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In my search for the "perfect blog" I came across a blogger that is helping mom-preneurs and their businesses.

I belong to a wonderful group called, The Mom Entrepreneur Support Group. It is an interactive group that allows mom entrepreneur members to network with one another and share their stories and advice for balancing motherhood and running a company. (Membership is free)

While reading an e-mail from one of the members of The Mom Entrepreneur, I came across an e-mail from Abbey Fatica. She asked if any members would like to be a part of her new blog, Living My MoMent. Abbey mentioned that she wanted to help mom's with their businesses by offering free advertising on her blog.

Her idea was , "to be an advocate for those MoMs earning a living by being their own boss and by keeping up with the demands of Motherhood. I will also have a blog that will give my thoughts on living in our country today and how my family is surviving the downward turn that our economy has taken and the sacrifices that this mom has to make"

I contacted Abbey and sent her the required information. Grandma's Shoppe is now featured on Living My MoMent. Living My MoMent is filled with daily MoM tips to make your life easier, MoMbiz specials, MoM Give-a-ways, and recommended MoM books.

Abbey's husband John helped create a beautifully designed, and well organized blog. If you are a mom entrepreneur and would like to be featured on Living My MoMent, please contact Abbey
Thank you Abbey for your wonderful blog. Grandma's Shoppe is looking forward to keeping up with your new adventure.
Robin

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