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I'm the Editor of, and regular contributor to the Life Blog from LightArrow, Inc., which is dedicated to bringing you tips and tricks about personal productivity, time management, and getting things done. LightArrow develops super-powerful, super-cool personal and business apps for the post-PC era. We're a team of doers who have dedicated our professional careers to the challenge of leveraging state-of-the-art information technology to solve problems that matter to people. We are productivity enthusiasts, and enjoy sharing our knowledge with our readers. As moms are highly organized, many of our readers are moms and our blog includes posts that are very relevant. I'm interested in including guest posts at the Life Blog, and I'm also interested in contributing to your blog. You can contact me via marketing[at]LightArrow[dot]com.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I enjoy writing posts that help our readers use technology to reach their goals of getting things done, getting organized, and de-cluttering their homes, which reduces their stress and allows them to spend more time doing the things they really want to do - like spending time with their family.
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Thank you so much for your friendship Marilyn! I look forward to chatting some more to you in the near future. These days I only follow my followers so please follow my blog and lets be blog buddies :) Stay blessed mate!
Hi there and welcome from The Girlz Korner where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from beauty, health, fashion, parenting, recipes and everything else in between. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment, we'd love to have you. Hope you enjoy your stay :) http://www.thegirlzkorner.com
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