Good Morning Mommy-momo,
First I'm new at this and got into it because I'm a Life Management Skills Educator - had a program I took into corporations for years and realized I was working with a lot of little boy and little girls in adult bodies! They all kept saying wish I had these skills growing up - wish I had learned how to participate in life. So, I developed a program for preschoolers - I want to help children grow up believing in their own truth and integrity. Which also helps Moms... thought why not get into a Mom Bloggers group... where I can do both.
I was a SAHM - my kids are grown, 31 and 28... I have friends of all ages - 19 to 86. I was an aerobics instructor for 36 years - I'm pretty fit - work out 6 times a week. So, dig your "running" and willingness to help others.
That enough for now... I'm looking for young Mom's who may want advice and wish to have good solid EQ/Emotional Intelligence info for their little ones to grow upon. Check out my site - I just got it up - I'm really new at all this - www.ibelieveinme.tv
Thank you! I'm still really unsure of what all happens here... but I'll try to figure it out.... It seems like building another blog - and I have so much to do on my site right now - I don't have time... but I can see that people reach out a little here, which is great.
Hi Mommy-Momo! Funny enough - I already read your blog! We both follow my friend Sharon's blog (Runner Mama) and have checked your blog via that link. Love it by the way! My blog focuses more on living frugally but has a strong emphasis on Toronto-area deals - nevertheless, I hope you enjoy the recipes and product reviews. I will definitely officially follow your blog and hope you find my blog interesting enough to do the same :)
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