Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I have two children. Lily is 10 and Jack is 8. I used to be a
teacher, but I'd like a more flexible career so I can be
available for my kids more. A few months ago I realized I
had become a mother who did nothing but focus on her kids,
so I made a decision to try and do something fabulous. I wrote a book on pregnancy and babies and now I'm looking for a way to turn writing ino a career so I can be with my kids
when I need to be, while still pursuing my own dreams.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I don't have a blogging philosophy because I'm not quite sure what "blogging" is! This is my first foray into the blogging world. So far, I think it might be like chatting with girlfriends, only maximized! Sounds great!
I have been blogging since...
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Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Hi Julie from another Minnesota Mommy. I envy your ambition to stay home and going for it! I know how you feel, I have decided I am way to far behind the technology for my age and I started a blog its hard! But I think it might be fun once I get going!
Thanks for the response. I have no idea what to do now! I don't even know what a "URL" is. I put my E-mail address. I'm sure that's a no-no, but I didn't
know what else to do! So, now can I go on and comment on other "blogs"? I'm not much of a runner (unless I'm being chased of course), but I do love to
jog. I recently moved into an old house with old hard wood floors and I ruined my feet. The jazzercise didn't help either. I'm looking at Cortozone shots, or
living in pain forever. I haven't decided which is worse. If I ever get better, I'd love to check out your RunningMommies group. Thanks!
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