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I'm a wife, stay-at-home mom, home cook, marathon runner, and PhD. Advice, facts, and tidbits are constantly thrown my way. Some I take with a grain of salt, others hit me like a jalapeno pepper. And that's what this website will contain: advice (mostly about parenting and staying-at-home) that is etched in my brain long enough to make it from my mind to the keyboard. At the end of the year I hope to look back at which advice had a lasting impact, which should have had a lasting impact but didn't, and which advice I'm glad that I dismissed. I hope this website becomes a forum where we can discover how the same advice brought some of us hope and some of us despair. How the same facts elicited courage in some of us and fear in others. How the same tidbits that I chose to dismiss, changed your life for the better.
What is your blogging philosophy?
We are all in this together. Let's combine the best tips, tricks, and tidbits out there so we can enjoy motherhood to its fullest
I have been blogging since...
I started running marathons
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Thank you so much for your friendship! I look forward to chatting some more to you in the near future. These days I only follow my followers so please follow my blog and lets be blog buddies :) Stay blessed mate!
Hi there and welcome from The Girlz Korner where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from beauty, health, fashion, parenting, recipes and everything else in between. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment, we'd love to have you. Hope you enjoy your stay :) http://www.thegirlzkorner.com
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