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im a 31 year old mom to 1-1year old little man,2-doggies,6-cats,several baltimore city alley cats,and 1-husband.I love animas and taking care of my family.I use to be a restaurant and catering manager and bartender before I had to stop working because of complications from my R.A. and chrones disease.I recently started a blog about what moms go through trying to take care of their familys when they limited or no income( like me ) so I can still have a way to help others and still be home with my family.
What is your blogging philosophy?
write from your heart.Anyone can start a blog,but I wanted to give back and try to help other moms and women going through what I did and still do.If there was ablog like the one im starting when I first had to stop working ,maybe It could have help me not go through what I did so now I want to make sure I can help others in that same situation .I believe that blogging can really be a positive and helpfull thing and that is exactly what made me finally decide to start mine.I have learned so many ways to handel not working and now I want to help others do the same.
I have been blogging since...
6 years but I just started my own blog two weeks ago.
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Welcome to MBC! We are glad to have you here. We look forward connecting more with you here. I'm a Super Mama who has a family friendly blog. I also have a weekday blog hop called Exposure 99%. Come find out for yourself. This weekday blog hop helps you get more dedicated readers and blog followers. Hope you link up weekly. If you have any questions about how to link up do not hesitate to let me know. Visit me @ One moment in time, I'll sure return the love :-)
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