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Makeba Giles is Founder, Writer, and Creative Director of MELISASource.com, and inspirational blog that gives readers life, culture, and current events…the positive way. She is also a married mother of 4 very busy children ranging in age from college student to kindergarten. Makeba uses her presence in social media to share her sincere love for life and all things inspirational. A self-proclaimed “down-home girl” who does pretty much everything in heels, she is (as she calls herself) “A little bit of Country, and a little bit of Rock-n-Roll”. A woman of many hats, she is oftentimes forced to be a true Jack of All Trades; and she does her very best to master them all (or at the very least be somewhat good at them). You can find Makeba on her blog, as well as Facebook and Twitter.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Motivation. Encouragement. Life. Inspiration. Self-Awareness.
--With so much negativity in society, I felt the need to create an online environment where people can escape from the chaos and stresses of day-to-day life, as well as (hopefully) discover new ways to deal with them. As I share with every topic, post, and photo, my mission is to provide a sense of optimism, enlightenment, sometimes humor, and most of all, help and hope.
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Hey Makeba! We would love for you to get involved in your Mom Bloggers Circle. Please make sure to accept my friend request so we can get you connected with others in our circle. It's a great way to get your blog out there and to meet other mom bloggers like you.
Welcome to Mom Blogger's Club! I hope you enjoy your time here and find it helpful! I know it can be overwhelming at first but I promise, you'll be a pro on here in no time! I write a blog called The Adventures of J-Man and MillerBug. It's a blog about my life with my two boys and I do some pretty cool giveaways (OK, I think they're cool! Do you?)
Every weekend I host the Finding New Friends Weekend Blog Hop. It's a great way to find new followers and friends as well as get to know more of your fellow mom bloggers. If you're not familiar with a blog hop, all you have to do is add your blog to the list. Participants then "hop" from blog to blog to find great new blogs! It's a ton of fun! I'd love to have you join us. It's going on now so come on over and link up! You can find it here: http://www.jmanandmillerbug.com/2011/09/finding-new-friends-weekend-blog-hop_22.html#more. Be sure to leave a messge if you join up so that I can follow you back!
Let me know if you have any questions or if I can help you with anything in your blogging journey! I look forward to being your friend!
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