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24 Year Old Blogger/Writer behind Stylish Southern Mama. I keep all my fans updated on all the latest Products; Beauty, Fashion, Kid Products, Tech, Software, Home.. and more! GIVEAWAYS as well. I am a WAHM and have 2 amazing kids-- Aidan (6) and Adisyn (4)
What is your blogging philosophy?
To write honestly and with as much passion as I can muster. I love sharing NEW products and hosting amazing giveaways. I love to read & write! I am a learner at heart- I definitely have hoarding tendencies towards books, binders, beauty supplies, and craft supplies. I love to sew, crochet, and digi scrap in my spare time.
Hi there. Time is precious to us all, I know. But, if you're a petite woman & would love to read great articles about the best things that come in small packages or even know someone also that would ~ come on over for a visit and stay a spell ... we'd love to have you.
Hi from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty articles on every topic imaginable and was created over a year ago. I truly designed my blog simply for the joy of sharing info. and never expected it to take off the way it has. I also never thought of adding a Followers section until now and because of all the awesome blogs listed here, I'd love to offer my readers the opportunity of connecting with you as well. So please ... come on over and see me some time. Have a great week.
I wanted to let you know that I am following you from MBC, "New Bloggers Looking For New Followers" group. I am hoping when you get a chance you can follow me back at http://www.britneysbeautyblog.com and http://www.britneysbeautymark.com. Also, I would love to place a link to your site on my blog if you want to do the same with my blog on yours. Please let me know by sending me an email regarding this and it has been nice meeting you via the web.
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