From your email I went to your blog and it is really cute. I have been wanting to blog for some time now and I just set up my own page so that my friends and family could keep up with my little ones. My blog address is:…"
"Hi Shawntell! Thanks so much! I'm glad you checked it out. I think your blog name is so cute too! I am actually a runner as well. Let me know when you are up and running (with your blog, that is) - i'll come by, check it out, and become…"
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I am a single mother of two. Elijah 7 and Emery 4. I have a wonderful job that allows me to work out of my house and set my own schedule. I am active and recently became a runner. I try to include my children as much as possible in my physical activity even though they complain. I say..."you will thank me later". I enjoy doing creative and fun activities with my children. We have crazy lives but we love crazy so it works!
What is your blogging philosophy?
My blogging philosophy is to share my experiences as a working mother and the things I do to stay balanced. By no means am I an expert at this and I make mistakes everyday. I want to share the good, the bad and the ugly. In return I want to hear from my fellow mothers for advise along the way and have us all learn from each other.
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Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Hi Shawntell! Thanks so much! I'm glad you checked it out. I think your blog name is so cute too! I am actually a runner as well. Let me know when you are up and running (with your blog, that is) - i'll come by, check it out, and become your first follower!
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