"My daily schedule for my 2 little girls - I've been using this for a few years now and it makes the transition to a babysitter or nanny (or auntie or grandma) go smoothly if you are getting help during the week :)"
"This is a very inspiring list! Happy Mother's Day, all of you mompreneurs! :)
I started blogging 3 or 4 years ago after I had my first baby. Just last month I started my own full service web company which I am very very excited about.…"
"Rebecca, just left a comment on your blog but I was mistakenly signed in under my SnicketyInk google account, but that was me :) I don't have time to do crafts while I'm in school but I do have some fun with my kids' food. Here's…"
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i should be napping but instead I'm: blogging, writing, making music, crafting, cooking... my other blog mama brain is about how I am on a quest to use the skills I learned managing a business in my new role as Chairmom of the Brood...
What is your blogging philosophy?
1) My Content. Almost every post is my original (well, that’s up for debate but I think you know what I mean) writing content or points to my original work elsewhere (writing, music, recipe, whatever).
2) Integrity. My links are actually things I’m interested in, not just trades with other people so that I can get a link on their site. If I review a product, it will be an honest review not a good review just because they sent me some free stuff. I’m going to be proud of income generated by this blog. I’m not going to suck up to the ‘big people’ in this world but I’m not going to hold it against them either.
3) Generosity. I am going to link to other sites if I refer to them in my post, whether I like the site or not. I am going to leave comments for people when I have something to say. A lesson learned from motherhood: there will always be people out there who will make unkind judgments no matter what I do, so I might as well follow my heart and do what I think is best.
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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