"I just checked out your site--I am from the NJ Shore area. I think your site is great & was wondering if you are looking for a contributing writer!!
Please check out my site and let me know if you are interested!!
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I am a native New Yorker, eldest child, left-handed Scorpio. Becoming a parent of two crazy kids and moving to Bucks County, Pennsylvania sent my fast-paced, well-organized, Type-A world spinning beyond my control! That said, my other passion has become about balance, which has a different meaning for each and every mom.
If I were not in this business, I would be a football columnist doing Day-in-the-Life pieces each Sunday in the Fall.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Lately I try to live by a quote I adore, which says that "Life makes sense when we are centered in our own hearts and embrace our own unique journey." This is my journey.
I have been blogging since...
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I just checked out your site--I am from the NJ Shore area. I think your site is great & was wondering if you are looking for a contributing writer!!
Please check out my site and let me know if you are interested!! www.lifeasaceo.com
~ Chrissy MacCEO
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