The steps to creating a viral pin from scratch!
I’ve only been blogging for 3 months, and for one month I didn’t even blog!
So, really, I’ve only been blogging for two months since most of my time as a stay-at-home mom is spent…well, mommying.
Smart Mom Ideas is also a new concept for me and I’m still trying to figure out all this blogging thing and my goals for this blog.
But, then it happened.
Go from momster to funster as a fun mom!
I don’t know about you, but ever since I became a mom to my spunky-spirited toddler, I lost all energy to be fun. I’m the watcher that makes sure my son doesn’t get hurt. I’m the patient one when my son wants to try to put on his shoes by himself.
I’m the angry one when I’ve had it up to here, and my son just is too needy, and I need a break.
Yup, I’m every other mom except the fun mom.
The mom that jumps, skips, runs, and swings. The mom that laughs, dances, chase and lift.
What happened? For me, it’s not living in the moment. For me, it’s forgetting that I’m a stay-at-home mom, not a stay-at-home maid.
Get the lowdown of the first three months as a new blogger
I’m a mom blogger. It’s been three months since I’ve been blogging and it’s been a whirlwind, to say the least. But, what’s happening over here?
What’s the whole point of blogging if I’m not monetizing my blog, growing my email list and doing what ALL the other bloggers are doing out there?
Well, I am a stay-at-home mom.
Learn how to live on one income for good!
Are you itching to be a stay-at-home mom? I recently became a stay-at-home mom and found it a challenge at first to change our habits as a two-income family.
To live frugally wasn’t in my vocabulary before I became a stay-at-home mom. So, actively trying to cut back on expenses and live off one income was something brand new to me.
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How do you cut corners, save money for the long run and downsize enough to live on a tight budget?