Join Me at Bloggy Bootcamp in Baltimore!

Hanging out with bloggy friends online, sharing tips on Twitter, and updating Resourceful Blogging are all great ways that I get to connect with other bloggers – especially other mom bloggers – but there is nothing better than meeting face to face to share tips of the trade as well as a day of fun….

February 1, 2010
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Why You Should Not Write a Complaint Post

Last month my family went on a one week vacation to Walt Disney World. We had fabulous service at parks, restaurants, and our hotel, enjoyed countless rides and entertainment, and even found something exciting to do during two days of rain. On our final day, we waited patiently for the Magical Express to pick us…

January 29, 2010
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Week at a Glance – January 24th to January 30th

I cannot believe that the final week of January is already upon us. My “revisit in the New Year” list has far less lines through it than I had hoped, and my personal goal to exercise more has not picked up nearly as much steam as I had planned. That said, February proves to be…

January 24, 2010
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MB2.0 – Are You a Hybrid Mommy Blogger?

Last summer I wrote a post that came back to bite me a few times about bloggers and their relationship with members of the public relations field. Some of you will remember the PR black-out brouhaha, but what you may not know is how much incredible support I received in e-mails and Twitter messages about…

January 23, 2010
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#TU – Thumbs Up, Twitter Friends.

For months I’ve been meaning to share this idea, but there never seemed to be a good time. I tweet with hundreds of hashtags for anything from Sitewarming Parties to snarky remarks best suited to one big jumbled word. Tonight is the night I share my idea with the world. Okay, so for right now…

January 12, 2010
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The End of Blog Conferences?

In the last year there have been so many blog conferences for moms, women, techies, foodies, non-bloggers…okay, that last one was a stretch…that it has become literally impossible to keep track of what is where and when and why… But lately I’ve noticed that interest in these conferences has begun to slow down. Could this…

December 9, 2009
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Public vs. Private: Blogging Our Children

I recently read an article in Newsweek about the continuously expanding trend of moms writing publicly about their children. The article noted that Christopher Milne, son of Winnie-the-Pooh creator A. A. Milne, was so disgusted by his life as the original Christopher Robin that by adulthood he was unable to even look at a teddy…

November 24, 2009
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