The Handsome – Brian from City of Dionne:

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Dionne from City of Dionne was actually one of the first official bloggers I met. She is the biggest sweetheart around! She has a beautiful blog and just became a consultant at bhldn in Texas! Legit ๐Ÿ˜‰ Dionne & Brian’s story is quite amazing, from what I recall – they had a long distance relationship and I say anyone who can pull off a long distance relationship are superstars in my book! I get sad when Nick leaves for work each day, so I can’t imagine being away from my guy for months straight. Hope you enjoy this super sweet interview from Brian!
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Please tell us a little about you and what you do: I am married to a beautiful extrovert, making me a very lucky introvert. I currently work as a mechanical engineer. I like to read in my free time, but I spend most of it being content with hanging out with my wife, a.k.a. best friend.
What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? When my wife started her blog, I got excited by the thought of starting one myself. I thought about letting out my perspective on everything I had on my mind, a little bit at a time. I imagined the discussions I’d have with all of my blog followers wanting to relate their own experiences to mine. It would be a great communal event linking my life to all those people on the Internet who were bound to flock to my words. So I started out and found that what I was writing didn’t really come out like I had envisioned in my mind. In fact, I was bored reading what I wrote with the interest I was sure it would attract fizzling out as soon as I typed the words. My wife encouragingly wrote a comment after becoming my follower on my first post. I learned fast that I wasn’t a blogger.
I like the idea of reading blogs since it would be a window to the writer’s personal experiences. How cool that would be. I’ve been thinking how fun it would be to follow a few interesting blogs. It’s been a few years–one day maybe I’ll take the effort to look around and see if any attract my interest.
How did you & your wife meet? I knew some people who had nothing but outright fondness for this girl named Dionne. They seemed to think she was extra special and of course all this talk made me interested to meet her. Our mutual friends finally set up an outing at Laguna Beach and she actually was better than the expectations my friends had built up for me. She was very talkative and, of course, really easy on the eyes.
How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? I remember she used to set every Sunday afternoon aside for blogging, but I haven’t seen her writing lately. She must blend it much better with all of her other activities because I never notice her blogging these days.
What do you do during this time? I must be at work during the time she blogs these days.
Any silly/crazy/funny/cool stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: Dionne likes to set up meetings for her blog readers every year during the Christmas/New Year vacations we take out in California. Since she posts pictures and writes about me, these people who are complete strangers relate to me as if they know me well. It’s unusual especially since I feel a bit out of place talking with hardcore bloggers but they’re friendly and easy to talk with. I like her blog friends a lot – they are great people!
Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? I’m sometimes worried a bunch of people will find out embarrassing details about me personally all over the blogging world, but Dionne never blogs anything like that about me – she’s always blogging happy thoughts, so I don’t worry about it that much anymore. She used to set time aside where I’d have to leave her alone, which bugged me a bit; but now she never blogs when I am at home, she makes sure to set aside her time with me for just me – no blogging. :)

The Handsome – Matthew from a subtle revelry:

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This week we have Victoria & Matthew from A Subtle Revelry! I’ve met Victoria at Alt Summit 2011, her blog is filled with tons of amazing party ideas – I love parties! Glad to have her husband here at the blog today, totally learned something new about Victoria – they have twins! How cool is that? They seem like a super cute couple, hope you enjoy this interview ๐Ÿ˜‰



Please tell us a little about you and what you do: My name is Matthew Hudgins, I am dad to twins and husband to Victoria the amazing woman behind a subtle revelry and Styled. magazine. I am currently working on my masters in Theology and until recently played on a professional black jack team. Now I have taken to sitting at a desk doing gloriously normal work throughout the day. It is great! I also help on the business side of our blog & magazine in my spare time.
What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? The great thing about blogging is that it gives everyone a voice. The worst thing about blogging is that it gives everyone a voice. I actually used to be an active blogger, I was even mentioned in the Washington Post once when I wrote an article comparing an Evangelical leader converting to Roman Catholicism to the most monumental moment in the history of professional wresting. Suffice to say that last sentence sums up the good/bad of everyone having a voice.
How did you & your wife meet? We met in college at UNLV. I saw her from across the room and was amazed at her beauty, vibrancy and fervor for life. She loves people so well, she always has. I knew on our first date in May of 2000 that I would marry her.
How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? That is really hard to quantify. Good book authors don’t just write, they need to read and be inspired. In my wife’s case she needs to gather inspiration, read to hone her skill, plan her designs and parties, concoct her designs, set up, tear down, and write her posts. She is a BEAST. So, um, 2-6 hours a day (did I mention how insanely productive she is?).
What do you do during this time? I am working on a Masters in Theology, so that takes up most of my time. Besides that, having a wife working from home affords me some great time to spend with our twin toddlers.
Any silly/crazy/funny/cool stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: I thought hard about this one, but our lives are pretty boring. This isn’t a bad thing in an age where “drama” is so scripted on TV and the desire to be different is so prevalent. These days, being a boring, normal family is one of the silliest/craziest things you can do. That being said, early on I would read a post and scramble to get Victoria to take out a sentence or two that I thought would offend people – she was a lot looser with her words when she started ; We are also in the middle of doing something behind the scenes that is completely crazy and cool in relation to the blog that will be a great experience for our family but it will be on the down-low for a little while longer.
Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? Our whole life (read: every event) is now a possible blog post or feature. This isn’t a negative thing, per se, it’s just annoying when we have to dress a certain way, go to a certain place, or be prepared any day for when inspiration hits her (ie. our recent moving party). I don’t mind the attention or my life being put out there for everyone to see – it is just slightly crazy to have our lives oriented in this way. Especially when I have a moving truck to load!

The Handsome – Jeff from papernstitch:

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Guess who I got to meet a few weeks ago at CCE? Brittni from papernstitch! Brittni has been posting a diy column here at the blog and it was so wonderful to finally meet her in person. and what a small world – after the conference, we were both headed to Stockton to visit our parents! How random is that? This world really is small indeed. Anyway, I’m really excited to have her and her husband featured at the handsome today.
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Please tell us a little about you and what you do: I design software at a startup here in Jacksonville, FL. I am also Brittni’s tech guy. I kind of wish I would’ve been a soccer player, jazz drummer, or hunky carpenter on TLC’s smash-hit “Trading Spaces”, but I guess that wasn’t in the cards. Ha.
What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? Blogging is great. The internet is obviously an awesome platform for those who can churn out great content. Readers and content consumers, like myself, will honor and support a great blog as long as there is a little entertainment value.
How did you & your wife meet? We met at college in a summer figure drawing class. We were both in relationships at the time, but sort of “knew” before ever talking to each other that there was something there. I guess we had exchanged some glances and a smile or two. So again, without saying a word to one another, we each broke up with our significant others. Just like that. At our next class we started talking and the rest is history.
How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? It’s hard to say. The blog and papernstitch.com are her most coveted creations, but her time is split between the two. So, it’s not very cut and dry. She loves promoting her exhibitors, and writing about things she experiences while running her own business. But she also does a wonderful job making her self available to her exhibitors at all times, so fielding questions and answering emails can be a huge part of her day at times too. That said, she works anywhere from 8-12 hours a day Monday-Friday and maybe 2-4 hours on the weekends. Of that time, I’d say about half of it is actually writing, blogging, and social media related.
What do you do during this time? Working. Creating something. Breaking something…. I am on the computer all the time too, even when I am at home. So, it works out well. Even though we are both kind of workaholics, we still manage to spend more time together than most. I think.
Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? Well, her work day never really ends. At night for example, we have a few favorite TV shows that we “watch” together. Normally there is not a whole lot of watching going on though – just sort of half-listening because usually Brittni is on her laptop. We’re always having to rewind the TV so she can catch up and really pay attention. I’m used to it, and I do the same thing, but that doesn’t mean it’s not annoying. :)



Thanks for the interview Jeff! Please show our men some love & support by leaving some comments ๐Ÿ˜‰ PS: If you have a question you want to throw into the interviews or there’s someone you’d love to see up here on the handsome, leave a comment and let me know!

The Handsome – Joseph from Twig & Thistle:

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I got to meet Kathleen, from Twig & Thistle at ALT back in 2010 and she is really just one of the sweetest, most down to earth people you could ever know. We have Kathleen’s husband, Joseph, here with us today. I love this interview, I think you can really tell how supportive Joseph is with Kathleen’s blog. and I’m pretty sure (if I remember correctly) he’s a developer and he helped build her blog work and everything. So cute! Enjoy the interview!


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Please tell us a little about you and what you do: I’m a Senior Industrial Designer at a product development firm here in Seattle. I enjoy working out, eating sensibly, scrap-booking, candles, and lying about my hobbies.

What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? I’ve been blogging on and off for the past 13 year and it’s great to see how accessible it has gotten. There is so much variety now, if you have an interest in something there is probably a couple good, deep, blogs on the topic. I read about 150 different blogs and there surprisingly little overlap between them, that’s wonderful.

How did you & your wife meet? A mutual friend had a party and we hung out the whole night, after that I was hooked.

How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? 2-4 hours a day, 4-8 on weekends if she’s working on a DIY. Writing posts used to be take the bulk of the time but now it’s things like responding to email, freelance, and Etsy orders that soak up most of the attention. The exception are DIY posts, those are a huge time sink, I bet they average 20-40 hours between coming up with the idea, designing, testing, shopping, shooting/editing photos, and writing the tutorial. It’s crazy just how much work goes into them.

What do you do during this time? Cooking, cleaning, freelance, Etsy orders, IT, helping with the posts, shooting photos, I feel guilty just kicking back if Kathleen is working.

Any silly/crazy/funny/cool stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: When she started Twig & Thistle two years ago, I couldn’t pay Kathleen to use Twitter. I mean she HATED it. I ended up managing the account for a few months before she started to warm up to the idea. Now she’s a Twitter machine, I couldn’t stop her even if I tried.

Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? Well! If I have to pick just one, I’d have to say it’s the 11:30pm “Can you edit the post?”. If you ever see a typo on T&T is probably because I was half asleep trying to spell check on my phone so I wouldn’t have to get out of bed.


Thanks for the interview Joseph! Please show our men some love & support by leaving some comments ๐Ÿ˜‰ PS: If you have a request or there’s someone you’d love to see up here on the handsome, leave a comment and let me know!

The Handsome – Stephen from Somethings Hiding in Here:

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So excited for this interview today! If you haven’t heard of Shauna & Stephen from Somethings Hiding in Here, you have to head to their site right now! I think they pioneered the mustache on a stick phenomenon and they’re constantly coming up with new & innovative ideas. I’m always inspired by the products they create. They’re my dream couple: they get to be creative all day long and work together – does it really get any better than that? Oh, and they’ve been in Martha Stewart, I’m sure that’s another dream for some of us too ๐Ÿ˜‰ Hope you enjoy this interview friends!

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Please tell us a little about you and what you do: Hello, I’m Stephen, the “engineer” behind Somethingโ€™s Hiding In Here. Shauna’s the idea machine, but I figure out how to realize the things we want make. I spent six years studying sculpture in art school and I’ve always loved problem solving and making things. I think it all started in grade school when i took apart an electric blanket to see how it worked (I may or may not have caused a small fire).

How did you & your wife meet? At a kissing booth… true story. Almost sixteen years ago, Shauna paid me 50 cents for a kiss at an art school party. I’ve had her hooked ever since.

You guys are always coming up with such innovative things. Where do you gather inspiration from: Like everyone, our inspiration is a mix of people, places and things. Shauna and I went to grad school at Cranbrook. It has a rich history of mid century “form follows function” design philosophy, and I think that had a lot of influence on both of us. I’ve always felt a connection to vintage Americana from my 66 Chevy pickup truck, vintage Pfaff sewing machine and old wood working tools, to my typical uniform of Red Wing oxfords and paid shirts. I think our Forage Bow Ties are a good example of these influences.

How many hours a day do you/your wife spend blogging? Shauna is the main driver of our social media front. I would lump many outlets into the idea of blogging since technology allows us to be so multifaceted these days (blog, flickr, tumblr, twitter, guest features, etc.). I would say we’re probably at it about 3-6 hours a day. ps. This is the perfect opportunity to plug my new twitter account @FORAGEbowties. Hit me up on the twitters!

You’ve been featured all over the place! What’s been your favorite/most unique experience so far: Hands down, our Martha Stewart Living feature, in the February ’11 issue. We drove to NYC from Philadelphia with a car full of rusty tin dollhouses and a mason jar containing my wood knot collection. I was most excited to meet Fritz Karch, the collections editor (his beard and plaid suits are legendary). Before we knew it, we were in a vacuous, all white photo studio. While admiring the movable sets for the photo shoot, I looked up to see Shauna shaking hands with Martha. EPIC! To cap off the experience, we were given a tour of the โ€œprops roomโ€ which is indescribable. Iโ€™ll never forget that day.

I think lots of couples would ideally love to work with their spouse, I know I would. How is it getting to work with your wife 24/7? Do you guys always get along and see eye to eye? I’m crazy about Shauna, but we definitely duke it out while working on projects together. We approach everything from different angles, which leads us to unexpected solutions. A recent example: while attempting to print a simple poster, we spent ten hours debating what it should look like. Before we knew it, we made a rad letterpress, canvas banner that has inspired new product for us. In the end our common ground lies in our obsession over the details. Everything we make is truly a collaboration – I wouldnโ€™t trade it for the world.

The Handsome – Aaron from Design*Sponge:

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Guess who we have for the handsome today? Well, you may have already seen the title. That’s right – Aaron from Design*Sponge! How fun, I mean I think we’d all agree Grace is a rock star in the blog world so it’s so lovely to have her husband sharing with us today. Enjoy!

Please tell us a little about you and what you do: I work on Design*Sponge as the Director of Advertising and Business Development. I oversee our ad sales team and help manage our business partnerships, which allows Grace to focus on what she loves and does best, which is produce great content. At the same time, I’m also working with a company that specializes in Poker Training and education – helping them launch an online poker education site. As it turns out, I am a complete work masochist.

What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? I love blogs and blogging, and I read them all the time. They’re a fantastic way for people to stay connected to fields or communities they care about.

How did you & your wife meet? Grace and I met during the brief window of time that “Friendster” was a word people used. We had a mutual friend, and that friend set us up on a date. We went out to dinner and have been together ever since!

How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? Hmm, how many hours are there in a day again? Let me think, well she doesn’t spend ALL day blogging because she also spends time on Twitter. But when she’s not on Twitter, she’s definitely working on the blog. I’ll put it this way: there may be harder working people on the internet than Grace, but I’ve never met them.

What do you do during this time? Sadly, I’m usually working, too. We’re pretty boring. We spend a lot of time side by side on the couch, each on our laptops. But when I’m not working I enjoy reading, playing poker, playing video games, and playing guitar.

Any silly/crazy/funny/cool stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: Not really – I still think it’s cool meeting people who read the site, and I still get weirded out by the fact that they know about a lot of basic details of our life, such as what furniture we have, or trips we’ve recently taken. So when things will come up in conversation, I say things and I get a lot of “yeah I know!” – which still surprises me even though it shouldn’t because Grace writes about a lot of this stuff on the site.

Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? I’d say the only thing that’s vaguely annoying is trying to explain what it is that we do to people we meet. It takes a lot of people awhile for people to understand/believe that it’s a real job. Not a bad problem to have, but it’s kind of funny when you work really really hard on stuff, and then when you describe it to someone, it really just sounds like you have no job and are completely making up what you do.


Please be sure to leave a comment and show our men some love & support! Be sure to check out the old archives of The Handsome here! If you have a request or there’s someone you’d love to see up here on the handsome or if there’s a question you’re wanting to ask the guys, leave a comment and let me know!

The Handsome – Ken from Design for Mankind:

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I’m sure you all know Erin from Design for Mankind. If you’ve been lucky to meet Erin, you know she is the biggest sweetheart ever! I’m so excited today to have her husband on the handsome: Ken, who just seems super sweet as well! I think they make for one pretty darn cute couple! Right now you can follow Erin & Ken at hgtv as they’re renovating their house! Enjoy!
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Please tell us a little about you and what do you do. I’m a self motivated perfectionist that has decided that life is too short to spend working like crazy JUST to make a buck. Sure, everyone has to pay the bills, put food on the table and plan ahead so they’re not forced to shake hands as a Walmart greeter on their 90th birthday. But, both Erin and I are over stressing out for excess. Make do/make pretty…and while you’re at it, make it functional. :) Which leads me to my current gig.

Right now I’m renovating our house full time (with some film editing on the side)…and am alllllllllllmost finished with the first floor. If I wasn’t almost finished this feature would have to be “ex-husbands of bloggers.” ๐Ÿ˜‰ It’s been a long time coming, but to say I’m proud of all the work I’ve done would be a gross understatement. I’ve had a blast and I’d do it all over again. However, next time, I’m thinking cabin in the woods. (You like that, Erin?)

What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? Blogging has changed a lot from when I first read Erin’s Xanga page back in the day. I think blogs are powerful, useful, organic and incredibly misunderstood in terms of their road to success. If one more person asks Erin how to get things donated to their house renovation “for free”… I might kick ’em in the teeth.

For one, “stuff” isn’t free — Erin spends a lot of time managing relationships, documenting and pitching her projects. And all that adds up to more hours in a day than most would care to spend. For two, when people wish to start a blog just to get free stuff (and can’t invest their time into Googling “how to start a blog” before asking Erin), I get a little defensive (another gross understatement). ๐Ÿ˜‰

How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? Well, she eats a couple times during the day and I’m about 93% sure she uses the bathroom. So, I guess whatever is left is how much time she spends blogging and advancing her position in the social media world. Now that’s devotion. :)


What do you do during this time? Work on the renovation, or film/edit renovation videos for HGTV.com. Now, I know what you’re thinking, “How does he keep up that rockstar lifestyle?” All I’ll say is I can’t find a 2×4 long enough to fight off all the swooning women. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Any silly/crazy/funny stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: I honestly don’t have any. Man….how crazy is that? She’s pretty sane (most of the time) and likes to keep her blog and personal life separate. I mean, a few of our friends don’t even know she blogs!

Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? Just that I feel like I have some sluggish finger condition during the times she’s watching me type. 117 words a minutes is something these hands will never achieve.

The Handsome – Brendan from mint:

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Today on The Handsome, we have Brendan who is married to Ellie Snow, of Mint. I actually met Ellie & Brendan at Alt 2010, they both went which I thought was super cute. I also think it’s pretty rad that they’re both graphic designers! I’d love for Nick to be a designer, but his heart & career belonged to video games ๐Ÿ˜‰ Hope you enjoy Brendan’s interview!

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Please tell us a little about you and what do you do: I am an art director at a mid size ad agency in Raleigh, North Carolina. I love to cook, but I love to eat even more; I love to play soccer, but I’m much better at watching it; and I love to design, but I hate writing about it. :) Oh, I’m also one of the editors at OK Great!

What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? I’m not just the president of hair club for men, I’m also a member… ZING! Seriously though, I’m a big supporter of blogging for what it can do for one’s personal & career development. It’s the most cost effective marketing platform out there, and if you approach it sincerely, it can be a hell of a lot of fun.

How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? Not as much as you’d think. This has changed a lot over the past two years for a couple of reasons. First, of course, is because of how much she has diversified her core business. For a while, I think, Ellie’s blog was her priority, but she tried to always have side projects to keep her occupied. One of these projects, Hello Tenfold – her stationery shop, has really taken off and has definitely usurped Mint as her day to day priority. Secondly, she has become, quite simply, very good at blogging. It doesn’t take her nearly as much time to put together a unique post as it did when she first started.

If we’re talking specific hours a day, and I had a rubber band gun to my head, I’d probably say 1-2 hours.

What do you do during this time? If she blogs at night, then I just stare at her in boredom. If I get bored doing that, then I’ll whip up dinner for two or watch Premier League replays. I got her hooked on Dexter recently, though, which meant all of her blogging was already done by the time I get home. How conveeeenient!

Any silly/crazy/funny stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: I find it very amusing to try to explain blogging to someone my grandparent’s age. I couldn’t tell you the number of times we have had to explain to a family friend (or better yet a family member) that Ellie doesn’t actually make everything on her blog and that it isn’t all for sale. She’s prolific, yes, but good lord!

Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? She get’s tons of free swag in the mail; she finds amazing things for our house while researching posts; she get’s to talk design with loads of women her age; and she get’s paid for all of this. Nope, nothing annoying about that.

Thanks for sharing with us today, Brendan!
ps: I think it’s fabulous that Ellie spends only an hour or 2 a day
on the blog, I’m inspired to do the same but I get so sidetracked! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Be sure to check out the old archives of The Handsome here! If you have a request or there’s someone you’d love to see up here on the handsome or if there’s a question you’re wanting to ask the guys, leave a comment and let me know! Thanks to Melanie for coming up with the column name!

The Handsome – Bob from Oh Joy:

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Really excited to have Bob on The Handsome today, he’s married to the wonderfully talented Joy from oh joy! I had heard somewhere before that he was a surgeon, which is just so legit! A surgeon + amazing designer = 100% awesome couple! Thanks Bob & Joy!

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Please tell us a little about you and what you do: I am a pediatric orthopedic surgeon, specializing in spinal deformity in children. I also love bad action movies.

What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? I think it’s awesome! Blogs are the magazines for the digital age–and they are much more current, focused, and regularly updated than the former. They have transformed what people actually do on a computer–from watching cat tricks on YouTube to reading genuinely inspired content from genuinely inspired people.

How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? It seems like all the time, but I’m not home when she usually is doing it so I am not sure.

What do you do during this time? I am making the world straighter, one child at a time.

Any silly/crazy/funny stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: Not too many crazy stories, but I know never to eat any food until a photo is taken of it first. Sometimes I try to get a fork in there before my wife can take a picture, which usually makes her go a bit crazy. I know, simple pleasures…

Is there any one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? Above, as sometimes I just want to eat my hamburger without it being photographed first.

Thanks so much for sharing with us Bob, loved your answers!

Photo Credit: Bonnie Tsang


Be sure to check out the old archives of The Handsome here! We have husbands from design*sponge, mint, and cakies coming soon, stay tuned! If you have a request or there’s someone you’d love to see up here on the handsome or if there’s a question you’re wanting to ask the guys, leave a comment and let me know! Thanks to Melanie for coming up with the column name!

The Handsome – Nick from oh, hello friend:

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For today’s feature, we have my sweet husband, Nicholas! I got to marry this awesome guy in September of 2010 and I have been loving every day of it. I’ve been meaning to have Nick guest post over the past few months but we never got around to it, so I’m excited to have him featured here today. Last week’s interview with Ryan was a success, thanks for all your great comments showing Ryan some love. Hope you enjoy this week’s interview for the handsome, friends! … and thanks again to Melanie for coming up with the name for this feature!

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What are your thoughts about blogs + blogging? Blogging is awesome, it brings people together who share the same interests from around the world. The blogging community is very encouraging and uplifting, I see how close everyone is and how they support a each other, it truly does reminds me of a family.

How many hours a day does your wife spend blogging? I would say anywhere between 2-10 hours a day. The blog is a huge part of Mrs Keith’s life and every day she is looking for ways to make it better for her readers.

What do you do during this time? Mrs Keith is really good about getting her blogging done when I’m at work, so when I get home we can spend time together. However even if I do find myself at home while she’s blogging, that’s ok. You see a man needs his own time as well to, well, play video games. I call it Game Time. While Mrs. Keith blogs its a perfect time to get my Game on.

Any silly/crazy/funny stories or experiences related to blogging you’d like to share with the readers: Well when ever Mrs Keith and I go out, we always try to remember to bring a camera just in case there is something blog worthy we come across, and when we take pictures, we sometimes might have to retake them to get the “perfect shot” for the blog. One one of my favorite experiences is when a friend of mine from high school contacted me recently on FB saying that she had been reading Mrs Keith’s blog for a while and had just made the connection that she was my wife. Crazy small world!

How do you feel being blogged about? I like when Mrs. Keith includes me in a post. She always finds away to paint me in the best light for which i am very thankful. I do find it quite funny when a stranger comes up to Mrs. Keith and I and knows all about our engagement and our wedding and our little adventures that we go on. I am just glad Mrs. Keith doesn’t blog about my not so flattering features, thanks babe! :)

What is one thing that annoys you most about having a blogger wife? I’d say really the only issue i have about Mrs. Keith blogging is that sometimes Mrs. Keith really gets focused when she blogs, so much to the point that it can be hard to get her full attention. But I can relate to this since I get the same way when playing games, I turn into zombie Nick, no bueno.


Thanks for your interview Nicholas! PS: If you have a request or there’s someone you’d love to see up here on the handsome, leave a comment and let me know! Also, if you think there’s a question we should add to the interview, leave your thoughts here too!