Hello! I'm looking for a mom blogger that home schools to write for my Family and Parenting blog. This is for money - I can't pay a lot, but I do and will pay my bloggers.
I don't really need someone who home schools but I am interested in homeschooling myself and I think it would be a great way for people who aren't home schooling, or don't understand it, to learn more about it.
You can read more about what I am looking for here, and to see if you think you would be a good fit for my site or not:
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Hi Lynda! Glad to connect with you here on Mom Bloggers! I am a stay at home wife and mom who works at home. I have two kiddos, "Sean Sean" (boy 4 years) and Sherry (girl 2 years). I am truly blessed that I am able to stay home and take care of my family and my hubby is a great man of God! I love homemaking, encouraging women to find their God given gifts and talents and pursue them, encouraging women to have multiple streams of income flowing through their home, maximizing energy and health so that you can handle kingdom business, hospitality, spending time with family and friends, and "talking about it all"!! LOL....
Please help me out and I will do the same for you! After all we all here to help and support one another :o) Starting in July I have my blog launching called VMOMS which stands for Virtuous Moms of Multiple Streams! I am filled with excitement as this is one of my many passions. So if you would take a moment to do the following:
Hi from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty articles on every topic imaginable and was created over a year ago. I truly designed my blog simply for the joy of sharing info. and never expected it to take off the way it has. I also never thought of adding a Followers section until now and because of all the awesome blogs listed here, I'd love to offer my readers the opportunity of connecting with you as well. So please ... come on over and see me some time. Have a great weekend.
Hi Lynda...this is Richele the group leader for the Mom Link Round Up. We cannot accept pages as submissions to the round up. We need specific articles. The links you provided go to a header page and not your specific article. To get a permalink you need to go directly to your articled and copy and paste the link in your link bar above. I am very sorry but we do not pick the articles, so we cannot include your links in the round up if this is not taken care of. Please accept my apologies...and I hope you understand. you have wonderful articles! I also write for the examiner...but I've not submitted anything recently. We normally do not accept non blog submissions...but at this time we will in order to support moms...the examiner is a wonderful place to write! I do hope you get this message before 10pm tonight when the round up closes. If not, please submit again in two weeks. Thank you.
Good morning Lynda. I am getting ready to put up the post for this weeks Mom Link Round Up and the links you left on the 23rd don't go to a specific post. They're all headers. The links need to be perma links so I know what post is the correct one to put up. Thanks so much and if you'd like to participate, just shoot me the 3 perma links! Thanks so much.
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