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If my mom blog could be featured in any magazine it would be....

O?
Allure?
Parents?
Business Week?

Which glossy would you love to be featured in?

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I would have to think about it- but my blog might be featured in Dane County Parents- a mag here for Madison WI area parents! Interview today so nervous!
Congratulations, Susan! Don't be nervous, you'll do just fine.

I've done tons of interviews -- print, TV and radio -- and each time when I'm nervous beforehand I always think after it's done: "Now, why was I SO nervous?".

It'll be a piece of cake.
Susan, let us know how it turns out!
interview went well- Of course had to bring up the Kathie Lee thing:) but other then that great!
Congrats Susan, it's great to hear!
Good luck, how exciting!
Rolling Stone, Dude....... Sick. But that's just my fantasy - realistically, 'O' or Parents.
If I could cook...Rachael Ray.
People would be cool.
Family Fun would also be cool.
Just don't wear a tassled scarf:)
Rachel Ray would be cool, you can say your more "lifestyle" as oppose to cooking:)!
I know really huh? LOL!
Better Homes and Gardens (Not for the 'Home' part though. Ugh. It would be perfect for a "Before" shot.)
Ann has the BEST photos from her yard, they're amazing if you haven't get to her blog and check them out!

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