I have been blogging since 2008 and yes, there have been periods of time when I think my words are pretty much spent. 'I've talked about this before' or 'No one's commenting so is anyone even reading my words?' or, a thought that happens more often than not, 'I re-e-e-ally want to write out this experience but if the people I'm writing about read this I would be mortified. I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings'. These thoughts, and some others, have held me in what I thought was a blog…Continue
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I thought today was a fitting day to tell the story about one of my favorite school events. When Mackenzie was in the 2nd grade, her school held an event to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. They used this event to show the kids that no matter how different we may be on the outside, on the inside we’re all the same.
That in itself is very nice, but…Continue
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I have 3 kids which means in our time and like everyone else, we’ve sold a lot of crap. We’ve sold cookie dough, pizza making kits, wrapping paper, God awful things they considered “gifts”, magazine subscriptions and of course, Girl Scout cookies. We are VERY lucky that the elementary school we’re at now doesn’t participate in item sales – they just ask us for pledges and donations at the beginning of the year. And then nickel and dime us the rest of the year, but that’s a different…Continue
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By Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D.
Are you alone and wondering how you'll be celebrating the holidays this year? Whether you're divorced or widowed, a single parent or the spouse of a deployed serviceperson, it most likely seemed easier when you had a partner to share in the planning. But now that you'll be the one creating the holiday mood, take advantage of the freedom you have to develop customs that are just right for you. …
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Conversation with hubby from 2 weeks ago.
"That's cute" he says while pointing in the window of New York & Company.
This coming from hubs who hates shopping and couldn't buy himself a shirt if he only had…Continue
Added by Vanita on May 6, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Thank you to each of the mom bloggers out there who I don't know but together create a community of support. My story and Little Patient Big Doctor is profiled today on CNN.com. Part of the reason is the positive community of support we give each other. Seeing each of you succeed gives me strength to believe that my…Continue
Why do I blog?
It's a question I've been asked, been pondering, been mulling over, been justifying quite a bit lately. As I try to shape this space into something that people enjoy and can relate to, yet is still uniquely mine, I have to make choices and try to be interesting. Try to engage, persuade, entertain, inform. I blog to connect with the millions of people out there like me, who…
Added by Rebecca Whitney on February 17, 2011 at 11:11pm — No Comments
Please add your links to my free directory at http://theblogentourage.blogspot.com
I feature other bloggers on the homepage, post practical blogging tips, and welcome guest bloggers.
And I've just started a Facebook page, where you can post links to your own blog posts on the homepage/Wall and share all of your promotional/giveaway/networking links on the Discussions tab. I just started it last week and we're already…Continue
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Now that the world knows what I knew back then, I can blog about it! Tennessee’s attorney general, Bob Cooper, announced on Friday, October 22, 2010 that Fisk Alumna, Dr. Carol Creswell-Betsch, stepped forward with funds to keep the Stieglitz collection at Fisk University. To the shouts of many on the outside of the Fisk bubble, a Fisk alumnus was doing what alumni around the country do daily, support their school.
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Granted, the (relatively!) new millennium has already brought with it a myriad of new terms being coined to keep up with the advent of social media & constant technological advances. Though the jury is still out on the efficacy of many of them, I’m throwing my hat in the ring & coining one of my own! Whether or not it ever makes it past the borders of Crazy Town is neither here nor there…frankly, without the …Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on July 8, 2010 at 10:31pm — No Comments
I have decided to enter my very first blogging contest! No, not for the fabulous cash prizes being awarded. Yeah, I didn’t believe me either. However, cash aside, I was drawn in by the topic itself. Blog commenting, & any & all topics surrounding it. Since the inception of Crazy Town, I have built an incredible community of friends & fellow bloggers, through the exchanging of comments & I’d be lost without the support of said community. We rely on each other to validate what…Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on July 6, 2010 at 7:57pm — No Comments
Earlier this year, Chase Bank created an entirely new approach to corporate philanthropy. The program, Chase Community Giving, let people help decide where Chase donated $5 million. So far, millions of votes have…Continue
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