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I'm a mom of three, and they're all in different stages of growing up. A teen daughter, an "almost tween" son (who insists on being called Swag), and a little girl who's 2 going on 20. My partner is a tattooer and amazing artist. I love books, writing, history and museums, skincare, comfy clothes, the beach, & chai tea. Wow, that's a random list :)I've been through nursing school and decided it's not for me, so I'm back in school to finish my degree in English and Creative Writing.
What is your blogging philosophy?
My blogging style is still developing because I'm quite new to this arena. I guess you could say that I'm a work in progress. My intentions for the Tantrums to Tattoos site to just gab for now, share what I've learned, and share a laugh (or cry). The Bookish Living site is all about books. Reviews, a forum for discussion and/or reading groups, and my full intention is to create a book exchange program, but I haven't found a webby techy person for that yet (when I do find him/her it's going to amazing!).
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