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Now that school is or about to be back in session, do you think you will have more time to blog? Or less?

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This year I'll have more time; this is my first year as a SAHM. In my other life, I was a teacher!
I hope so. When both my girls were in school full day for the first time, I thought I was going to have loads of free time to do creative work on the computer.

I was in for a surprise as it turned out that the older they got, the busier our lives became after school which meant that I was running around like a crazy person from 3:00 pm and on, which meant that I needed to get done ALL of the household stuff during the day and that left little time for anything creative.

I hope this year is different, although with my eldest entering high school, I'm having some doubts.

Andrea
www.thecreativejunkie.com
I'm going to have less time. Now that our youngest will start 1st grade, I'll be working days. So there goes my free time, but I'll be home at night for dinners, homework, jammies, bedtime stories....all the things I miss now.

Elle
More since my son will be occupied in the am
I am hoping to have more, well at least on certain days, but of course now that I said it.... murphy and his damn law will come ruin it somehow!
LOL
I think I will have more. DS2 will be in afternoon preschool this year & afternoons are when I am usually on the computer.

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