"I am really trying to catch up here :)
You are ALL such great bloggers!! (especially when you take into consideration that we're all probably blogging with one hand and parenting with the other)
If I have missed following anyone - Please grab…"
I've been staying off line as much as possible with everything else going on at the moment.. so sorry to those I haven't followed back!
If you do choose to follow, please leave a comment, and I will know to follow you back…"
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
Besides loving up my 4 kids, husband and a plethora of pets - I am passionately interested in HEALTH. Not the conventional kind (did you notice how many people get sick living the conventional way?) but a little off mainstream approaches to the best health and best life EVER :)
I am constantly eager to learn and share MORE of my discoveries of what works and what doesn't. I read hundreds of health related books every year - I attend workshops - and it seems it has become a hobby for me to collect certifications and diplomas in many different, complimentary approaches to quality longevity and unlimited health.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I'm not writing for money. I am writing because I can't stop myself from wanting/needing to share knowledge that SHOULD be mainstream, but is far from it. I want other moms to know how they can feel great, stay healthy, fit and pass on fantastic lifeskills and lifestyle habits to their kids.
Let's break the cycle of "coping" - let's begin our metamorphosis to the best ever women we can be!
I have been blogging since...
on and off for years - the Spunky Mama site is new - the old ones seemed "old" and I wanted a peppier URL ;)
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