I’m the Humor Columnist at Generation Fabulous

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It’s official! I’m the humor columnist at Generation Fabulous!! I’m excited to be part of a team of terrific women like Sharon Greenthal, Chloe Jeffreys, and Anne Parris. Read more about how they got started at http://generationfabulous.com/generation-fabulous/

I also want to introduce you to my four new friends, Shannon Bradley-Colleary, Pamela Lutrell, Jennifer Wagner, and Susan Williams.They each bring a different skill to Generation Fabulous, including information about sex, women’s issues, food and technology.

Introducing Five Columnists

Stacey GustafsonStacey Gustafson is a freelance writer, artist, blogger and stay-at-home mother. Her humor column “Are You Kidding Me?” is based on her suburban family and everyday life. Her short stories have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul and Not Your Mother’s Book…On Being a Woman, Travel, Parent and Home Improvement. Her work appears in Generation Fabulous and ZestNow.  She lives in California with her husband and two teenagers who provide her with an endless supply of inspiration. She writes about parenting and daily frustrations like her dislike of laundry, the DMV, and being middle-aged. Check out my latest article at http://generationfabulous.com/5-funny-questions-national-security-agency-nsa/

Generation FabulousShannon Bradley-Colleary is thrilled to be the sex columnist for Generation Fabulous. She comes (so to speak) to this auspicious position from the success of her Married Sex series on her own blog The Woman Formerly Known as Beautiful  where she also blogs about parenting, beauty and aging gracelessly. Shannon also contributes to The Huffington Post and has been syndicated by BlogHer and Babble. Her posts have landed her on The Today Show, NPR, CNN, Fox11 News, Raising America: With Kyra Phillips and the London Daily Mail Online. She was also one of the 12 Keynote speakers awarded 2013 BlogHer Voices Of The Year. Shannon has published two books: Into The Child: 40 Weeks in the Gestational Wilderness, which was named one of the top 100 Indie Books of 2012 by The Kirkus Review and  Smash, Crash and Burn: Tales From the Edge of Celebrity detailing her years as a struggling actress in the late 80s early 90s, including her relationships with David Schwimmer and Brandon Bruce Lee. She’s also slightly mustachioed. http://thewomanformerlyknownasbeautiful.com/

Generation FabulousPamela Lutrell loves her life after 50!  A wife, mother, grandmother, high school journalism teacher, freelance writer, speaker, and professional blogger, Pam’s days are full and joyful.  She loves being known as a writer who inspires and encourages Baby Boomer ladies to be confident, strong, joyful, and look their head-turning best! http://www.over50feeling40.com/

Generation FabulousBefore Jennifer began writing Connect with your Teens through Pop Culture and Technology in 2008, she had many careers. The more recent were running a computer school for children and working as an academic law librarian teaching students legal research. Jennifer is the author of a book, the Gamer Generation: Reaping the Benefits of Video Games  and is part of the PlayStation Family and Lifetime Moms. She also is a member of the Global Team of 200, a specialized group of Bloggers for Social Good that concentrate on issues involving women and girls, children, world hunger and maternal health. http://connectwithyourteens.net/

Generation FabulousSusan Williams  (also known as that Susan Williams) lives just outside of Nashville TN, where she writes a blog about food, faith, and fun, entitled “That Susan Williams”. Susan loves to share her passion for great food, simply and beautifully prepared, and only shares recipes she deems to be “the best of the best”. She is ably assisted in her food posts by her fantastically talented food photographer of a husband, who isn’t quitting his day job as a music producer  for the fame and fortune of blogging, just yet. Susan is a born storyteller, whose stories make you laugh, make you think, and every once in a while, they’ll make a tear spring to your eye.  Stop by and visit whenever you need a dynamite recipe, or a little encouragement. Because she’s that kind of friend. She’s that  Susan Williams. http://www.thatsusanwilliams.com/

 

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  1. Congrats on joining Generation Fabulous! I love reading your points of view on everything. You are so talented. Keep it up!

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