I don't talk about politics, I read the responses and its for what many may think is odd. However I don't know what the future holds for me, I may decide to run for some sort of office or something and my views on something may change however once it is out there for the world to see you can't take it back and one thing I learned over the last year is if you have ever changed your mind it can be used against you. So I figure if I leave it out of anyplace public it won't haunt me if I change my mind after receiving more information.
I don't talk about a few other things that go on in the house, I don't want a pitty party on my blog so I don't post it.
My family including my in-laws all know where to find my blog. I don't think any of them read it regularly, but I know they have visited my blog in the past. I don't talk about sex ever. I don't discuss my husband either. He would kill me if he thought that I discussed him or our private matters, so I keep some things off of my blog. I just started blogging so so far it has been a non-issue. I also don't talk about politics either. I have also never mentioned my kid's real names either - even though that may be so silly. I just don't want their real names out there so I guard that information and use their nicknames. It makes me feel a little less paranoid.
No politics. It gets people too riled up and that is NOT the focus of my blog. Nothing too personal, no religion, nothing embarrassing to my family (my children and many family members read it!), and very little negativity. I am not a negative person anyway, but my goal for my blog is to personalize my business by giving a sneak peek into my studio, my creative process, my home life and I how integrate everything and also provide tips for fellow lampworkers and jewelry artists.
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Brittany is a director of the Toxic Free Foundation and created the first ever Toxic Free Certification Program. Weekly, Brittany publishes the Toxic Free Blog and provides coaching to over 10,000 families in the United States alone. She is the author of a Toxic Free educational series and co-author of several Toxic Free learning programs. Brittany is also an award winning author.