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Here's a Toast To: A Frest Start With New Friends...........

It happens to us all from time to time. We find ourselves engulfed in negativity. Negativity is soo incredibly bad for us. We all want to reach a higher ground with supporters not naysayers. No one wants to have their dreams shot down, their goals shattered or just pooooed on.... so I located a wonderful new spot for myself called Mom bloggers Club. I'm excited about the 3 friends I've just met and look forward to getting to know each of them.

For me Mom Bloggers is my fresh new start. It's a time to breath fresh air, start over with a new view on my goals and my new motto is "if you don't want to play positively with me than your on the wrong tour bus". I love to meet and mingle and network. Keeping it positive and uplifting is a great way to help each of us as we work toward our goals and live our dreams.

This toast of sparkling apple cider :) goes to all the Positive Mom Bloggers everywhere. May you continue to shine and reach everyone of your goals.

Until Next time...

Ps: Stop by and visit me anytime at www.AliciaHunter.net (Healthy Living & A Balanced You) I'm still working on the design stuff but I always

enjoy company...

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