Welcome to Who Said She Said

Who Said She Said is a not-for-profit blog which promotes engaging and inspiring content from women writers, bloggers, and creators (though everyone is welcome!)

 

 

How we got here…

 

I’m Stevie.

I run Who Said She Said, a site I created on International Women’s Day 2019. Tired of the same old content for women, I wanted to create an online platform where the main focus wouldn’t be beauty reviews, celebrity gossip, or beach body tips. I love reading those posts as much as the next person, but there’s so much more that needs to be said and shared by powerful and inspiring women across the globe.

 

 

Want to get involved?

 

If you’re a writer or blogger, who’s passionate about the words you write, I’d love to have you as a contributor to the blog. Click here for the details on how to get your voice heard on the platform.

Who’s Submitted to the Blog?

Who Said She Said
Who Said She Said

A corner of the internet empowering women bloggers and promoting positivity and creativity.

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Ami

Ami is a disability blogger who writes about her journey to recovery and generally anything that makes her happy.

The Tinker Bug
The Tinker Bug

A stay at home Mama that has been bitten by the Tinker Bug. Sharing and creating content that makes life easier one idea at a time!

Nicola Humphreys
Nicola Humphreys

Nicola Humphreys is a part-time writer with a full-time job to pay the bills. On her blog she writes stories of connection, food and a sense of belonging. All of her dresses have pockets.

Cait Erin
Cait Erin

Also known as FrayingPages. An aspiring author, YouTuber, and blogger. A strong advocate for a good life crisis and a bold cup of coffee.

Patricia L Rosa
Patricia L Rosa

Patricia L Rosa is a Production Scheduler writing about money and her debt-free journey. She aspires to be a freelance writer and writes WWII historical fiction. Patricia lives in Northeast Indiana with Husband Tommy and two fur babies: Shi Shi and Little Lady Sadie Mae (Sadie). Proud parent of Brandon and Jessica and “Banna” to three adorable grandchildren, Jordan, Audrianna and JaeLynn.

Millie - MSB Life
Millie - MSB Life

MSBLife is a health, fitness and lifestyle blog where you can find motivating, enthusiastic and sometimes a bit silly, content!

Heidi Light
Heidi Light

Heidi Light is an Author, Blogger, Counsellor, Speaker, Leader of a social movement called The REAL Revolution, and Creator of Wisdom House - a blog, resource centre and community portal. Her websites are: www.heidilight.com, www.getrealforrealchange.com, www.wisdomhouselearning.com.

Vikie Shanks
Vikie Shanks

Vikie Shanks has seven children and has been a single mother since her husband's suicide eleven years ago. Six of her children are autistic, the seventh is severely Dyslexic and the youngest two have Cerebral Palsy alongside their autism. Vikie now works to raise awareness for autism, mental health and suicide prevention and has appeared on TV numerous times, won many awards and speaks at events about theses subjects. Vikie has written a book called 'Unravelled' (Amazon), has done a TED talk called 'Why my autistic children don't need a cure' (Youtube) and a film has been made about her family called 'Kingdom of Us' (Netflix).

Danielle W
Danielle W

Danielle is a food, film and lifestyle blogger from Liverpool. Danielle is enthusiastic about seeing new places and cups of tea in bed. Find her at: www.thebreakfastclubblog.com and www.yagalsonfilm.wordpress.com.

Siobhan Divers
Siobhan Divers

20-something Glasgow-based History & Journalism graduate and freelance writer with a passion for all things creative. Covers everything from politics and sports to lifestyle, the arts and travel.

Hannah Vile
Hannah Vile

Hannah is an undergraduate English student and has a blog called uniquelyhannah where she writes about student life, books and plants.

Dani Madanayake
Dani Madanayake

Dani is a 22 year old writer who's completing an MA in Creative Writing, Publishing and Editing. She's British, but currently lives in Melbourne. You'll either find her writing in her diary, blogging, or on Twitter, because writing is her favourite thing to do and she always has something to say!