Dr Linda Hamilton
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What is your blog name?
Thanknest.com blog
What is your blog URL?
http://www.thanknest.com/public_files/php/info/Thankblog.php
Do you have another web site? What's the name?
Thanknest
Twitter URL
http://twitter.com/DrLindaHamilton
What is your site's URL?
http://www.thanknest.com
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am a Sydney (Australia) Mum of two and started developing thanknest.com back in 2010 when my daughter was just 3 months old.

One and a half years later, on Wednesday the 15th of February 2012, I went public with thanknest. I dedicated my first letter to Oprah, and have been sending thanks all around the world ever since.

I have also completed a PhD in Psychology and have used my knowledge to develop this positive website.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Find something positive that you believe in, only say what you really mean, and be creative :)
I have been blogging since...
Feb 2012

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At 2:49am on September 5, 2012, Mel Of Bacchus said…

Thanks for your friendship mate!

 
 
 

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