Over the years I have profiled bloggers from the Northwest Territories to the Fraser Valley, anyone that interests me and that I hope will interest you as well. A few years ago I started asking a standard set of questions and I’ve sent these out to a few local bloggers for this week’s series. Click, share, explore, and enjoy.
Teresa Celentano, Kendall Del Frarri, Kristyl Clark
How long has your blog been around?
We officially launched July 23, 2012, but the concept was born in April while sitting around a patio table partaking in a couple
bottles glasses of wine.
What is your role?
The three of us SATS ladies are the co-founders and writers of the Fraser Valley’s newest lifestyle blog, promoting everything fabulous beyond the cosmopolitan.
What does your site do/what is it about
After a night sitting around discussing the stereotypes of suburbia, such as endless big box stores and minivans, we set out to expose the big city glamour in the Fraser Valley. The goal behind our blog is to not only share these great local hotspots, but to also to create a positive and fun place women can go to read a story or two, share their experiences and leave feeling a little more empowered.
What can people see, read, and do when visiting your site?
It’s all written from the personal perspective of three different women ages 25, 30 and 35, touching on everything from the hottest local businesses and events to domestic violence, eating disorders, marrying an older man, and having endometriosis, just to name a few.
Why do you blog?
We value local business because we want them to succeed so we can continue to enjoy restaurants, boutiques and nightlife in our own backyard. We also use Sex and the Suburb as a platform to give back to our communities and share our stories, no matter how personal or controversial they may be – this is our voice.
What is the ultimate goal for your site, how would you like to see it grow?
Sex and the Suburb aims to increase our readership by becoming an online community for women in the suburbs to interact with others in the Fraser Valley. Our goal is to inspire people of all ages to live their life to the fullest and not worry what other’s think about their choices. Eventually, we would like to write a book featuring inspirational women from our neck of the woods.
Read all entries in my Blogger Profile series and feel free to suggest a blogger for possible feature in the comments of this post.