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Hi I am a mother of a preschooler who is doing alot of different things in the online world. I do ghostwriting, working on entering the freelance writing world. I also do online article writing mostly at Squidoo.
I also have an online store at Zazzle called AddMoreColor. There are plans for expansion to other stores and a own website..I also write a blog about simple gift ideas for all kinds of special occasions.
I look forward to getting you know more mothers and your lovely blogs and hopefully we could teach one another how to create great blogs that would benefit everyone!
What is your blogging philosophy?
philosophy? hmm I guess to provide good gift ideas so they wont go cracking their head to get the right gift, or feel the need to resort to a gift card(that is fine sometimes but not just because you didnt know what to get) well hopefully my blog could shed some light.
I have been blogging since...
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Hi! I noticed you have a Zazzle shop. Me too! I also do a lot of blogging on Squidoo, though my main blog is via blogger. I'm also originally from California, though I'm in Texas now.
If you let me know how many entries you have and it's under 60 I'll try to post the giveaway you have on my other blog, suchfuntogive.blogspot.com. If your other giveaway has less than 30 entries by December 14 let me know how many it has and I'll try to post it too.
Hi there. Time is precious to us all, I know. But, if you're a petite woman & would love to read great articles about the best things that come in small packages or even know someone also that would ~ come on over for a visit and stay a spell ... we'd love to have you.
I became the mother at the age of 20. The feeling I got is inexpressible. I was not prepared to take this responsibility. I was unemployed. My mother died when I was very young. I had to struggle a lot to earn a livelihood. It was a very struggling era of my time. I cried when I…