My name is Sarah and I just started my blog, Sprout Reviews. My blog is a mix of product review and feature from a market research aspect with formal survey development & focus group review, fun weekend activities for families from crazy talented craft bloggers, and some fun thoughts along the way. Let me know if you need any advice, the newness is a lot to take in!
My name is Danielle and I am new to the blogging world. I would really like to get involved like you have in the blog world, but I dont know where to start. Im a big on finding new things to do with the kids on the weekend and love crafts and a big Go Green kind of gal. Any advice you can give me on developing my blog more would be great. Please come follow my blog and give me some ideas..http://danielle-makingthemostoflife.blogspot.com.
Hope to hear from you soon!!
Hi there I am Tammy and I am the author of the blog www.thismamaworksit.com. I write about my experiences in working towards becoming debt free, financial freedom, and starting my own business. As I learn about it I blog and tweet about it!
Hey Carla! I guess I'm semi-new too, even though I actually joined Mom Bloggers Club some time ago, I'm only recently trying to get back into the swing of things. The blog is in full swing though! The Arena Update (www.kooimans.blogspot.com) features topics like homemade baby food, Project Life, freebies & coupons, and fun stories about my adventures in substitute teaching & the theater and my husband's business trips to China. We try to keep it pretty fun, witty, yet infomal.
My other blog is http://galingngpinoy.com/ which is about the great talents and achievements of Filipinos. Charice is one of the Filipinos I already featured and also our Manny Pacquiao but it doesn't focus on celebrities only. Ordinary Filipinos who showed great courage to stand out is also featured..
I hope mommies here in this club will do check out my blogs and give me some advices on how I can improve my blog. I just started blogging January 2010 which makes me a newbie in this field.
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