Just thought I'd pass on my own "Jenny From THe Blog". I talk about all sorts of psychological, mommy-rific, women-centric, internal musings. And I'd love to hear your thoughts! Frame A Mind…"
"Though I am currently on hiatus from blogging (working on a children's book instead) I would love to join the Jennifers! I am a 1970 baby - beat that!
To Jennifer Juniper - I too am a Jennifer Juniper when my mama sings to me :)"
Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am a mom of 2 young girls, a wife, an animal lover, a daughter, a psychologist, a worker, a volunteer, a teacher, a tired human, a slacker, avid reader, watcher, observer, etc. And I try to share my observations through my blog. I think this has saved my sanity.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Weave together 8 years of grad school,
1 doctorate in psychology,
15 years working with kids & families,
6 years real life mom experience, and
1 wicked sense of humor and here is the result!
I’d love to hear your thoughts.
I have been blogging since...
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