August 25, 2008

I'm Building another Blog...And Yippee for Back to School!

Insanity has taken over. Actually, I want to bring more focus to Inspired Day by Day. I also want to highlight my Squidoo lenses and provide them backlinks without taking away from either site. I figured the best way to do this is to build a blog that focuses exclusively on my Squidoo efforts: Squidoo to Do for Me and You

This is not to say I won't try to slip in a lens here and there on Inspired. You know what they say, the more links the better. I'm just trying to get a little more organized web wise...

Speaking of organization, my oldest daughter went back to school today! Yippee for me and the little one! Now I'll be able to use the computer at will, and hopefully, get back to better posting, reading, writing, and working. All without sleep deprivation!

We did last minute school shopping yesterday. You know when I was in school we never needed all the stuff they need today. I swear manufacturers and schools have joined together and created a monopoly on school supplies (or would that be a conspiracy?).

Gotta have this, gotta have that...Just wait, I'll probably be harping about the special teacher's list she'll bring home tonight--all stuff she must have by tomorrow.
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4 comments:

  1. MUse:

    Very good. I'll be reading you other blog regularly.

    I know what you mean by back to school, and all of the stuff our kids need now days. I remember when our last daughter was a little girl in grade school. One day I picked up her backpack and I couldn't believe that she had to carry all of that heavy stuff around everyday. When I was a kid, I carried a bag lunch and maybe one book. And if push came to shove between my peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and my third grade spelling book - guess which one I chose?

    Happy trails.

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  2. Hey Swu!

    I know you chose the PB&J! Those backpacks are crazy heavy. One thing the district finally did was order class sets of books. Now the kids are issued a set to keep at home. That really lightened the load.

    Take care!

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  3. Hi! Your energy levels for doing what you're doing must be off the scales. I don't know where you find the time or that energy. But I remember my wife telling me that woman can always do the impossible and I think she's right.

    Take Care,
    Peter

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  4. Hello Peter!

    I take lots of vitamins! No, really, I think I'm pretty good with time management. Especially when I don't have the teen pulling me in a 1000 directions.

    I also have some set goals I want to accomplish. Once I bring those to fruition I'll be in a much better place.

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