Joined 12 years ago from Pennsylvania
After spending over a decade in 'corporate' America, I have put everything on hold to raise my family and work on my first true love, writing.
I have learned so much in regards to writing, keyword research, and the importance of backlinking from the community here at HubPages. If you are not yet a 'hubber', and you want to get started, take the tour located here. The tour will give you a great overview of the program.
I have many interests in life and I plan on writing on a wide range of topics. Some of them currently include: Inexpensive Weddings, Positive Affirmations, Preschool Education, and Cultivating Friendships.
I blog regularly at Tech Tools 4 Mom, offering insight and news regarding technology and iPhone/iPad apps to help busy moms.
I also have a regular, normal, plain-jane mommy blog that I try to update as much as possible. You can read about my diaper changing, housecleaning, boring life there if you are interested. The Floundering SAHM
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