Phewww!! I think when I left off there were only 400 or so wonderful Bloggers on this site and now there are 625++ so I have a ways to go, please forgive me if I have not yet gotten around to your blog.
I just wanted to put this out there:
I would love for everyone to follow my blog, but I'm not sure that if following me is the best use of your time or energy? So please don't feel like you have to follow me at ALL!! Only follow if you feel like you'll get value or any good nuggets from my Blog! :-)
I retired from my business, gave up a 6-figure salary so that I could have more TIME for my family and more TIME for adventure. I am sure this resonates with many of you moms who may have done the same thing. I'm redesigning my life, figuring out how to be "location independent" and having fun all at the same time.
Lots of articles about personal development, and then some about lifestyle design!
I am so honored to be a part of this group! Thank you!!~Makenzie
Hi all, I'm working my way till the end, I will be following all of you before the end of the week,
so I,m guessing you will probably will be following me also,
Please do . Thanks you for doing so too,
I jumped the gun and posted before I got to everyone. But now I think I have done it. If I missed anyone, please let me know via my MBC email so I definitely see you! I followed, subscribed to RSS feeds and if I saw it, I also subscribed with Networked blogs and followed with Twitter. Please follow me back and subscribe (to RSS feeds and to Networked Blogs too if possible) at: www.fatnutritionwriter.blogspot.com www.twitter.com/healthyolga
I am adding a second blog. I'm already a member of MBC with a blog and following most of you already. I'm going public with my new blog today and I just added the "follow me button" to this secret blog ;-)
I've been secretly blogging to my family for a few years, and decided to come out of the closet with my serial renovator blog.
I became the mother at the age of 20. The feeling I got is inexpressible. I was not prepared to take this responsibility. I was unemployed. My mother died when I was very young. I had to struggle a lot to earn a livelihood. It was a very struggling era of my time. I cried when I…