Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am a Danish mom living currently in Germany. After some very hectic years in shipping industry, I decided to take a break and find out, what is the real activity I would like to do in my professional life. The search began on Facebook, looking for the different activities women over the whole world are involed in. Also discovered that there are plenty of blogging moms at the Web. However the majority of the interesting and English-writing bloggers seem to come from US and Canada. All the most wonderful activities for bloggers at the Web are also American. It is truly inspiring and learning experience, but as a blogger from Europe would like to challenge the non-US bloggers to more visible at the Web.
My blog/site/network is focusing on the women activities, businesses and ideas worldwide, featuring them at the site wwomenglobally.com. Currently I have plans about developping the site and searching for co-bloggers or guest-writers to cooperate with.
What is your blogging philosophy?
W-WomenGlobally is the initiative to create the platform for promoting the businesses, projects and ideas made by women worldwide.
The site is connected with the community http://w-womenglobally.ning.com/.
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Hello Alexandra, thanks for adding me to your network.
I just loved your description telling us how youy became a blogger and social media woman. And also I could see a little bit of myself in your blogging philosophy.
I hope we can find things to talk about and share here and on our online projects.
Hi Alexandra! My Mom blog is kind of on hold for the moment as I am very busy with work. I have been keeping my photoblog up, though. The address is: http://molfetta-daily-photo.blogspot.com
I'll check out your blog soon!
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