Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Hi Kim! I have a blog focusing on beauty, fashion, and kid products and I came across your profile on the Makeup Mamas Group. I was wondering if you would be interested in partnering with me on a either a product review of giveaway. Let me know if you're interested!
Hi Kim, I love your philosophy of cosmetics for girls. There are too many chemicals used in cosmetics and we need to get back to basics and away from chemicals. BTW I put a vote in for you at startupnation, good luck!
Hi Kim! I saw your comment in response to hosting giveaways and went over to your site for a visit. I adore your product philosophy and would love to be able to get the word out about Good For You Girls! My blog is dedicated to introducing the best new products to moms, so I think this would be the perfect fit. I'd love to work with you!
I noticed your comment left on Koala Brains discussion on giveaways. I too have been interested in doing giveaways and began researching on how to get started. That is what lead me here to Mom Bloggers Club. I love deals and I love finding new products. Your natural skin care product, Good for you Girls, sounds awesome. I would love to review it or do a giveaway.
I am on twitter and facebook so I can get alot of traffic form there. I have a personal blog with followers I know will get the word out. Then there is my fairly new blog "Mama Snow's Blog" on which I would blog about your product line.
I will be looking forward to hearing from you.
I love the look of your products and site! Looks like we have a lot in common - natural, premium, mommy-pampering brands! Maybe we should be working together? We'd love to blog about you and/or do a giveaway. Let me know.
Parenting teens is hard enough, but parenting a troubled teen can feel impossible. Most parents simply don’t have the training in psychotherapy techniques, communication skills, and mentoring necessary to guide a teen through the troubled years of adolescence, especially when that teen is also struggling with mental…