Hi, I'm Latwan and I hope that I am not too late...but I am a stay-at-home/work-from-home new blogger. I am the mother of two wonderful munchkins, Eryn and Grant and run an event decorating business from home. I would consider myself a new blogger (since November '09) and started my blog as a way to understand and identifiy my feelings around being a SAHM after a lay-off from a very successful 13 year career as an HR Generalist with a major Fortune 500.
Although the blog started as a way to journal my feelings and connect with other moms...I think that I may...at some point...get into product reviews, parenting best practices and other stuff once I find direction, focus and manage to get both children to sit still (at the same time), long enough to collect a thought :-0
My blog Brighten Any Occasion was created for my business Sunshine Paperie - but then I had a thought that the title Brighten Any Occasion does not just have to be about paper...it can be about anything! So shopping, parenting, freebies, recipes etc. Looking forward to expanding my resources!
Hi! I'm Olga and I am new to blogging and to MBC. I love that so many smart women and their great blogs can be found in just one place. I am a mom of 2 boys (my older one just turned 2, so I no longer have the distinction of saying that I have 2 under 2!) and I am a health and nutrition writer for the women's magazine called First for Women. My blog is about my journey to better health, more energy and a trimmer tummy after baby number 2. After all, my career depends on it, because it's so important to look healthy and slim when you're dishing out healthy eating advice to other people, right? I am backlogged with posts, but they will be up soon so there'll be fresh new content today or tomorro. But in the meantime, please read my Diary of a Fat Nutrition Writer at www.fatnutritionwriter.blogspot.com. During the first two weeks, I tried Ann Louise Gittleman's Fat Flush Smoothie Shakedown - and I lost 10 pounds in two weeks. Not bad for an overworked, stressed mommy!
Hi! I'm Brenda and I write stories from life. I have two blogs, one for women (It's A Girl Thing) and His Story, a ministry blog I'm a mom of four, am currently going back to grad school, and looking forward to writing more as my school work winds down. Just learning the ropes in the blogging world, and this looks like a great place to start!
My name is Jamie. I am a kinda crunchy, twenty something mama to four.
My blog started out in November 2006 as an online pregnancy journal and has since made it through two high risk pregnancies and has turned into-what I hope will become- an engaging blog about my kids and informational about things like cloth diapering, complete placenta previa, etc.
Hi, I'm Brooke and I started my blog, Know Your Story.net this past February. It's something that I have been wanting to do for a long time and finally got over being nervous and just did it. It's about preserving one's family history through their family photography, photos/photography in general, and of course my kids! At this point I am trying to navigate my way with social media and gaining readers. I end up spending most of my time researching promotion and trying to promote then actually working on family history and posting.
I went in search of a mommy blogging networking site so I could learn from others and eventually (hopefully!) some day be helpful to someone else. I am so excited to have found this site!!
Hey Brooke! I love the idea of your blog! We have the same “idea” of preserving stories, only mine is more about writing and sharing, and yours is about photos! But what a great resource – as a scrapbooker of 17 years, I started when I had two kids and now up to four, and have been toying with the idea of digital scrapbooking – so I look forward to learning from you!
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