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i! My name is Katie and I am from Virginia. I was an almost success story until the day I found out I was pregnant. Since then, I have become a single parent to an amazing and beautiful daughter- so this is my life, 2.0. A little different than I thought it was going to be, but better than I ever could have imagined.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I think blogging should be an honest, and often times raw, portrait of life. It should be an expression of who you are, who you want to be, and how you're getting there. Blogging provides a platform where you should stay true to who you are, listening and considerate of others and their opinions, but a place where you're not afraid or ashamed to be truthful and upfront about philosophies, beliefs, issues, ethics, humor, personality, and art.
I write about our world (me and my daughter's) and I write about our world (the one everyone shares and lives in together). I like to write about things that make me happy, things that outrage me, ways to make a difference- how to do something meaningful, pop culture, figuring out how to be the best mom possible without losing myself in the process, and proving everyone wrong who said my story would be over if I had my daughter!
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