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Stephanie Sheaffer works in the PR industry by day (part-time, from home) and blogs at Metropolitan Mama by night. She has her B.A. in English, her Masters in Educational Counseling, and dreams of pursuing her Ph.D. She hopes that someday she will appear on the Oprah show and is currently working a book to land her into that illustrious book club. She considers time to be her most precious asset and she guards it fiercely. When not blogging, sk*rting, writing, or working, Stephanie enjoys spending time with her handsome, heroic husband and her adventurous, adorable daughter. She is fond of running, reading non-fiction, and thinking up ways to help people in need. She also confesses that she watches Lost and Psych, but never on TV (time’s too precious to waste on commercials).
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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.
I saw the button on your blog and popped on over. I watch Lost and Psych too. In fact I make sure I never have anything going on Friday nights during the season so I don't miss an episode of Psych or Monk. What a dweeb huh? :)
Hello, Stephanie. I just checked out your blog and LOVE it. I'm adding it to my google reader. Can't wait to read more. Non-fiction is my favorite as well, and I'm aspiring to work from home as a freelance writer. Take care. Mary
Hello Stephanie we have the same name so I just had to say hello. Turns out we have a lot in common, in fact I am trying to figure out my path to the Oprah show as well and I almost obsessed with Lost, the show I love to hate. Nice to meet you and great blog!
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