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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Shameless self promotion!

Do you read WorkItMom? If not, why not? It's a way cool 'social networking' site for working moms. No matter if your work is as a SAHM, an executive in some high-faluting office, a doctor, a lawyer or whatever.

Well, this week they are profiling me. Yup, me! I'm so excited because I have been lucky enough to have spent a wonderful evening with the founder of this site, and she is so delightful. And, for what it's worth, she has the cleanest house I've ever visited. :-)

So check out the site, register, and find some friends. You'll see plenty of folks you know and love.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Arwen said...

I am part of Work It, Mom! and I will check it out. I just snarfled wine reading your comment about the legos on Jen's website (one plus two).

16/3/08 4:57 PM  
Blogger Daisy said...

I like Work It, Mom!, too. My daughter thought she was making fun of me by saying, "Mom, that's just Facebook for grownups." I told her yes, we working mothers need a network, too!

17/3/08 7:48 PM  

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