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Tina is passionate about social media and building community with women bloggers (yeah, ok and some men, too) . She loves meeting new people.
She's a writer, wife of an OG (that's Original Geek in the tech world) and mother of three children. One is a teenager, and two have high-functioning autism. An advocate for autism awareness and education, as well as acceptance, she writes for Examiner.com as the LA Special Needs Kids Examiner and at TypeAMom as the Special Needs Parenting Editor. She views autism as a growth process and the opportunity to connect parents for support as a privilege.
She seems stuck in 3rd person a lot, after writing so many bios. She wants you to know that Starbucks and her cocktail shaker keep her "mostly sane."
She blogs at Send Chocolate and at Autism Sucks, a community blog she founded for parents in the trenches of autism. She doesn't take herself too seriously, it's only life.
She is probably not near as funny as she thinks.
What is your blogging philosophy?
if it doesn't kill you, laugh your ass off about it! Then get up off the floor, and write! Maybe others will find the humor in it, too.
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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.
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Thanks & I look forward to reading your future blog posts.
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