My Husband or Significant Other Thinks Blogging Is.....

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My husband or significant other thinks blogging is....

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Something I do to get out of housework.
Most of the time, he thinks it's a waste to time, however he is proud that I am taking the time to do something I enjoy, and he accepts that!
...important to me even though he doesn't "get it" but he likes the money. :)

sharing everything :)

 

www.cindz23.blogspot.com

A wonderful way for me to "meet" new people and sort through the things that go on in my head...

Addicting and takes a lot of my time! :)

At the same time he thinks it's great that I can have influence and get in touch with companies!

So true Ellen!  It seems alot of moms and people my age are thinking the same topics as I think of and it's great to get such a variety of input!

 

sophieandmomma.blogspot.com


Ellen Teachey said:

A wonderful way for me to "meet" new people and sort through the things that go on in my head...

 

good for me, and good for him as it gets me out of his hair. :-))

http://www.auxilioabalto.us/et.al

Too much work especially since I work fulltime and starting my company, CareNovate.com concurrently.

Great and has much potential; expect for the few posts where I am "airing my dirty laundry" ... 

My husband is really cool with it! He even reads my blog!

Awesome because our Google check this month paid a few of our bills! :)

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