All about Beth Ann, Real Life and Reading Lists
Social Media friends are a wonderful source of fun, entertainment, and inspiration. One of my first blogger BFF’s was Beth Ann Chiles. You can find her on Facebook Twitter Pinterest, she’s probably on some other cools sites, too, but the best place to find her is on her blog, It’s Just Life
Beth Ann has a full life. She blogs Monday through Friday and I look forward to each post. Tuesday is Teapot Tuesday, and Wednesday is Wordless Wednesday, and the other three days are crammed full of Beth Ann’s active and exuberant activities.
She ranges from family and friends to food, travel, public gardens, then on to cats, bears and mayflies. One week she will treat you to tales of lighthouses, shops and decorations and the next week we will enjoy her thoughts on marriage, birthdays and positive living.
Beth Ann told me that she started the blog when she and her husband moved to Australia for a year. She thought it would be a good way to both record this memorable experience and help her stay in touch with friends and family. That was back in 2008 and she is still writing with flair. That’s a lot of wonderful life!
One of many amazing things that she does is that she features Comments for a Cause. Every month she carefully chooses a non-profit organization to support. She and her husband donate 50 cents for every comment on her blog to her organization of the month. Isn’t that great?! One of her favorite works to support is the Little Free Library organization. Beth Ann recently set up her own official Little Free Library near where she lives.
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