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My name is Amanda. II'm from a small town in Kansas just outside of Wichita. I'm a 30-year-old Mom of 2 boys. During the day, I'm a school bus driver, and by night, a wine-o. I wear my PJs to work in the winter when I feel like it (and I make them look fabulous)!
I cuss and smile a lot. Reader beware. But I keep it classy ya'll. I promise.
I'm a flip-flop wearing, Diet Coke drinking, God worshipping, digital scrapbooking, mommy blogging, always traveling, reality tv watching, Moscato chugging, Disney obsessing, amateur picture taking, beginner running, music loving, small town girl.
I am a travel writer for Traveling Mom and you will often find other travel articles I've written on here. I'm extremely proud and feel very honored and blessed to be considered part of that awesome network of Moms.
What is your blogging philosophy?
As a blogger, you need to remain consistent and regular. If you have some extra time during the day, schedule blogs to post on a day you may be away or busy.
A good blogger writes one post a day. A professional and outstanding blogger can walk into a room and write 5 posts just by taking a look around. Keep your eyes open for amazing writing prompts. Readers love connections.
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