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Sometimes books are judged by their covers. They just are. I do it even though I hate to admit it. What I’m saying is your blog needs to look good.
If your content is good why hold your blog back …
Last month the Pentagon lifted the ban on women in combat, allowing women on the front lines (and potentially in a selective service draft)
The feminist in me says, “Hurray! Equal rights for girls.”
The mom in me says, “WHOA …
Circle of Moms, hub for all things blog and part of the mega Pop Sugar Internet conglomerate of happenings, is looking for the Top 25 Tech Moms and Evolved Mommy is in the running.
To say I’m excited would be an understatement.
This week while focusing on New Years Resolutions, 2013 goals and my annual year in review, I was introduced to the concept of “One Little Word” by my friends Jackie & Gina. This practice of choosing one word to carry with you throughout the year has it’s roots in scrapbooking, but it can easily be applied to blogging or just life in general.
Can you pick One Little Word?
Sometimes I get unnecessarily excited (like when I spell “unnecessarily” right the first time). But today my excitement is totally legit.
Here’s my video message back to the Arkansas Women Bloggers in response to the amazing honor (and absurb bio of me).
This week I asked my friend Amy from OurEverydayDinners.com about the best treats to leave for Santa, the Reindeer and the elves. Amy is my go-to girl for all things food because I am lazy and don’t want to spend hours of my life searching my Pinterest boards. I pin things on Pinterest, but then never ever go back to them. That’s a different topic for a different day, though. Back to Santa…
Guest post by Jennifer Mullen
My parents don’t understand. When we visit them, I am on my phone or laptop, my husband is on his iPad, and the kids are on the iPod.
They see these devices as divisive.
What they don’t see is what I see:
Steve and I were headed to my parents’ lake house in Scott, AR, on Christmas day 2007. The lake may seem like an odd choice for holiday festivities, but it truly is gorgeous. And my dad is the Clark Griswold of dock lights. Well… if Clark only had one strand of those big colorful lights and an oversized faded red bow.