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I think I'm taking a bigger bite than I can chew. I just started blogging in January for the first time ever. Yes, a month ago. I was feeling the urge to reconnect and find a place to find other moms, SAHM that are also going through what I am. I am really enjoying this time to put out my two cents on all the crazy it is to be a mom.

Once I started finding and looking at all your great blogs out there it motivated me to do the same. I thought, "Hey, I could do that." What a great idea to be home with my daughter and still find away to make some money or at the very least find discounts for all the things she needs.

I think the look of my blog is slowly coming around but I think that I'm trying to do too much at once. My goal is to progress my blog into a "real" product review blog with actual companies. At the moment I'm juggling getting more followers, streamlining my page, joining other blogging communities, and tackling the blogging learning curve. I think I am going stop trying to do everything and just do one thing at a time.

So I want to thank all the mommies out there that have stopped by and became followers of my blog. This blog is still evolving so be patient with me. If you have any tips or how to-s, I'm all ears. Well, in this case it would be all eyes. HAR HAR!

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