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Setting a Good Example for My Children

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Guest post: Cissa Fireheart blogs at Heart of Fire, and when she’s not there or Twittering, she is busy being a full-time student and mother. And going to Disney World, as many times as she can convince her husband to let her go. Before moving back to the Sunshine State, I worked full-time while my […]

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15 Tips for Attracting and Connecting With Non-blogging Readers

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Guest post: Tracy López is a writer of multi-cultural fiction living just outside the DC Metro area. She blogs in Spanglish about the joys and challenges unique to bi-cultural families at Latina-ish. Blogging without readers is about as much fun as throwing a party and having no one show up. Whether you’re blogging professionally or […]

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Remembering When

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For this week’s Viernes Social, instead of a contest, we’re featuring a heartfelt guest post from a local Latina blogger. I appreciate the post she wrote, as it’s nice to hear about motherhood past the preschool or teenage years. Guest post by Maria Padilla of Orlando Latino. Maria is a journalist who formerly worked at […]

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Let’s Hear What you Have to Say!

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Because work is ridiculously busy and I lost a week’s worth of work last week due to a family situation, I will have to work late and extra hours at night from home. At least for a few more weeks until a big deadline is met. Sooooo….. Suffice it to say that I won’t be […]

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Please Don’t Hate Me: Guest Post by Melody Feist

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Guest post by Melody Feist of Feist Family Fun. I have an issue that’s been weighing on my mind for years but that really came to a climax last weekend. Not being a very confrontational person, I thought I’d throw it out there as a rant to the general public. Here’s what happened: Trent, Camden […]

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