"I use an alias for all my kids (19, 13 and 11 daughters). My reasoning is as follows: I don't want to expose them to predators; I don't want their friends finding the blog and harassing or giving them crap about it; Because…"
"That's tricky. I did a guest post for a woman I adore. She and I are similar in a few ways so I was not really concerned when I accepted. Then, as it became time to post, I had some anxiety. My readers know <i>me</i> and…"
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I have three daughters, 19, 13 and 11. They're full of drama and aches and pains. I also have a husband and four dogs. To say we have a full house would be an understatement! Oh, and I'm in the process of applying for law school.
What is your blogging philosophy?
Blog when you can and only if you want too. If it becomes a chore, it's not fun anymore.
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