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Casey of The Everyday Exchange

What’s your blog name?

The Everyday Exchange

Where do you live?

Atlanta, Georgia

Tell us more about you and your blog

I’m just an everyday girl who happens to be a wife and a mom of one active little boy and a brand new baby girl. I love Jesus, coffee & wine, mexican food (cheese dip, anyone?) and a good girls night out. I’ve lived from coast to coast over the years but have been adopted by the warm and wonderful South and call Atlanta my home.

I’ve always loved being a source for friends and family who ask “where did you get that top?” or “what foundation do you use?” or “what should I pack for my trip to Italy?” These are things I love – travel, style & making an already busy and chaotic life easier one GOOD recommendation at a time.

What people don’t realize about blogging is…

     How much work goes into it all

What are 3 things you wish you knew about blogging before you started?

  1. How addicting it is! I love creating a space for all the things I love and want to share! 
  2. How time-consuming it is. It truly is a ton of work and I wish I could devote more time to it.
  3. I was surprised to see just how many people do this for a living!

What’s been your most memorable moment as a blogger?

I just received a braiser from Le Creuset. A brand I admire and have been collecting their pieces for years. It was an honor to work with them!

Give us your best tip for maintaining a blog work/life balance

I wish I could give you a good answer to this. The truth is, in my current stage of life with a 4 year old and 7 month old I just do what I can when I can.

Instagram or Twitter?

Instagram

Books or Podcasts? Tell us your favorite.

Audio books! When Life Gives You Lululemons is my current fave.

Coffee or tea?

Coffee

What is your guilty pleasure?

Netflix binging (naturally).

What’s one product you can’t live without?

Mascara

Who do you love to follow on social media?

Living with Landyn

What’s been your favorite post you’ve worked on?

How to Raise Confident Kids. I love being a mom and using my experience to help others. 

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