Since we are a group of mom bloggers, I was wondering how many blogs do you each have?? Just one? Two or more? Are they business related, or personal? Just wondering?

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I just have the one
Just one - personal.
i have 2 but i'll soon have 3. One of them is just a place to yak, the other i try to keep for more serious subject matter and the third will be non free hosted and will be very much a niche blog. I'm really excited about it.
I only have one, and I don't know how I'd ever find the time for another one. I spend so much time on my current blog that I KNOW I'd be overwhelming myself if I tried to add another. Because I post several times a day, I spend a lot of time researching and writing, then promoting those posts. Too much to take on more than one. Lately, I've been posting once a day on Monday, Wednesday and Friday because I'm doing a series, Green Rooms in a Box. Check it out: http://www.greenyourdecor.com/?cat=1028
Oh goodness, just one!! I don't see how anyone has the time for anymore than that LOL
For now I just have one blog

http://conversationswithmoms.com

Eventually I would like to branch out with other ideas I have. First I have to get my blog on a roll. It's still a little uphill for now.
I have 3 blogs. I started out with just 1 and had all of the information jumbled in there and was posting 2-3 posts a day sometimes which was far too much for my readers to go through so I decided to branch out the different information to 3 blogs and people could subscribe to whichever one they were interested in.

So I have a family blog A day in my life, a party planning blog Munchkins and Mayhem and a crafting blog Currently Crafting

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