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I'm a Christian, wife, mom and teacher (homeschool), with one almost 13 year old daughter. I love blogging, doing reviews, surfing the net and playing video games, reading, knitting and scrapbooking. We also love Disney.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I write reviews about homeschooling products, and other products I'm fortunate enough to test. I point people in the direction of contests on the internet. I also like to post pictures of our family vacations and participating in memes.
I have been blogging since...
March of 2008
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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 Tammy , My Daughter and I visited your blog it is really cute I also homeschool my Daugther and she likes it very much.
Angela & Angelica
I am also looking for Guest Bloggers please contact me if you are interested in writing for me about the following things:
1. HTML for newbies
4. Women's Health
5. ADHD and/or Gifted
Please note: if you Guest Blog for me, then I, in effect, own that post. I ask that you do not also post it on your site. You may put a teaser and direct your readers to the full write up at my site
If you would like to be featured in my “Link-Tastic” feature, please send me a direct link to your:
2. Tip / Hint
5. Product Review
I have plans to make my next issue all about homeschooling. So, if you are a homeschooler email me the following information: Blog Name, a small description of your homeschool themed Article, Tip, Hint, Freebie, Giveaway, or product review as well as a direct link to the write up on your site. If you make it into Link-Tastic, I ask that you put my button or link back to my site.
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