Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I am a SAHM of three amazing children that keep me busy through the day. They are my motivation for staying frugal yet efficient. I fully believe that as a mom you cannot forget about "you".
Somehow, I seem to have lost a part of me along the way, and my blog is the journey of finding "me" again, enjoying life, traveling (with and without the family), loving my family, and experiencing new things.
I review products for: around the house, everyone in the house, technology, green products (beauty & cleaning products, mostly), and I love what I do.
Being a mom is the best job in the world.
Being a mom, and rediscovering the real you, is even better!
What is your blogging philosophy?
My true friends know that I am me; I wear my heart on my sleeve, always give the benefit of the doubt, and am always honest with myself, I stay true to what I believe in. Fortunately, my readers know that too, and trust what I write when I write about a product or a service. If I find pro's and cons, I'm not bashful about sharing it. If I love it, I gush about it, and usually don't stop.
I have been blogging since...
The little wonders in my life begin with them:
Oh my gosh, these pictures just brought me down memory lane. My two little loves in Dec. 2010:
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