Atlanta moms, we’d like to introduce you to your tribe. Bloggers from everything to DIY home projects to fashion to food—with a healthy dose of humor, local Atlanta flair, and parenting truths—these Atlanta moms are keeping it real while inspiring us to tackle something new. Keep reading for our favorite Atlanta mom bloggers and bestie candidates.

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Handmade Charlotte Rachel and Jonathan Faucett live on a farm in Dallas, Georgia, have five children, and started an Etsy shop in 2009 that has turned into a collaboration with Anthropologie, and one of the nation’s top 20 most influential Pinterest accounts. Visit this site for eye-candy inspiration on crafts, games, and lifestyle ideas for fun.

Southern State of Mind Mom of three boys, Heather Metzler manages the chaos with class, bringing tips and inspo for fashion, home decor, and DIY projects to you in a fresh and creative blog.

City Peach When Atlanta native Mireille Beckwith moved home from New York, she brought a passion for helping others look chic on a budget. As a mom of two, she specifically focuses on helpings mom do what they do, but with some serious style. Even better? She dedicates posts to kids style, as well.

In Honor of Design Originally a graphic designer, mom of 6, Anna has a fresh take on style, motherhood, and home design. Spoiler alert: the family recently announced an upcoming move to Nashville, but you can still mine her blog for Atlanta insights.

Really, Are You Serious? Mom of three girls, Krystyn is a former chemist and current graphic designer–in addition to running the totally awesome Really, Are You Serious? This blog is a great resource for Mommy and Me outing ideas, giveaways, family events, and straight talk about life with young (and willful!) kids.

Field Trips with Sue Susan Rodman is the mother of three boys and her award winning blog is all about things to do with kids in and around metro Atlanta and the Southeast. In addition to tons of other awards, this blog is a Nickelodeon Parent’s Pick winner and a Parents.com award nominee. When Sue is not scouting new adventures, she works in marketing and public relations and serves on the marketing committee at Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta.

Sweet Savant Demetra Overton is a food and travel blogger extraordinaire, and brings her skills as a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education and her experience at the likes of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Buckhead to a table set for families. Her recipes are soulful, sophisticated, and sometimes aspirational, but you can learn as much about cooking technique as you can about what to make for supper from her informative blog.

Mommy’s Hangout Mom Jen started her blog as a way to do her own sweepstakes and giveaways and to offer honest opinions and reviews on products her family has tried. Her blog also includes money and health tips and candid talk about parenting.

Awed by Monica Fashionistas, this one’s for you! Monica Awe-Etuk sums up her philosophy better than we can: “Fashion is important because we live in a society that judges women based on appearance. Unfortunately, that will never change. I have noticed that when people look good, they actually feel great. If we have more people feeling great about themselves, the world can be a better place.” Check out her blog for tips on how to elevate your mommy uniform game.

The Divine Miss Mommy Stacie Haight Connerty, a self professed tech geek, foodie and social media junkie  is the mother of three children ages 9, 7 and 5. On her fab blog, you can find the latest products reviews, giveaways, and stories about her family plus information about their latest travels.

Domestic Superhero What started as cooking for the 4 children she nannied for in New York has turned into a passion for creating elegant meals in a short amount of time (because, well, kids). In addition to recipes and meal ideas, Allyson posts about DIY home projects and travel.

JaMonkey Meghan Cooper, the voice behind JaMonkey, blogs about things like pregnancy, parenting, recipes, crafting, product reviews, and life as a suburban hippy.  She is also the creator of Yeah Let’s Go Atlanta.

Atlanta on the Cheap This blog is a fantastic resource for families looking for free things to do in Atlanta. Mom Jennifer scours the ‘net to find the best deals, discounts, and coupons for the city’s attractions, theatre, restaurants and bars.

Yeah Let’s Go Atlanta This mom-written local blog covers local family and parent-only events for metro Atlanta. You’ll find everything there is to know about local festivals, zoos, museums, and more.

My Atlanta Mommy This a family friendly blog that helps families save money on groceries, green living, kid-friendly events, eating out, and tons more. You will also find great posts on kid-friendly contests, giveaways, and pay it forwards.

Mamalicious Maria Maria Smith is an on the go “stay at home” mother of 4 kids under the age of 6. In her pre-baby life, she was a TV producer at Oprah, and she has been featured as a “mom” expert on ABC World News, CBS and NBC affiliates, and in Ladies Home Journal, Women’s Day, and The Nest. She blogs about fashion, food, events around town, and more.

Turning the Clock Back This fab blog is devoted to teaching people to go green, get healthy and simplify their lives through recipes, shopping tips, and more. Mom blogger Diane has worked in cancer research, academics, and biotechnology, among other things. With her blog, she hopes to create a down to earth guide to going green and getting healthy one baby step at a time.

Coupons Are Great The title of this blog says it all–and it truly is a great resource for all things thrifty. In addition to freebies, deals, and coupons, the site also has fun craft ideas. The mom behind it all, Leandrea, also loves to explore the Atlanta area with her two daughters.

Toulouse and Tonic Toulouse—a stay at home mom of 2 boys–works hard to increase her mothering skills by writing about parenting ups and down, stalking other mothers on facebook, and tweeting funny bon mots on twitter. She’s so funny and relatable that Toulouse & Tonic is a Circle of Moms Top 25 Funny Moms blog for 2013.

Jumpin Beans In addition to being an army wife, blogger Noelle is mom to a preschooler and several stepsons in their tweens/teens. On her blog, she offers great giveaways, reviews of kids products, advice for busy parents, and more.

—Shelley Massey