My blogs are : http://www.josieswindow.info
it's about family, health, home, and environment, because I'm a stay at home mom, I just want to share everything I know, so others can learn one or two things in my blog http://www.josiesfilipinorecipes.blogspot.com
it's about food recipes in the Philippines I want to promote our food delicacies to other people in the world, and also to my countrymen living abroad.
I wrote 2-3 posts a week
yes I have, I put a flag counter in my site so I will know who and from where my visitors are
Hi! My blog is called Can I Taste It Now? (because it's something I hear from my 3-year old quite often!) I blog about my family, fun, and FOOD! I'm a kindergarten teacher, off for the summer, and I'm currently doing a series of posts about the alphabet activities I'm doing with my preschooler. I tie in outings, cooking, and lots of fun activities. I post several times a week and usually get around 40-50 visits/week, but I'd love to increase my blog's visibility- Please stop by! http://canItasteitnow.blogspot.com
I blog about life, love and the pursuit of happiness in the country with three kids and an ever-changing number of cattle, horses, dogs, cats and chickens. Life is hysterical and filled with folly. Nothing could provide more fodder for commentary.
My visitor base is ever-growing, thanks to Twitter, giveaways and friendly referrals from other fabulous bloggers. I usually post on a daily basis, though I often take Sundays off. I take my own photos and occasionally share home/decorating photos from renowned sources.
I share recipes and kid advice, discuss happenings here at the funny farm, and generally have one-sided conversations with the world!
I'm not a mom yet, but DH and I are going to start trying in the next few months, so this seems like a great network as we prepare!
Anyway, here's my info! The blog I contribute to is http://blog.experiencela.com. It is specific to arts and cultural events happening in and around Los Angeles. There are several contributors to this blog, all with different interests and perspectives, but with the same goal in mind: to share arts and culture in Los Angeles. I was turned on to this site by a friend, and appreciated it so much that I recently started contributing. And we have many visitors, but I think this blog has so much to offer that more readers are always welcome.
Although I'm not yet a mom, this is something that grows more important to me as my husband and I plan for our future with kids in mind. I was lucky enough to get to study art and music in school, and take field trips to museums and concert halls. When I hear about budget cuts in schools and how the arts continue to be eliminated (if they even exist anymore in schools), it just breaks my heart. It is so crucial to learning and development imo. I don't think enough is being done to provide alternatives. ExperienceLA is a public service in Los Angeles that, imo, attempts to do that. There are so many great, and FREE events that parents can take their kids to and expose them to new forms of art, theatre and music in ways that kids would really love. People just don't know about them. In addition to my eyes being open, I've been taking my young niece and nephew to symphony concerts designed for kids, a Wizard of Oz themed art show, different dance experiences, and so many more. And they're always surprised by how much fun they have! I'm so happy to be able to expose them to such wonderful things.
Anyway, sorry for the ranting. I really am passionate about this, and want as many people in LA to be able to discover the fun things I have. And even if you're not in LA, I hope this blog inspires you to go out and discover the wonderful arts and cultural events in your area, or to take action and find ways that your community can offer more of these kinds of activities. It is so important.
I'm excited to check out everyone's blogs! Thanks!
I write about romance novels and writing because I'm a published romance writer. I want to let readers know about my books, how I come up with my stories, the real person behind my books, and sometimes the craft of writing. I write about what it's like to be a writer who has a real life and a family and a day job.
Sometimes I interview other authors, writers, and editors.
Other writers and readers tend to be my visitors. Several have befriended me.
I try to write a post daily but at least 3 or 4 posts weekly.
Sometimes I hold contests and give away a free book to one of my fans.
This Monday, July 13, 2009 my next book releases "Doggy Style" at http://www.total-e-bound.com so I'll be talking about my story and giving free excerpts.
I am very happy to join the Mom Bloggers Club. I started my blog in January 2008 and I've been dedicated to building my Rodan + Fields direct selling business. The blog has been very useful and many have found the content every useful to find out about this awesome work at home opportunity and also to find out me as a team leader. Check these sites out when you have a moment. Hope have a great day!
My blog is http://thriftycraftmama.blogspot.com and it's about my life as a thrifty, craft-loving mom of two toddlers with baby 3 on the way. I picked the topic because I love making and doing crafts with/for my kids. Crafting isn't very popular in my local community, so I was hoping for (and found!) an online community of people with similar interests. I write posts most weekdays. I get 80-90 unique visitors per day, and most of them are not people I know in real life. I have quite a few regular visitors now, and I really enjoy reading their comments and visiting their blogs.
* Why you chose that topic to blog about:I chose to write about single motherdom and being the Only Active Parent (O.A.P.) I call it. Not only am I a single parent. I'm the ONLY parent. This presents a unique set of challenges (and advantages).
* How many posts you write a week 4-5 posts a week * Do you get visitors to your blog (besides family and friends: Maybe 2 visitors that have commented recently? :(
I would like it to become a place for information and interaction for OAP's. Opies!