Edmonton, AB (Aug. 11, 2014) – This Birds Day (www.ThisBirdsDay.com) has been relaunched as an engaging digital magazine for Canadian women. Originally created by Edmonton writer, entrepreneur and social media influencer Sheri Landry in 2009 as a personal blog, the website has grown into an online community focused on life, food, family, travel and entertainment.
“Today, I am proud to announce that This Bird’s Day is celebrating its growth,” said Landry, the magazine’s publisher and a mom of two. “The website has transformed from ‘my blog’ to an engaging online magazine with a small but dedicated team of contributors from across the country with a passion for telling stories that matter to Canadian women.”
Featuring tips, trends and inspiration for living life with style, This Birds Day is where Canadian women click. Right now, readers can get tips on how to improve online productivity, breathe new life into old outdoor furniture, keep kids entertained on long road trips, prepare kids for back to school and more. With content updated regularly, there is always something interesting to read at thisbirdsday.com.
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Sheri Landry is a publisher, entrepreneur, writer and social media influencer. She has a knack for reaching the right people with the right message, always with a creative and personal touch. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Sheri is the owner of This Birds Day (thisbirdsday.com), an online magazine for Canadian women. She began blogging in 2005 and in 2012, she was named Canada’s top blogger in a national competition. Sheri was awarded a one-year contract, where she blogged from locations across North America and the Caribbean. She has worked with national and multinational companies developing online content and supporting social campaigns. She is also a guest lecturer at the post-secondary level, speaking to business students about the power of social media and personal branding. Sheri is frequently sought out by media for her expertise and has appeared on a variety of television morning shows and newscasts.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.