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I am a Christian, Virtual/Homeschool mom of 3 who lives to honor God and help my children to realize their potential. I started this blog as a way to connect with and support other virtual schoolers on this amazing adventure!
... because babies want to see the world too... part new mommy blog, part travel site. Written by a NYC based mom, traveling near and far with son and hubby. Travel tips, product recommendations and more!
Undiscovered Indian Treasures is a space where you will find the bewildering mix and confounding colors of Indian kaleidoscope. This blog is an endeavor to bring all the information related to unknown and lesser known destination in India at one dais on p
My idea of writing this blog is not to personally attack any religious group or public figure. This is merely my own view of things and how everyone and everything should be. Maintaining my diginity of being a Pakistani, I will highlight some of the negat
This is my blog where I talk about my experiences living here in the United States of America. Living in a foreign country immersed in a different culture can often be quite a struggle. But, I live life as it comes, and I am happy just to be with my fami
One woman's story of motherhood in the wake of a post-partum mood disorder. It's about picking up the pieces, striving for wholeness, being authentic & healing my life. Did I mention I live in Mexico? Add a little chile & limon to the mix & here we are!
Who names their kids after a piece of chocolate and a clown? Apparently, we do. This is my record of the things Chip and Bobo said or did that made me want to laugh, cry or run for the bottle of Pepto Bismol.
I am a reader, I feel like I always have been. I am constantly surrounded by books in both my personal and professional worlds. I have read excessively since the second grade. I have attempted, again and again, to keep a list of the books I've read and