That was a great post. I left a comment (apologies for it being so long) on your blog. I am also enjoying your homeschool section.
Emmi, I've only had one similar experience. I will say that I was at a park where most children are…"
"I tend to avoid blogs that appear to have been taken over by reviews and giveaways. There is an art of reviewing. Some do it well where you can tell that their review is based on ACTUAL experience using the product and not the press info they read…"
Thank you for taking the time to rate my blog. As of today, I am making some major edits that will take me the month of June, so please DON'T rate my blog, but feel free to visit and "be careful" of the construction zone."
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I'm glad to see this group here. I am new to MBC and finally decided to join and participate in some of the groups. I'm a green and natural, vegetarian cooking, book reading, homeschool teaching mother of three (one daughter…"
Do you mean under each section or just text after text like on your blog? With the template I'm using, it is set up in a magzine style where I can choose placement. Let me know what your thoughts are and help me better understand your…"
"You have a lot of great info on your blog. Whenever I go to a new blog, the first thing I look for is an "about me" section. I always like to read about the person whose blog I am checking out so I know a little about you, where…"
I had a hard time, but it isn't difficult. I believe that I was too impatient and didn't want to take the time to learn how to do it right. My only suggestion is that you have a copy of all of your posts and graphics/images before…"
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