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November 2013



The Scout Guide Launch Party

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If you haven’t met the lovely ladies behind The Scout Guide Richmond, then you’re missing out. Not only does The Scout Guide provide a gorgeous visual representation of some awesome local businesses, but the ladies themselves are totally inspiring! If you’re in Richmond or Charlottesville, you may have seen these classy little guides around town, and they just released the latest edition!

the scout guideLook for these guides all across town at some of your favorite local businesses!

Of course, I ran into lots of bloggers, which made the evening even better!

Christina even snapped some great photos of the business owners, featured inside the guide!

The Scout Guide blogs (for Richmond and Charlotesville) are on our blog roll, so be sure to check them out!

Now go explore the city!




June 2013



Social Media Club Richmond Event!

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Hey all! I’m excited to announce the next Social Media Club Richmond – SMCRVA Event!

Get your tickets for the A Day in the Life of a Community Manager, Thursday, June 20th at 6pm at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond!

I’ll be on the panel with some other community managers from different companies. If you’ve ever wondered what exactly a community manger does, this is your chance to learn!

Purchase your ticket here!


Hope to see you there!

-Liz @ I Heart Vegetables



November 2012



Event Announcement: Meet Up @ Local Barre

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Hello friends!

I hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving weekend!

We have an exciting announcement to make! The lovely folks at Local Barre have offered all the Virginia Bloggers members a free barre class on Saturday, December 8th, at 1pm. The studio is located near Short Pump, and space is limited, so please RSVP as soon as you can! (Just shoot us an e-mail at and let us know!)

To learn more about the barre classes, click here!

Hope you’re all having a great week!




November 2012



Guest Blogger: A T-Shirt and Pearls

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Hi there! I am Sarah from over at A T-Shirt and Pearls. A T-Shirt and Pearls is a collection of my musings on fashion, decorating, cooking, entertaining, and life in general. I have a little something for everyone, so stop on by and check things out. Hopefully you’ll find something you like and stay awhile. You can also link up with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest via my blog.

I live with my husband, Britt, in Richmond, VA. We met while attending Randolph-Macon College and decided to stick around. It was an amazing decision and we love our little home and life in the suburbs of Richmond.

While I have you here, I wanted to share an upcoming event that is happening right near my Alma Mater, in the quaint little town of Ashland, VA. The event is called Deck the Halls and is taking place on Sunday, December 2 from 11-4. I am so super excited for this event and have already gathered a group of girlfriends to go with me. I hope some of you will join us there!

Deck the Halls is a fundraiser for Hilliard House. Hilliard House provides housing and supportive services for homeless women and children (up to age 18) for a stay of up to one year. Their mission is to provide support and services to these families in order to build their capacity to go out and live productively in the community (information from So, in a nutshell, this event is for a really good cause. I encourage you to check out their website to learn more about their programs and ways you can volunteer.

Deck the Halls is an outdoor event on a historic farm in Ashland. The cost of your ticket allows you to make as many fresh Christmas decorations as you can carry! {I have had two third floor apartments in my life and I have learned how to carry a lot, like bags from my fingertips to shoulders…two trips are for weaklings. So, I plan to make and carry a lot of good Christmas decorations!} They will provide you with a variety of fresh cut greenery: pine, cedar, hemlock, fraser fir, holly, nandina, boxwood and more and all of the greenery is from local farms! They will also have bows, wreath forms, wire, clippers, gloves, and anything else you need for your wreath making adventures. There will be garden club volunteers there to help you with your creations incase you are not very crafty, which I am not. While you are there you can visit the warm and cozy Big Red Barn for holiday treats, cocoa, and live music. There will also be pre-made greens and other goodies for sale.

The cost for all of this is only $25 (!!!) but get your tickets now because after Thanksgiving the ticket price increases to $30. Still a good deal, but why not save yourself $5?! For all of the details on this event and to purchase your tickets you can click here. You can also visit the Facebook page for Deck the Halls here.

This will be my first time at Deck the Halls and I am excited to fill my home with the smell of fresh greens all while helping a great organization. Make sure to check back on my blog because I will be posting pictures of the event and all of my goodies I create…hopefully they will be worthy of sharing and not a hot mess! See you soon!

Sarah @ A T-Shirt and Pearls



October 2012



Guest Post: Dogs of Richmond

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Hey everyone, Paws up! My name is Conor, but you can call me Conor, and I “blog” at DogsofRichmond. This is a one stop shop for pictures of local pups, doggie events around town, and some scattering of my sporadic life. My recent life has been anything but scheduled. I moved to Virginia a year and half ago from Ohio, started a career, bought a house, and have picked up and dropped almost every hobby possible. The only constant thing in my life has been being a dog-owner and dog-lover.

Liz from IHeartVegetables actually got me started blogging about this passion and it’s given me excuses to run around taking photos of cuties to share with everyone! Regardless of how awkward that makes me look…

My posts are 60% about dogs I run into during my weekend adventures in Virginia. They are 20% events in the area including costume contests, dog meetups, and even human-activities. The last 30% of the blog is filled with weird life events or adventures I think are funny but are probably just socially embarrassing. Did I mention I’m great at math?

If you like cats, that’s cool. I own a gray tabby who happens to be a wizard. However, Dogs of Richmond probably isn’t for you. If you secretly are a dog-person, no fear! You can browse the blog in a private tab and no one will ever know (Shift+N in Chrome). I won’t tell the cats.

In the time I’m not blogging about, talking about, or photographing dogs I’m usually sleeping or playing video games. There are other skills I consider myself proficient in: Tree-climbing, hair-flipping, planking, owling, slaying dragons, sleeping through my alarm clock, drinking an excessive amount of white mochas, and putting clothes on ALL BY MYSELF! :D

Feel free to stop by Dogs of Richmond, but wipe your feet and paws first, I just mopped. If you’re a Social Media junkie like myself, you can stay looped in with Dogs and my crazy mind on Tumblr, Twitter, & Instagram @DogsofRichmond!

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