Interview with Lorena Mark, founder of Lo-Mark Knitwear: being a mom boss and breaking fashion stereotypes.

Originally from Argentina, Lorena is the name of the creator of Lo Mark.

It is in her country that she discovered mesh work. This ancestral know-how has been passed on to her through the many local workshops she has worked with for years as a stylist.

Lorena has always had the taste of travel, the desire to explore the world. She put down her suitcases in Spain then in Paris and settled here.

The Top 5 Motherhood Podcasts

According to social media experts, conversations are quickly changing from "hey, did you watch...?" to "hey, have you listened to...?". The increasing popularity of podcasts has resulted in a massive amount of options to choose from and we might not even know where to start. To make this task simpler, here are Blisshood's top 5 motherhood podcasts. I'm positive you'll discover something you love.

Interview with Dominique Farrar aka Wannabe Française: on her love for Paris and her "happy" places in the 16th arrondissement.

Dominique Farrar is the face behind the blog Wannabe Française, where she documents her life as an American expat in France. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she recently moved to Paris with her French husband and her two-year-old son.

Find out why she fell in love with the city of light and what are her happy places in the up and coming 16th arrondissement. 

On Postpartum Depression

Keeping with our mission to support women, along with highlights and interviews of moms that inspire us, this space is also being used to address issues that affect mothers.

For the first edition of Blisshood Topics, we are taking a look at Postpartum Depression. Guest blogger A.C. Jorez shares her honest experience about this condition and lists the main signs to look for in order to know if you might be suffering from PPD.

Interview with Cindy Castronovo: On running the 2018 Paris Marathon and the importance of a having a positive mindset

Five years ago, Cindy moved from Barcelona to Paris. The fact that they had no close friends or family members around led Cindy and her husband to find challenges to occupy their free time. One of these challenges was running the 2018 Paris Marathon. At first, the idea of running a marathon for the first time seemed intimidating. But thanks to the motivation from her family, coworkers, rigorous training and a strong mindset, she was able to cross the finish line. She shares with Blisshood how she did it and how “when there is a will there is a way”.