I chose this name because I fell in love with "reading while feeding". I started the blog because I inspired by my transition to motherhood. So, of course, I am passionate about books and writing and momming.
When I'm working full time,sometimes there are gaps between my posts. When I am home, I try to write at least 2-3 times a week. Lately, I've been writing almost everyday.
I have few visitors to my blog... at least for right now. :)
I am a young wife and mother of two toddlers born ayear apart. I started blogging to stay sane - literally. My blog is a lighthearted (and sometimes, not so lighthearted) take on life, family and politics of this developing country who i live and love.
I chose to blog about my life, interests and my journeys through entrepreneurship.
I write 2-4 posts a week, at the least one.
I don't get many visitors maybe one or two. I am still working on it and I've really only begun after stopping for awhile.
I'm a wife and mother that started a blog to chronicle a new business it's since morphed into chronicles of life as a new mom, wife, and aspiring business owner. I wear many fashionable hats and I'm sure to touch on all of them at some point in time.
Im a 25 year old SAHM to 3 amazing children. I chose to write about my everyday life and all other topics that come up that interest me. Just started my blog 3 weeks ago so I am still in the process of adding more stuff, so please keep checking back and join my blog. I have gotten 393 visitors to my blog since starting. Any tips, suggestions, and advice would be greatly appreciated...pass the link on :)
I started blogging in June 2009, so I am a total neophyte. I blog about organic food, organic gardening and green living (with some parenting thrown in!). I chose the topic because I've become increasingly interested in it since having kids. I want their diet and environment to be the healthiest possible.
I post almost every day, sometimes a few times a day. I get anywhere from 20-50 visits/day, but I'm trying to ramp that up. I also just started an all-green social network on Ning at http://www.TwitterGreen.net. I'd love to develop a green "hub" to unite everyone with any sort of green interest. As the network's name might suggest, I tweet a bit, too, @EcoMeg.
Hi - My blog started off as a way to share pictures without sending emails. Now it's an outlet to share stories with the pictures as well as web tips to help fellow bloggers manuever through HTML coding. I blog at least three times a week and get quite a bit of regular traffic as a result.
Please stop by and become a follower. I'm happy to return the favor.
I have a new blog called Lana Lulu Creations at http://lanalulucreations.blogspot.com/. It is bascially a place where I showcase what I have created. Lately I have been learning to sew so I have been posting lots of girly outfits I made for my one year old daughter.
I write about 1-3 times a week.
I get random visitors.
Hopefully soon I would like to start giving away stuff that I have created.
* It is about a little bit of everything: recipes, how to's, travel tips and sample itineraries, deals, coupons, sales, saving tips, and just random chit chat about whatever is on my mind.
* I love doing research (weird, huh?) and I love helping people out. If one person finds my blog helpful, then it is worth it.
* I try to post everyday, some days, I feel uninspired and don't post anything, and other days, I a couple of times in the day. I am a working mom, so I usually post in the evenings--it helps me unwind after my son is in bed.
* I get about 15 visitors to my blog a day. Not too many of them are family and friends...my family isn't to supportive of my blogging. I definitely want to grow my readership, get more followers and hear back from my readers. Any suggestions on how to do that?
You can find our blog at www.missioncleankids.com My daughter suffered an almost fatal seizure and we discovered she had lead & mercury toxicity. We have learned how to live toxin-free and are now teaching other families how they can help their family's live healthy. Raising a healthy child is an everyday choice!
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Brittany is a director of the Toxic Free Foundation and created the first ever Toxic Free Certification Program. Weekly, Brittany publishes the Toxic Free Blog and provides coaching to over 10,000 families in the United States alone. She is the author of a Toxic Free educational series and co-author of several Toxic Free learning programs. Brittany is also an award winning author.