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I am a mom to three ages 9, 5, and 4. I'm a freelance writer and the author of The Unauthorized Legoland Guidebook. I blog about family travel and other Smith Family adventures at www.familyadventureguidebooks.com.
I hope to work from home as long as possible so I can continue to be there for my kids. To this end, I run two businesses Class7Training an environmental health and safety training and consulting business and Family Adventure Guidebooks. My dream for Family Adventure Guidebooks is to produce a series of travel guidebooks written by moms to help families make the most of their vacation time together.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I am new to blogging, but having a blast. I try to make my blogs interesting and personal. I work hard to balance the need to promote my book and other business ventures with the importance of giving my readers something interesting and useful to read.
The Cross Pollination : Adventures of a Serial Entrepreneur doesn't get much attention these days, but I hope to get back to it. It is the place where I blog about kids, family, business and juggling all of the above.
I have been blogging since...
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