I'll be the first to reply to my own discussion:) I've had a blog for a long time, but never really kept up with it. Just recently I updated it and geared it more for business with education involved as well.
But today, I decided to start another blog!! This one is more of a personal blog, a mommy blog:) This blog will contain more personal experiences as a mom of 5, a doctor and a home school mom; basically a mom of many hats...
I've always wanted to keep a written journal, but never really found the time, so since I seem to be on the computer a lot, I figured why not?? So, please visit my mommy blog it is called: http://drmommychronicles.com
Share your blogs here and we can link to each other:)
I have 3 - a food blog, a kids activity blog and the last is a private one I use to organize a local walking club. All of them are personal, but my food one is my favorite and probably gets the most attention from me.
I have had one off and on since Blogspot was brand new.
Nowadays I maintain 3: Untraditional Home--my homeschool/unschool Christian geek family photo journal Elasah.com--my art and illustration/business website Graced Designs my web design hints and tips/business web site
I also maintain a Zazzle site for prints and products with my work as well as an artwanted site though I mostly just keep up with the personal and art web sites--the others I update much less often.
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