Registrar: Surpass Hosting
Launched: August 2006
How it all began…
Like every other blogger I know, I began my love of webdesign with Expage, which to my dismay is no longer available for the up and coming blogger. Sad, I know. Who could forget those pixel dolls, blinkies, and CSS shops? From Expage I moved onto geocities where Lulu hosted me on her old domain. We became great friends, and we still write to each other. In 2003, I became the owner of rainbow-socks.org, a personal blog and domain that documented my daily life as a high school student and book enthusiast. When I began college, I started to want a new online identity. I’ve always been known by friends and family as “the girl with the curly hair,” so I decided to make that part of my online image and settled on the name curls.nu.
This website began as a simple blog that documented my life as a college student and slowly evolved into a health and beauty blog as I began documenting my weight loss in early 2007. Now, my fitness section is hosted as a Tumblr Fitblr, and Curls has found its happy medium as a lifestyle blog that centers on fitness, recipes, beauty, and the daily life of an English teacher who loves to feel great both inside and outside.
I currently accept paid and sponsored posts since I am just as much of a product junkie as other lady bloggers. For more about that portion of my blog, please visit my PR page.
The Curls.nu Family
I host some creative folks who dabble in the world of visual art and who have chosen to make their home in my corner of the Internet. I’m proud to be affiliated with them!
Keith at salvadorzombie.com
Paul at paulruocco.com
James at jameskaveh.net