Blog Profiles: African-American Blogs

African-American Blogs

Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, PR Newswire selects an industry or subject and a handful of sites that do a good job with promoting and contributing to the conversation. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet to us! Tell Blog Profiles writers Christine Cube, Mary Johnson, and Megan Boley why on @BeyondBylines.

Black History Month is among our favorite times of the year on Beyond Bylines.

Last week, we looked at how to enhance your race and culture beat with new story ideas that reach beyond this month-long celebration.

This week, we’re looking at some great African-American blogs.

1. Bernetta Style

Bernetta Style motivates “wives and mothers to dream big daily.”

Bernetta is a lifestyle motivational blogger and certified life coach, who hails from the Midwest and earned her Bachelor’s degree in marketing from Alabama State University.

“The Bernetta Style blog is a resource on motherhood (family), marriage and motivating people towards their dreams one day at a time,” the blog says. “That includes fitness, keeping yourself up, natural hair, family events, date nights and reviews (events & products).”

Some of my favorite posts on this site include 9 Products I Love to Use on My 40-Year-Old Skin, 2016 Goodbye Amazing 30s | 2017 Goal Crushing 40s, and 5 African-American Child Entrepreneurs to Watch (Wow. Just, wow.).

Follow @BernettaStyle on Twitter.

BernettaStyle Blog

Credit: @bernettastyle on Instagram

2. City Girl Goes Digital

City Girl Goes Digital aims to help “you navigate the noise.”

Keisha is the blogger behind City Girl Goes Digital, and she covers digital life, things for the home, and has a guide to cars.

Popular posts include 5 Appliances to Modernize the Home, 18 College and Grad STEM Scholarships for Women of Color, and Why BlogHer is a Must for Me Every Year.

Follow City Girl Goes Digital on Facebook.

City Girl Goes Digital Blog

Credit: @citygirlgoesdigital on Instagram.

3. Honey + Lime

Honey + Lime is a travel, family, and lifestyle blog in California.

It features posts about food and drink, DIY crafts, home, kids and family, parties and events, style and beauty, and healthy living. Honey + Lime is written and managed by Deanna Underwood, a hardworking, travel-loving millennial mom of two.

I really enjoyed A New Year House Cleaning Resolution That I Can Keep, SoCal Road Trip: 8 Family Friendly Activities in Camarillo, CA You’ll Love, and 25 Fun New Year’s Eve Party Ideas for Kids You’ve Never Thought Of.

Follow @honeyandlimeco on Twitter.

Honey and Lime

Credit: @honeyandlimeco on Instagram.

4. BCK Online

BCK Online is a great source for entertainment news about African-American celebrities and their children.

You can find stories about young stars, parenting, and style.

There’s a ton of good stuff here. Notable posts include Beyonce and Her Baby Bump Perform at the 2017 Grammy Awards, Jaden Smith to Speak at Impact Summit on Environmental Issues, and These Triplets are the Epitome of ‘Organized Chaos.’

Follow @officialbck on Twitter.

BCK Blog Black Celebrity News

Credit: BCK on Facebook.

P.S. Ever wonder how we come up with ideas for our blog profiles? Our handy list of industries and subjects on PR Newswire for Journalists stays top of mind. If you’re a blogger or journalist looking for African-American breaking news, let us know. We can customize a newsfeed for you on PR Newswire for Journalists.


Christine Cube is a senior audience relations manager with PR Newswire and freelance writer. Follow her at
@cpcube.

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