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Hello All You Wonderful Mom Bloggers,If you visit my blog We Are Earthformed you will see in addition to content I love to participate in blogger giveaways. Since late December I've been doing more and more blogger opps and giveaway participation and my readership has grown some, but my following on Facebook and Twitter by leaps and bounds. I'm learning more and more how to engage others and taking the time to do so. I have six blogs (yes 6) and I'd appreciate follows and comments (as time…See More
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I'm a mom of two and avid gardener. My blogs are filled with giveaways, blogger resources, information on SEO, parenting, relationships, weight loss and fitness.
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I blog for enjoyment and to make money for my family. My articles and insights are genuine even if I do accept sponsorship for posts and link advertisement. I am starting to learn that blogging is a great way to find like minded people with which to connect.
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