Diana Blinkhorn is a professional content creator, social media strategist and owner of TheGrayRuby.com. Her site caters to the everyday mother, sharing the real and raw side of motherhood with hopes to inspire others. With over 6 years of experience in social media marketing Diana has built a business in this ever evolving industry. With a loyal reader base, and a lot of hard work, Diana has created partnerships with some well recognized brands such as Royal Caribbean International, Disney, and Zephyrhills Water.
She has a true passion for her work and genuinely loves what she does and that translates through to the content she creates and the relationships she has created.
Her specialties include travel journalism, motherhood storytelling, and holiday inspiration.
She is a mother to 3 little girls, married to her husband Scott for 10 years, and she lives in Tampa in a 117 year old farmhouse. She loves to travel, the beach and is known by her friends as a chips and salsa connoisseur.
Cover of the May Issue featuring Tampa Bay’s Favorite MOMFLUENCERS
Sharing my favorite Sweet Treats from Walt Disney World
Body positivity: do it for you & them with guest Diana Blinkhorn
“It’s really important to maintain [the] historic feel of my home while adding in my own modern style,” she tells HGTV.com
Diana Blinkhorn, a Florida-based lifestyle blogger and mom of three, discovered Kondo’s approach last year and, inspired by her book and TV series, decided to put the methodology into action. But she added her own financially-savvy twist: Instead of donating the clutter she was clearing, she’d sell it on Facebook Marketplace. Here, how she raked in a cool $2,000.
“If you’re looking to make extra money for the holidays, you should consider selling items you don’t want on Facebook Marketplace. That’s what mommy blogger Diana Blinkhorn recommends.”
“Last year I sold my old and unused Halloween costumes and was able to make enough money to cover the entire cost of the new ones,”
“Diana Blinkhorn from theGrayRuby.Com knows a thing or two about Halloween. She has been dressing her family in elaborate themed costumes for the past 4 years. This year she is skipping the store bought costumes for more of a D-I-Y look”
How being a girl dad made me a better man.
Fantastic family halloween costumes
“I want to redefine what it means to have “mom style,” says Diana. “I like yoga pants and Nikes just as much as the next mom, but when it comes to my diaper bag, I want one that is sophisticated, stylish and functional. I don’t want to give up on the idea of having a stylish bag just because I am a mom.”