Pamela Price – Blogging and Community – The Texas Wildflower

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Pamela Price The Texas WildflowerPamela Price shares her blogging journey which interestingly enough began when she was the managing editor of Louisiana’s Country Roads magazine. She has added author, homeschool mom and now hyper-regional online publisher to her journalism and blogging resume.

On this episode of the San Antonio Bloggers podcast, Pamela shares the joy of community building. She offers insight to fellow bloggers of how she has been able to successfully pivot her audience as her interests have shifted and grown.

She most recently launched The Texas Wildflower. As publisher and executive editor, Pamela can be found wandering along the Edwards Plateau from San Saba to San Antonio to Austin chasing down stores rich in history and uncovering the hidden cultural gems all along the Texas Hill Country.

Learn more:

Bowling Alone by Robert D. Putnam

Red, White, and Grew

Books by Pamela Price on Amazon

Laura Aplin – Public Relations, Motherhood and Community – PR Mommy

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Laura Aplin is a public relations professional, at LHA Public Relations, who chronicles the adventures of the PR world and motherhood in San Antonio, Texas.

On today’s episode Laura shares how she was able to incorporate family life as part of her community focused  business. She also offers words of wisdom to fellow PR Pros who are ready to dive into blogging. Laura’s business continues to thrive driven by her creativity and the relationships she has fostered in the community with bloggers and influencers in San Antonio.

Learn more:

San Antonio Cancer Council with photos from the #mycancermystory campaign

Laura blogs about the ins and outs of PR projects and family life at

Dr. Cynthia Phelps Interview: At the Crossroads of Mental Health and Technology

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Dr. Cynthia PhelpsDr. Cynthia Phelps works at the crossroads where mental health and technology intersect.

On today’s show we learn how technology can be a great benefit to tracking and potentially improving mental health.

Learn more by reading her blogs: is geared towards health professionals. is written for individuals interested in learning more about mental health and technology.

During the month of November, Jennifer Navarrete interviews bloggers from San Antonio, Texas. This is part of National Podcast Post Month 2017.