How to start writing about life again on your blog

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I was in this habit last year: Every post seemed to just be a sponsored post, or a contest. Yawn *rubs eyes*. Not that those were bad. It was just what I felt was right back then, what I should have been doing. I would look at other mom bloggers, and they seemed to be blogging about events, products, contests, brand ambassadorships, and whatnot. Hey, I was ... Continue Reading

Have You Given a Mom-Blogger Hug Lately?


Trust Grace to always manage to put a smile on my face. After coming from a tiring weekend (which involved two days of caring for a sick tot), here she comes Monday morning bringing sunshine into my email inbox. She wanted to share a graphic that she lovingly made to "award" blogs that have inspired her, both popular and lesser known (like yours truly). I ... Continue Reading

Back from the Beach, and Back to Blogging

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Well, that was an awesome four days at the beach! My family and I are super-charged after a much needed vacation. My husband and I also celebrated our 4th wedding anniversary -- woohoo! Yes, we went to Boracay, and it's as beautiful as people has said it is. It was my first time to go, as it was my son's. Catching the awesome sunsets each day; playing in the ... Continue Reading

Twitter Productivity for Moms: 5 Tips for Tweeting More Productively{Part 2}

Twitter Moms

(For Part 1 of this Twitter Productivity post, click here.) I am on Twitter often. If I'm not in front of my laptop, I'm tweeting on the go with my phone.  Most times, I'm just lurking or perusing. But since I've become super busy with my writing job, I've had to plan my Twitter use so that I'm productive in all areas: work, social media, and most ... Continue Reading

Twitter Productivity for Mom Bloggers: Is it Possible? {Part 1}

Twitter Moms

I've been tweeting for a little over a year now. Prior to that, my Twitter account was rather stagnant. It wasn't until I started connecting with other blogging moms via Twitter that I really saw how powerful a tool it was. But while Twitter has much potential, it can also make one, such as myself, a "master at the art of time-suckage" (Yes; I quote Winona ... Continue Reading