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The Write Gal gives advice about writing, shopping, and everything else (is there anything else?). My name is Christy (aka The Write Gal), a Christian, a Mom, a writer, and a shopper. I am also a freelance business writer and consultant, and a part-time college writing instructor in North Carolina. For writing, shopping, and everything in between, you have come to the "write" place!
I have been blogging since...
The Write Gal and the Little Write Gal
This is me and my daughter, Holly, aka The "Little Write Gal."
The LIttle Write Gal is 8 going on 18!
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Hi there! I am Brittany and I write Mommy Words. I just started a network for NC and SC bloggers and would love to see you there! It is a place to connect to other bloggers from the Carolinas and to find great blogging opportunities as we begin to reach out to brands.
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.
Thanks for the comment on the Blog design. That is one great thing about my career, I work in Marketing and I have all the skills of a graphic designer. I created the juggling mom image from drawing the mom to pulling clip art for the juggled elements. It was fun designing it. Don't be surprised if it doesn't change often because I will think of something new that I want to do to it.
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