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www.pinkkoaladesign.blogspot.com
Pink Koala

I chose to blog about my life, interests and my journeys through entrepreneurship.
I write 2-4 posts a week, at the least one.
I don't get many visitors maybe one or two. I am still working on it and I've really only begun after stopping for awhile.

I'm a wife and mother that started a blog to chronicle a new business it's since morphed into chronicles of life as a new mom, wife, and aspiring business owner. I wear many fashionable hats and I'm sure to touch on all of them at some point in time.

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I just follow you. Mine is http://mommylicious.net.
I'm now following you. Please return the follow! Thanks!

www.savvymoxie.com
Hi There,

I'm now following your blog and you can find me here to return the favor if you'd like: http://kidsclothingwholesalebargains.blogspot.com/
I am following you from Living Smart Girl
Following!

I just launched 7 new sites :o)

My original is http://theredheadriter.blogspot.com

I would love you to visit and follow.

They can be reached through the navigation bar depending on what you like...Personal Journal, Food & Recipes, Contests & Giveaways, Decorative Interiors, Other Stuff and Crafting & Selling.
Hi Katrina! I'm now following you. You can check my blog out at http://mommyisgreen.blogspot.com/

Thanks,

Victoria

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