June 22, 2007
In case you miss me on the days on I don’t post here. I also blog at these places:
Answering the question, how do you do it?
My other personal blog that I began last year to answer all the questions people ask me, dispense my sought after advice (HA!), and just talk about things that don’t fit on this blog.
This is a group blog I write with four other people (three moms, one dad) for Parenting.com
A blog I write for the company Handipoints. The main focus of the blog is raising responsible kids. I write about chores, allowance, all sorts of responsible kid raising things. It ties in with the Handipoint chore charts and website.
What is Handipoints?
Handipoints is a free service that allows you, the parent, to create and manage online chore charts for your children.
You can rate the children’s performance and how well the task was completed by using the Handipoint system. The points have a dollar value that you assign.
The children can then redeem their points for approved rewards, either online or in a walk-in store. This helps to teach your children the value of hard work, having long term goals, and saving for things that they want
The newest babble blog, drool.icio.us where I write about new, innovative, hip, sometimes stupid, baby products.
I love writing over there. It has all the fun of searching and shopping, but without spending any money. It justifies all the hours I spend just browsing around the internet. Research! Honest!
And last but definitely NOT least, BlogHer, an organization I love. I am an editor blogging about DIY home repair. A passion I don’t really talk much about here for fear everyone’s eyes would glaze over. Because they probably would. I can debate a minute purchase for months. Decide on one thing. And then get to the store and order something completely different. My husband loves this about me.
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