Are Mom Bloggers ethical?

  Now, before you get your panties in a bunch, I am not against mom bloggers. I am a mom blogger myself and blog almost everyday at www.thismamasays.com. I created this entire web site based off some content I had read online about how “unethical” mom bloggers are becoming.   ...more

iPhone Apps for New Mothers and Mothers-to-be

This is a very popular app for expecting mothers.  It is the Pregnancy Tracker from whattoexpect.com.   ...more

I hope everyone enjoys these helpful sites that I add for moms.  If you have any ...more

Reorganize Your Time

There has been problems associated with ineffective time management that includes constant rushing, frequent lateness, motivation, energy and low productivity. We all do have 24 hours a day, some feel like we have no time at all, some do manage to get their work done as well as to have time enough time left over to simply enjoy themselves. Vilfredo Pareto, an Italian economist had created a mathematical formula to describe the unequal distribution of wealth in his country, observing that twenty percent of the people owned eighty percent of the wealth. The 20 ...more

Moms who are passionate about new businesses

Hi there fellow mommy bloggers. Who out there has proposed to start their own business in 2010? I am betting more than half of of you! 2010 is a great year to start your own online business.So you're asking. What can I do? There's a lot you can actually do if you put your mind to it. Don't fall for those pathetic schemes "I make $60 hourly online through Google!" That's complete junk and don't fall for those. What I am talking about is really hard work but very rewarding. If you want to start your own business in 2010 here's just a few ideas......more

Giveaway: Enter To Win This Bottle Drying Rack

by Sarah Welch & Alicia Rockmore Two weeks ago, a fellow mom sent a group message to a few of her Facebook friends asking them to list the accomplishments they were most proud of in 2009. It was neat to see the responses from others, some of whom we knew, some of whom we didn’t. Answers ranged from the birth of a child to finishing a book. One reply in particular caught our eye… ...more

Researcher Says Women Have 30 Hours of Leisure Time a Week

Brigid Schulte of The Washington Post recently took on University of Maryland researcher John Robinson's claim that women have 30 hours of leisure time a week. She was so annoyed, in fact, that she called him up. He told her to keep a time diary. What did she find? ...more

You have found the key!  It's all about "perspective."  That will probably save ...more

I Mourn Normalcy

I recently borrowed the first season of Felicity from a friend, since I am a sucker for almost any show on DVD. For those of you who had better things to do in the early 2000s, I'll recap: In the first few episodes, Felicity lays claim to her life, and starts making her own choices. She moves far away from home to go to college in New York, and discovers the joys of cereal machines in the cafeteria, dorm life, and general freedom in refreshing 47 minute increments....more

Moms and Morra Mele, Stop Hating Feminists!

For feminists like myself, the assumption that we’re all just uncaring, over-educated childless bitches who hate kids and want to kick every man in the crotch is an overblown (tired) stereotype....more
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