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Mireille of City Peach

Mireille of City Peach

What’s your blog name?

City Peach

Where did the name come from?

Where do you live?

Atlanta, Georgia

Tell us more about you and your blog?

City Peach is about living a stylish motherhood in every form. I hope to inspire outfit ideas, coach on wardrobing, what to invest in and why, and where to find it all. I mix high end with bargain finds, emphasize the art of layering, and proving that it’s possible to look chic on any budget. I started City Peach as a Georgia peach living in New York City, then continued it as I moved back to Georgia and became a mother, not wanting to lose myself or my style in the process.

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

  1. Put yourself out there in every way possible.
  2. I would have attended all workshops and events possible early on, instead of just kind of figuring it out on my own.
  3. The balance between all social media channels. I focused on Instagram for so long and never utilized Pinterest, when Pinterest is a huge asset!

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

My highlight is all the people I have met along the way. I have met some of my closest friends of like-minded, strong, driven, amazing women that I otherwise wouldn’t even know!

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

I make sure I have check lists short-term and long-term, every little thought or idea is written out. Plus, making sure I maximize my work day while my kids are at school so I can truly be present on nights and weekends.

Instagram or Twitter?


What is your guilty pleasure?

Getting a coffee or bubble tea and shopping at the mall – alone!

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

Mascara. I rarely like to be seen without it!

What’s your most memorable trip or vacation?

This past fall I attended NYFW. It meant more to me than just a trip. I had left NYC from living there a few years a little lost and fresh out of a bad relationship, telling myself I would return in a better place emotionally and career wise. Going up to NYC with fellow bloggers and new friends that I barely knew, for a career that I grew from the ground up. It meant everything to me because I accomplished exactly what I set out to do, in one of the most meaningful places. I saw the city with new eyes and a different perspective on life.

Coffee or tea?


What’s been your favorite part of being a member of The Blog Societies?

I remember when first starting my blog, one of my goals was to grow it to be accepted into TBS (Southern Blog Society at the time). I wanted to be a part of women who were doing the same thing as I was business wise and thought the same way, yet with different content. In joining, I met a whole network of people and know that I can have an immediate friend in them no matter where they live or what they do.

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