our community on why tribes are important. Write down your favorite messages and share them with us on social media.


7 heartfelt messages on why tribes are important


  1. Tribe= A group with a shared sense of purpose that celebrates each other’s successes, supports each other’s dreams and encourages each other during challenging times. The tribe is non-judgemental and provides a safe space to be vulnerable and to grow. – Dr. Jamie Hardy
  2. Tribes are the lifeblood of our lives, whether connected by blood or common interest, we need our tribes to survive and most importantly, to thrive. Without my connections of other women and my family and friends, I would wither. Tribes give us the fortitude to deal with the hard edges of life. – Michelle Talbert
  3. In order to #TribeUp and elevate to the next level within our business, brand, and blog, it takes a #Tribe. We are born into the world, alone, but it takes a #Tribe of support, collaboration, and a whole lot of positive energy, in order for us to authentically be our best “selves”. Having sisterpreneurs in blogging and business who support our goals and mission, is what we all need to be successful! – Patrice Tartt
  4. There’s a popular Jamaican proverb that says “One han cyaa clap” (One hand can’t clap). Which means You need to work with others to achieve a common goal, you can’t do it alone. Growth and success does not happen in isolation – other people are part of our growth and success. Being part of a tribe, especially with my fellow Caribbean Content Creators means that we recognize that together we can build a stronger community, support system so that we can make a greater impact on the niched audience we serve. – Kerry & Reid Brown
  5. Long ago, women would go to the riverbed and wash and dry clothes on the rocks. The women who joined her, were her confidants, her tribe. The same is true today – only we meet up via text, via social media or better yet, IRL. – Danica Kombol
  6. Tribes are necessary like eating. Tribes are the fuel that pushes the human race forward. Where we live, our work and our hobbies are defined by our tribes that represent our activities and attitudes. Our value is based on the value we bring to others in the tribe, or by how large a tribe we can create. – Jay Jackson
  7. I personally wouldn’t be anywhere with out my tribe. Tribes cheer you on on the good days and support you when the world feels like it’s crashing down around you. – Andrea Corson

Are tribes important to you? Tell us why below or on social media.

Blogalicious is Proud to Present the Perfect Pitch V Event sponsored by Wells Fargo #Blogalicious9


Calling all Small Business owners: Blogalicious is back with the fifth edition of The Perfect Pitch contest, providing the small business owners with an opportunity to pitch their business ideas in the big leagues!! Not only is the $5,000 cash prize at the end of the rainbow a major incentive,but you’ll also be able to craft a pitch, business plan summary and case study. Feedback from the accomplished judges’ panel is icing on the cake. Think about the information and advice that you’ll be able to take back and use to better your brand.

Ok! Ok! I’m sold! What do I need to know?

We’re glad you asked :-) Here goes!

The Perfect Pitch V
Small Business Pitch Event

Saturday, October 7th @ 10am

Pitch your business to our expert panel of judges for a chance to win $5,000

Contest Eligibility: No more than five years in business. View Official Contest Rules Here.

Submission Criteria:

  1. One-minute video introduction (published to You Tube)
  2. Business plan overview (PDF)
  3. Case study of a successful project (PDF)
  4. Headshot and bio to be provided with the submission (Hi-Res)

Submissions will be accepted via email to: and your contest entry should contain a link to the video on YouTube, a business plan, a case study,  and your bio and headshot. Please ensure consistency in naming across all files: business name_first and last name. (ex: Blogalicious_Stacey Ferguson)

Submission Due Date: Friday, August 25th @ 11:59PM

Submissions will be judged by our expert panelists/judges based on the following:

 20% Originality of Business Concept

o  Demonstrate that you have a unique and innovative business concept that differentiates you from other businesses

 60% Business Pitch

o  Clear articulation of your business plan and model

o  Clear explanation of financials

o  Concise explanation on why your business should be selected

 20% Package Quality

o  Submission is visually appealing and creative

o  Demonstrates professionalism

Scoring Guidelines:
Submissions will be rated in each category on a five point scale.

Finalist Selection:
Three finalists will be selected based on highest cumulative scores as determined by the scoring process. Blogalicious will notify both the finalists, and those not selected, via email on Monday, September 25th.

Click here for official contest rules

Ready? Set? Gooooo!

Kim Hawk on Women In Travel Summit: ‘Create Your Own Path to Entrepreneurship’

Blogalicious was a proud media partner for this year’s Women in Travel Summit. That partnership spawned a content that travel blogger and entrepreneur Kim Hawk won. Kim is the founder and editor-in-chief of Work Hard Travel Well, a blog and digital resource designed to help entrepreneurs, creatives and aspiring bossed build an empire and travel the world at the same time. 

It goes without saying that Kim had an amazing time at WITS! Here’s a snippet from her time at the summit:

“This year I had the wonderful pleasure of attending the Women in Travel Summit in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Women In Travel Summit (WITS) connects travel influencers and travel industry members. The summit is filled with events and sessions that provide influencers and bloggers with tools to increase digital presence and achieve business goals. The summit was brought to my attention from a contest announcement email from the online community, Blogalicious, who was also a 2017 WITS sponsor. Blogalicious is a digital community that elevates women multicultural social media influencers, creatives, and entrepreneurs. Blogalicious also has an annual conference that connects social media influencers, leading brands and industry leaders. This year it is in Miami on October 5th-8th.

“It is good to attend a conference related to your field and audience because it will help you learn how to best monetize your blog and content, connect and build friendships with other bloggers and get the word out about your blog, product or projects. As a blogger and social media influencer, you can never learn enough. Technology and best practices constantly change. Here are 5 things I learned from the 2017 Women in Travel Summit (#Wits17).”

We know — this is a tease! Kim shared some amazing tips. To get the full article, read it here.

Congratulations on your win again, Kim. A special thank you to Women in Travel Summit.

New Book Alert :: “My Brown Baby: On the Joys and Challenges Of Raising African American Children”

This post contains affiliate links.

Y’ALL! Here. We. Go. Denene Millner’s ( new black parenting book, “My Brown Baby: On the Joys and Challenges of Raising African American Children” is fresh off the press and arrived at bookstores and online retailers last week.  “My Brown Baby” is currently available in paperback and eBook form.

MyBrownBaby_Denene Millner Cover Image

Denene, a long time friend of Blogalicious, graciously allowed us to preview an excerpt from her book.

Read below:

Raising 14-Year-Olds Ain’t For Punks: Learning How To Let My Baby Spread Her Wings & Fly

She started high school last week—left this house in a ball of nerves and excitement and fear and delight, curious about this new, independent path she was about to walk, sans her mother’s hand to squeeze during the scary parts.

I offered to make her an omelet. She wasn’t hungry. I plotted to drive her two blocks to the bus stop. Her father told her to walk, and he parked a block away, in case her ride didn’t show up. She did let me take a picture of her dressed in her first-day-of school outfit, a custom we’ve practiced every year since her first day of school at age two. For this small piece of ritual, I am grateful. I stared at her picture through tear-filled eyes for at least an hour.

It’s so cliché, that whole “where did the time go—it feels like she was born just yesterday” thing. Still, the feeling is visceral. True. And really, it’s starting to sink in that the sweet little ball of chocolate I carried in my belly and pushed through my loins and fell totally, helplessly, eternally in love with all those years ago is a baby no more.

My firstborn child, my Mari, is 14.

There’s so much that comes with this age, things that make all the other milestones we parents tend to fret over—sitting up, first words, first steps, potty training, dry nights, first day of kindergarten, first lost tooth and all of that—feel trivial. After all, when they are little, they are dependent and vulnerable and our jobs as parents, as my mother once told me, is to “keep the kids from killing their fool selves.” We grown-ups are in total control. We know it. The children know it. There is no pushback. It is what it is.

But, my God, how those dynamics change when our babies mature and those hormones are in full effect and they start smelling themselves and get behind the wheel of their own thoughts and emotions and desires and… pull away. My Mari has her own ideas on how she wants to dress, what she wants to listen to and watch, how she feels about the world around her and how she wants that world to really see her. My once sweet and helpful and bubbly child has morphed into straight lines and sharp edges, with an attitude and opinions and a fierce hunger for independence—the kind that comes with a challenging of rules and a demand for self-sufficiency and a smidge, too, of secrecy.

I remember 14 and I (try to) understand—(try to) acknowledge that she has the right to like what she likes (within reason) and think how she thinks (with logic and evidence to back it up) and feel what she feels and that those likes and thoughts and feelings may not necessarily sync with mine and this is okay. As she evolves, so, too, do I.

So I loosen my grip. Just a little. Enough to let her wings flutter. For her to make her choices—in clothing, in friends, in the things that interest her. She can walk across the street from school to the Starbucks and the Earth won’t stop its rotational spin. She can talk to her best friend on FaceTime until midnight on a Friday and let out that primal teenage girl squeal when a Mindless Behavior video comes on TV and ignore her little sister and, for hours at a time, answer questions with one-word mumbles and the sun will still rise in the morning. She can choose the blue shirt instead of the green, wear the stretch jeans, purple shirt and sneakers instead of the hip pink dress and sensible flats, and rock her hair cascading on her shoulders instead of the gorgeous top-knot I think shows off her beautiful face, and she will still be… mine.

Still, allowing this feels like she’s taken one of my lungs. She’s learning to live. I can barely breathe knowing that while I am still a part of the equation she uses to factor how to legislate her space in this world, I am no longer the absolute in my 14-year-old’s math.

So this is where trust comes in. Not only in my daughter but my own parenting skills. My husband and I have done our best to steer our daughter down the right path—our family path. We have reminded and still do remind her constantly that the world is bigger than our little corner of Georgia, that a hairstyle or a stupid, ratchet reality TV show doesn’t define her or her blackness, that the price of her shoes or the label in her shirt is no measurement of her worth, that books and art and culture are as necessary as air and the only time she should ever stop learning and challenging herself is when she is gone from this Earth. And as she navigates high school, this new terrain of peer pressure and hormones and boys and no-nonsense teachers, I want—really need—my Mari to know that she has a voice and opinions and feelings and an experience that is valuable and important and true. And that she has the right to use them. To have them heard. Respected.

Silence is not an option.

This is all to say that raising a 14-year-old ain’t for punks. It’s when parenting gets real. I face the challenge head on, knowing that my one-on-one time with my daughter will be cut short in just four years, when she heads off to college. I accept the challenge, too, because I am hopelessly, helplessly in love with her.

This will be so until dolphins fly and parrots swim the sea.

Always.      — August 2013


Loved what you’ve read so far? Go ahead and purchase your copy here:

If you’ve already purchased your book, let Denene know! She’d love to hear from her Blogalicious Family:

Click to Tweet:
I’m celebrating brown babies today with @MyBrownBaby and her new #MyBrownBaby parenting book!

DENENE MILLNER is the New York Times bestselling author of 27 books, including books co-written with Taraji Henson and Charlie Wilson. She also is the editor of “Raising 14-Year-Olds Ain’t For Punks: Learning How To Let My Baby Spread Her Wings & Fly” is an excerpt from her new parenting book, “My Brown Baby: On the Joys and Challenges Of Raising African American Children.” Purchase her book here.





The 2016 ‘Content Is A Gift’ Guide

Today is Black Friday, so all we can think about are deals, discounts, and must-have products. With last year’s Gift Your Empire being a success, it was only fair that we upped the ante with our 2016 Content Is A Gift guide. In this quick and easy guide, you’ll find deals on fashion and accessories, decor for your home and office, new planners to #GetYourLife, and so much more. As always, we’ve got your back.


Art, Lifestyle, Decor


Fine Art (& enamel pins) for Everyone from Christa David

LIT wrapping paper from Fetti Wrap

Crystals, sage & candles from Homegirl Por Vida

Mystery gift bags from Bawdy Bookworms


Fashion & Accessories

Checks or It Didn’t Happen t-shirts from the B Store

New tees & sweatshirts 15% off from Shop Slay Culture

15% off trendy tees from Shirts for Sirens

Because, Kids tee from Tired as a Mother

Glam tees from Naturally Glam

Feel good t-shirts from Love Always YJE

Beans, Greens, You Name It tee from MESS in a Bottle (Winner of Perfect Pitch IV contest)

25% off Faith-inspired apparel from Ven & Rose


Hair, Skin & Beauty


Beard oil (& so much more) from Koils by Nature

All the natural hair products from Naturalicious

Arrayed liquid matte lipsticks from Liquid Courage Cosmetics


Planners & Books


The New & Improved Visionary Journal from Keep Chasing the Stars

From Entrepreneur to CEO, by Shahara Wright Esq.

I’m Judging You by Luvvie Ajayi

The Official #Blogalicious8 Coloring Book sold here


Services + Courses + Workshops


Blogalicious Small Business Weekend Bundle Sale HERE! (Get your 2017 conference pass, the #Blogalicious8 t-shirt & coloring book!)

Create Your Keynote (private coaching) with Amber Wright

Holiday Copyright Law Bundle from Hughly Smith Law

Dope DIY design services from Roseredd Etc.

Happy Shopping, Blogalicious family!


6 Bloggers Share Why They’re Excited About #Blogalicious8


We’ve used the word ‘excited’ so many times to describe our feelings toward #Blogalicious8 that its become cliched at this point. We’ve shared the shimmy on all our sponsors, upcoming sessions, day parties, and so much more. Instead of rehashing what’s already been said, we chose to rely on our community to learn firsthand why their excitement persists. See why 6 bloggers can’t wait to pull up to #Blogalicious8 in Atlanta, Georgia in 2 days.


6 Bloggers Share Why They’re Excited About #Blogalicious8

profile-pic“Blogalicious is the very FIRST blogging conference that I ever attended back in 2013.  At that time I was new to professional blogging.  It was at that conference that I got my very first paid opportunity and it has been uphill ever since. Now I have my own brand! I haven’t missed a Blogalicious conference since that day. Each experience that I have had at these conferences has been positive and uplifting. There is tremendous sisterhood and fellowship and I wouldn’t miss it for the world.  I cannot wait to connect (and reconnect) with likeminded people.”

Stacey Taylor

Professional blogger and Social Media consultant





“I’m excited because this is the first conference where I feel like I’ve found my true voice. I’m comfortable being me now, and I know the information I receive at Blogalicious will enhance my skills versus define my skills. When you’re new to the blog world, you can let too much information stifle your true self. I feel like now the sky is truly the limit to what I can learn at Blogalicious because I finally realized the only person I’m competing with is “me.”

“I’m ready to collaborate and learn from some amazing voices. Let’s all win together. Plus, I’m part of the Social Squad, so I can’t wait to serve and help my fellow “Blogging Queens & Kings”.

Pamela Davis





“After attending Stacey Ferguson’s Rock Star Retreat there was no other choice for me but to make sure I did not miss #Blogalicious8! I thought that transitioning from traditional media to #newmedia would either dilute and devalue my brand or that the blog world didn’t have a place for me. That it wasn’t the kind of exposure I was looking for, what do they know that I don’t know? And now I just can’t enough of the opportunities for growth and the new ways to connect and identify with my audience. Since the launch of my new blog, the support from the Blogalicious Community has been fabulous! Knowing that what I do and what I offer is valuable professionally, financially and emotionally. An entire industry, an entirely new audience to reach out to, share with, grow with and be inspired by.” 
Jorge Alvarado
@iamofficiallyjorge – Instagram
@jorgeisofficial – Twitter

“I am beyond thrilled and blessed beyond measure that I am registered for #Blogalicious8. I claimed this awesome conference last year after three years of blogging, praying for a breakthrough, and standing firmly and boldly on my faith.
The blessing of #Blogalicious8 is that the amazing team brought this spectacular opportunity back to Atlanta. As a wife, mother, blogger, and mompreneur I have to schedule my time wisely, and when I  make a commitment to anything in my life it is a family effort, so Atlanta fit perfectly since I am a recent  transplant to the Peach State from Michigan. Last but never least, this is my absolute first blogging conference! I am humbled, honored, and ready to take my blog to the next level, meet like-minded smart people, network and collaborate with new kindred spirits and just have a blast at #Blogalicious8!”
Toiia L. Rukuni MA
Pinterest Marketing Strategy Coach
Mommy Lifestyle Blogger

quianaagbaipic“Blogalicious 2016 will be my 5th time attending and 2nd time speaking. It was the 2nd blogging conference I ever attended, and I was instantly hooked because it felt like family. To see so many of my favorite bloggers in one place while being in a top-notch learning environment has made it a MUST-attend event for me annually. My family has even got in on it! My husband attended my first Blogalicious with me in Las Vegas in 2012, we made a family trip out of it when it was in San Antonio in 2014 when I first spoke and next week in Atlanta my 2-year-old son will be joining me. I attend a lot of conferences but when bloggers ask me if they can only attend one which it should be it’s an easy answer: Blogalicious!” 

Quiana Agbai





leanne-fairweather“My first year attending Blogalicious in 2013 I was a newbie to networking. After participating in the workshops and sessions I gained the confidence to introduce myself, talk about my platform, and learn how to market my brand. Using social media helps me express my interests and stay connected with industry tastemakers. Online is where I can communicate with thought leaders, share my own voice, and create the best version of me. Thanks Blogalicious for recognizing my accomplishments in the digital landscape.”

LeAnne Fairweather







We couldn’t have said it any better ourselves. #Blogalicious8 is the conference to attend this year and we truly hope to see you there!

Register for Blogalicious Weekend While We Still Have Tickets!

What’s New? The Lifetime Movie Club! #client
Do you remember being home all day watching movies on Lifetime? Blogalicious is proud to be working with Lifetime Movie Club to share their new app that allows viewers to watch Lifetime movies anytime; plus they add new movies every day.
If you love Lifetime movies, you’ll love Lifetime Movie Club! There are no commercials or hidden fees — just the movies you love, ready to stream anytime you need a fix. You’ll get access to a great selection of Lifetime movies on your iPad, iPhone, Android device, or Roku Player. Monthly and annual subscription options are available.
So, what are you waiting for? Start your free 7-day trial to enjoy themed playlists and a wide variety of genres to choose from. Plus, new movies are added to the viewing library every day. So kick off your shoes and get comfortable with Lifetime Movie Club.

See what some of our Influencers had to say about Lifetime Movie Club:

In ‘My Kid Has the Easiest Halloween Costume Ever‘, Brittany of Clumps of Mascara writes, “Seriously? Gabby Douglas? That’s it? EB has been hooked on Gabby Douglas for over a year now because she watches Lifetime’s The Gabby Douglas Story every week. The 2016 Summer Olympics had her cheering for Gabby even more but really it’s the movie that she can’t get enough of and she literally watches it on repeat thanks to the Lifetime Movie Club.”

Candice from Naturally Stellar isn’t a “traditional TV watcher” but when she does watch TV, it’s commercial-free, thanks to Lifetime Movie Club. “So whether you are curled up on the couch with a glass of wine, riding in an Uber or killing time waiting for a flight, you can stream your favorite Lifetime Movies, anywhere commercial free. You can sign up for a monthly subscription or become an annual subbie.  Watch themed playlists or, however, you like. Plus, new movies are added daily.”

And finally, Arkeedah shares 4 clear cut reasons why Lifetime Movie Club is “in”.

  1. Movies are commercial FREE!!!! (YEEESSSSS)
  2. You can watch movies at anytime.
  3. A NEW movie is added every day!
  4. You can get a FREE 7-day trial

Get your exclusive FREE 7 day trial here!

Which movie will you watch first?

Lifetime Movie Club is a client of Blogalicious. 

[Announcement]: And The Winner of the Who’s That Girl Contest Is?

Remember we announced our Who’s That Girl? contest in May? We needed you to help us name the mysterious woman in the Blogalicious logo, because after all, she’s been down with us the longest. That feat alone deserves a naming ceremony.

The rules stated that whoever came up with the best name for our mystery woman would win a complimentary two-night hotel stay at the Grand Hyatt hotel during Blogalicious Weekend. After months of deliberation, Team Blogalicious came together and chose the Who’s That Girl? contest winner. (P.S. thanks to all of you who participated in our final poll in the Social Suite.)

*drum roll, please*

And the winner is……Sommar Theodore!


You might know her online as @andinsommary. From Team Blogalicious, Sommar, we’re so excited to meet you at #Blogalicious8 and hope you have an amazing time! Thank you for your very cool name submission: Lady B!


Show her some love, guys.

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