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I live in a rural area of Central New York. I have five kids, four still at home, a wonderful partner, a cat, & a guinea pig! Our home is crowded with creatures and love!
I love to blog. I maintain six blogs at the moment and that number is subject to grow without notice. I use to have a lot of databases...now it is blogs! New ideas keep popping into my mind!
What is your blogging philosophy?
Depends on the blog. I have a personal blog where I let it all hang out, but that is on livejournal where you can control who sees each entry. If you have a livejournal account consider adding me, my user name is ivorygrace7.
My other blogs are eclectic. My healthy living blog which gets a lot of my focus right now (Not Your Typical Weight Loss Blog) is motivated by my personal desire to incorporate more positivity, passion, and play into my life. I have a family photo blog which all of my family contributes to, a hundred species challenge blog where I document the diverse plant species in my neck of the woods, an unschooling blog where I share educational philosophy and write about my kids, and a writing blog (for fiction) which is largely unused at this point.
I think my blogging philosophy is share, share, share, and if something doesn't fit, find a place for it!
I have been blogging since...
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