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Kymberli “JW Moxie” has a BS in BS, but someone thought it was a good idea to make her responsible for educating adolescents. She does a good impression of an 8th Grade English teacher by day, but by night she’s a gangsta nerd superhero. She wishes she could clone copies of her husband Frank to sell; he is that awesome. Despite J-Dub”s best efforts, their four children (ages 7-11) refuse to be corrupted into doing her evil bidding. Moxie is in love with carbohydrates and in hate with writing bios. She blogs at The Smartness and Tweets @JWMoxie. Word.



Julia Roberts married into the name. In case you didn’t know, (the famous) Julia Roberts will not call your establishment to make her own tire rotation appointment or to argue about her cell phone charges. To make matters worse, this Julia Roberts husband’s name is Julian. They own a marketing firm together. They know. It’s a bit much for them, too. A geneticist’s dream, they produced two cute kids with a rare syndrome that includes a vision disorder and a crazy kidney disease; resulting in weirdly moving eyes and kidney transplants for both at age of 8. She’d like to dispel the myth that they are heroic; they talk about their kids’ poop just like the rest of you mere mortals. She’s a believer in friends (who cook), extended family (who babysit) and an intuitive husband (who brings her diet coke before she even knows she needs one) she’s happily married to, even with her high maintenance kids. Why happily? They have the agreement that the first one who leaves the marriage has to take the kids. Julia speaks to groups on topics about navigating life as a special needs family. She blogs at Kidneys and Eyes and created a social networking site for special needs families, Support for Special Needs with writer/blogger Dawn Friedman. You can find her on twitter as @juliaroberts1.


Linda is a writer/musician with a Peter Pan Petty complex, a guitar toting husband, two boys and pug dependency issues. She’s grateful that the word “snark” has been introduced into the vernacular since people just used to know her as “the chick with the bad attitude”.  She feels strangely akin to Larry David and will criticize your parallel parking abilities to prove it. She blogs at elleroy was here, fronts the Indie Americana band Jehova Waitresses and writes a music column at Funny Not Slutty.  You can also find her on Twitter and Facebook.




Arbine Villanueva-Hoapili is a food geek who is a teensy bit obsessed with baking, blogging (you can find her at My Shiny Life), and Doctor Who. She is currently a stay-at-home mom who enjoys every stress inducing minute of it. Arbine often gets distracted by sparkly things, pretty packaging, and desserts covered in sprinkles. She will never turn down bacon wrapped anything, a nap, a cheeseburger with French fries, a trip to Paris, or watching You’ve Got Mail. Arbine lives in Hawaii with her husband, two sassy bass daughters, and dog.


Kristina is a type-A lunatic and a culinary klutz. She has many opinions, most of them about bread. She’s awesome at setting nachos on fire and drinking beer. This in mind she’s the brains at the food blog OnBlank.com. She dabbles in graphic design, self-help writing, bad poetry and working her husband’s wood. (No really, he’s a fine woodworker. You know, like a carpenter? Sha…buncha perverts.) She live-tweets meltdowns at @onblank and is always trying to keep her cheese from slipping off her cracker.




Julie is a single 30-something that typically writes about the process of a weight loss journey {and subsequent weight gain} at DutchBeingMe. She lives in a small town in Michigan where they celebrate Tulips blooming with Old Dutch music & dancing, elephant ears and even the occasional fireworks display. Julie dreams of living in a big city somewhere, but so far that is unrealized and now she fears becoming the next crazy cat lady featured on the news. The only thing that saves her from that nightmare is that she doesn’t have any cats.  Besides reading about things that inspire, writing the things coming out of her imagination… using ellipses far too often… and her fascination with overusing emoticons, Julie actually finds time to hang out with her two nephews that she spoils a bit and travelling far and wide to conferences meeting the wonderful people found in the glowing box she spends too much time on. Always with her trusty iPhone in hand, Julie can be found tweeting {excessively} at @JulieDutch as well as spending too much time obsessing over where her next Diet Coke is coming from. Oh, and sometimes she posts on Facebook too… when she remembers. ;)