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I'm living the life of a Submariner Wife! I'm go the Navy wife bootcamp everyday and I'm loving being a mom.
Tara and her beautiful one year old daughter currently live in Submariner capital, anxiously awaiting the return of her hubby, who is currently deployed. She writes about her life as a Submariner Wife on her personal blog This Military Mama as well as for the Military Bliss channel at Blissfully Domestic. She provides weekly articles at Type-A Mom, as the 20-something Mom's topic editor. You can also find her at Party Planning Professor writing about ways to celebrate with loved ones who aren’t near in her column Celebrating with Distance. She is also being courageous enough this year to weekly Vlog her successes and failures of healthy eating at NewBaby.com. Tara enjoys shopping for the perfect outfit, shoe hunting, and scrapbooking. She currently is relying on good TV [ahem, Lost] to get her through this deployment.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I believe in honesty. I believe in being open with my writing. I love connecting with my readers and other bloggers.
I love to help other women, parents, bloggers, and friends with honest reviews, real pictures, and examples of why it worked [or if it didn't] for my family and I.
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