Do you have a routine when you blog? Both working moms like me and stay at home moms.. I am curious how you blog...
At night?
First thing in the morning?
How long are you surfing when blogging?

How do you participate in other blogs? Do you comment daily? weekly?

Just curious!

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Well I am a SAHM right now so I usually get up check my e-mails and check out all the blogs I am following. Then I will post if I come across some great info.

I could spend hours on the net when I am not doing my mommy duties. There is so much great info out there!

I usually comment several times a week. When ever I read a post or someone share's some great info I let them know. I try to encourage others :)
I pretty much blog off and on all day long. It really depends on my mood. If I'm feeling ambitious then I try to write as many posts as I can. It comes in really handy for those days when I don't feel like blogging at all. I also set aside some time every day to visit a few of my favorite blogs.

Aloha
Kailani
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I recently started blogging in August and I am addicted. I try to comment on others sites in the evenings (after the kids go to bed). Otherwise I feel like I am reducing the mommy time (I too am a working mother), and I feel they get shortchanged enough. My blog comments are as often as possible, and only when I get an idea that I thing is worth writing about.) Do you have a blog? Mine is at http://susanchapmanfobes.blogspot.com.

Hope this helps.

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