Once I rid myself of highfalutin’ ideas like “I won’t let my kids watch TV” and “My children will view me as the moral and spiritual authority in their lives” I have been a lot happier being a work-at-home mom to my eight-year-old twins. Now, I’m falling short with less guilt and have a lot more time and emotional energy for important things, like Twitter and secret sale sites.
I started a blog a couple of years ago while I continued to recover from my first career, practicing law for 10 years. In retrospect, this was a bad way to convince my tech-impaired husband that I now work from home because saying I’m blogging and tweeting all day sounds to him like Internet dating.
I am a freelance writer for a few blogs, and have been published in the Tampa Bay magazine, Go Momma, and the former Mommazine magazine. I also write blog content for various content marketing companies. Making this tiny amount of money keeps my husband off my back about what I actually do all day.
If I ever talk about a product on my blog, I will certainly tell you if it was given to me for review or if I purchased it myself. Some of my product links are affiliate links, but I only write about things that I really and truly love or think you need to know about.