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Sep 12 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: The Domestic Buzz

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by Thomas Hynes


The Domestic Buzz was founded by Mariana who grew up bouncing back between Austin, Texas and Mexico. These days she is located in the suburbs of DC, where she is a mother and a wife. Not surprisingly, this blog deals with "motherhood, marriage, and everything it entails." As you might have also guessed, the site also reviews family-friendly products. But, this blog is also a lot more. You can expect to read about environmental and political issues right next to a review of Finding Nemo 3D.

The blog really covers a lot of ground. On one post, you can read about how to make butter out of heavy cream. On the next, you can read a report on helping Latino voters make informed decisions in the upcoming elections. On another post, you can read an anniversary tribute to Mariana's husband. And on another post, you can read about the importance of not wasting water. 

I'm guessing The Domestic Buzz started as a blog exclusively about marriage and motherhood and since expanded to cover a whole lot more. Or maybe, the cause of motherhood and marriage extends beyond fleece blankets and recipes. Or maybe it's all connected. Maybe the world at large does actually impact the life at home.

Reader's Comments

Mariana

Thank you for profiling my blog, Thomas! I appreciate it.

http://thedomesticbuzz.com

Posted at 12:47 ET on Sep 14, 2012 by Mariana

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