Tuesday, May 22, 2007

New Site: Itsmymarket.com

If you’re in the UK area or would like to browse classified ads in the UK, check out Itsmymarket.com.

This site offers free classifieds for the UK area and provides users with blogs, a dating service, photo competitions, and a community area. The community area allows you to create a website for your organization/club.

This is a free site and you can not only view the classified ads, but you can also post your own free ad.

At first glance, it’s not evident that the site is tailored for the UK area, but when I tried to enter my city or zip code, I quickly found out.

Let me know in the comments if you find this site useful.

This was a sponsored post.

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Monday, March 12, 2007

Modern Mami

ModernMami™: A mom trying to make it in the modern world. Juggling a business, husband, daughter, household, life, etc etc. One who not only values her family, but also herself.

What is ModernMami™.com?

ModernMami™.com is a parenting blog written and developed by a Latina working mother. In addition to providing content on parenting, preschoolers, and motherhood, ModernMami.com also focuses on handling the specialized concerns working mothers have in attempting to achieve a work-life balance.

Join me as I make my move into my new home and begin my journey as ModernMami.

I'll no longer be posting here and from now on can be found at ModernMami.com.

Visit my new blog at ModernMami.com
Don't forget to update your feed subscription! ;)

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Friday, March 09, 2007

1 step closer!

Ok, ok, so I got the content to import! Woo hoo! :doing a lil celebratory dance:


For whatever reason, my permalinks aren't working and neither are the comments.

Anyway, it's still 1 step closer. Just a few more things I need to set up before I officially move.

Have a great weekend everyone!

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Thursday, March 08, 2007

New blog coming soon. One of these days. If I can just get it set up!

New projects coming up here at house of NtycnBoricua. Soon, very soon.

One of them is a new blog for me. Yay!

It should be yay, anyway. But, no, no yay here, not really.

That's because, although we've already bought the domain, I can't get the stupid blog set up.

I've installed WordPress already. That was no problem.

But, how in the world do I import my content from the new Blogger to WordPress?

Can anybody help me out? I know plenty of you use WordPress. Maybe some of you had switched from Blogger?

I need to get started if I'm going to meet my goal for March!

P.S. Don't forget to visit my party. There's only one day left!

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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Oh so fashionably late...

The party started on Friday and I'm just now arriving!

You don't know what I'm talking about? You don't know about the blog party 5 Minutes for Mom is hosting? Well go on over and read all about it.

For those of you arriving here from the party, WELCOME! I'll try to be a gracious hostess.

You can read a little about me here and find out just what exactly the name NtycnBoricua is all about.

I often write about our lil monkey (aka baby girl), sometimes include the husband, and mostly just ramble on about motherhood, parenting, and my goal of working from home and becoming a WAHM.

I do hope you enjoy your stay and hopefully you'll come back often! Enjoy the party!

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Monday, March 05, 2007

No leash for us

A few days ago, I posted that we were debating on whether or not we should use a baby leash on our lil monkey.

Our decision? NO.

It just seems too cruel. We'll manage without.

Thanks for your tips!

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Friday, March 02, 2007

Holy Shit! $7,011.05 in one Month!

Ok, I MUST be doing something wrong.

Scratch that. I'm just working in the wrong field.

At the very least, I need to get my ass working full time on this blog and have it make me some money.

Serious money.

$7,011.05 to be exact.

That's how much John Chow made in the short month of February.

What the fuck, you say? Yea, that was pretty much my reaction too. :sigh:

Goal for March: Get my new blog up and running on the domain name I just bought!

More on this soon.

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Thursday, March 01, 2007

Keep your child on a leash

Baby girl is now 14 months old (Just when do you stop counting the months?). Anyway, as a very active 14 month old, she naturally wants to explore. Problem is, she doesn't exactly know her boundaries just yet. She completely ignores when we tell her NO and she runs away when we go to grab her. This works alright when at home. But, when out and about (at the store, mall, neighborhood, etc.), I would like to be able to walk around with her and get her out of her stroller or the shopping cart. I know she would LOVE this too. She can only last in the stroller but so long before she gets frustrated and tired. Same thing with the shopping cart. So, what are our options?

Well, just the other day,
the husband and I were talking and we started laughing when we remembered the baby leash safety harness.

See, we used to think that the baby leash was a horrible horrible invention. I mean, why would anyone put a LEASH on their baby? The poor little things were walking around looking like little dogs!

We SWORE we would never do that to our baby when we had one. However, upon actually having a baby and when faced with such a situation, we can't help but wonder if maybe the leash would help. It would help her with her frustration, since she'd actually get to be walking instead of strapped into the cart or stroller. Then again, she might get even more frustrated when she realizes she can't get very far. It would also help us have control and she wouldn't be able to get very far from us.

I have no idea, what do you think? Would you use a baby harness for your toddler? Or, have you used one in the past?

baby image via
babycenter store
dog image via

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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

A Must Read - The Care Crisis

A baby is born. A child develops a high fever. A spouse breaks a leg. A parent suffers a stroke. These are the events that throw a working woman's
delicate balance between work and family into chaos.

This is how the article The Care Crisis by Ruth Rosen begins. You can read it in its entirety at The Nation.

It's a really interesting article and touches on many topics that we often talk about, discuss, and experience. My favorite part of the article would have to be the following paragraph:

Men in dual-income couples have increased their participation in household
chores and childcare. But women still manage and organize much of family life,
returning home after work to a "second shift" of housework and childcare--often
compounded by a "third shift," caring for aging parents.

I say that's my favorite part because I can completely relate. That is exactly how I feel most days. Yes, my husband pitches in and does a really good job in being a "team member" when it comes to the housework and such, but I still feel highly overwhelmed most days and like I'm at a second job. I haven't yet dealt too much with having to care for aging parents, but I see hints already that this will one day fall on my lap also.

After reading the article, let me know what you think.

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Monday, February 26, 2007

Video of WAHM Tips

Take a break from your daily activities and watch this cute video of work at home tips. You'll be sure to get a good laugh. After watching the video, my first thought was, she doesn't even have kids around her! That would definitely be even more distracting!

Enjoy and have a great Monday!

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Friday, February 23, 2007

Sure Mami. I'll show everyone what I can do...riiiighhht

Why is it that kids just aim to embarass you or make you look utterly stupid? They do all these cute things at home, then when you get them in front of other people, they act like the little WB frog who would never sing for anyone else.

My husband brought baby girl to both his and my job today and at both places she clammed up. She acted really shy, didn't say a word, no waving hi, nothing. She normally doesn't act like that. She waves to cars as they pass by when we're out. She waves to animals at the park. She says hi to people in the store. But, introduce her to your co-workers and she buries her head into your shoulder.

I can only imagine the day when she gets older that she'll blurt out something really embarassing and will act the fool when I want her to do the opposite. Ah, so much to look forward to.

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Thursday, February 22, 2007

5 Minutes for Mom is having another contest!

Just a quicky today...

5 Minutes for Mom is giving away the Rhyme-N-Tyme game. Apparently it's a mom-designed game similar to Pictionary.

You can read all about the contest here.

*****Don't forget to vote for me on TopMomma.com!*****
My picture is the cute little girl wearing a red dress with a flower in her hair. ;)

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

What is up with Lost?

Is it just me or does Lost seem kinda eh this season? After waiting for the 3rd season to come back from its break, I'm a little disappointed. It's just not holding up my interest like it used to. Plus, they changed the time! I gotta fight to keep myself up until 10 and then it's not that exciting? I know I know. You have to fight to stay up until 10, you say? Yea, well you'd be falling out at 9 also with a lil monkey who wakes up at 5 am almost every morning.

Anyway, what do you make of Lost this season?

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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

New widget allows you to share files

I love new gadgets, don’t you? The Box.net company has come up with the box.net widget, a widget you can plug in to your blog, MySpace, or anywhere else you like. I’m trying it out – see it down there on the bottom?

I like the concept, but it seems a bit hard to customize. I was able to change the color, file names, and title of my Box, but I couldn’t see how to resize it to fit properly on my sidebar. I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt and assume that it’s probably just because it’s in Beta right now. Hopefully they’ll get those little kinks worked out soon enough.

Seems like a cool concept, though.

What do you think? Would you use something like this on your site?

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Free Affiliate Magazine

Go on over and visit All WAHM for your FREE Affiliate Classroom Magazine.

Topics include:

  1. Adding Revenue Streams
  2. Conversion Fundamentals
  3. Merchant Tips

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Monday, February 19, 2007

Nothing to say...

I have nothing really to post about today, but I thought I should post SOMETHING. So, here goes.

  • I got a laptop! Yay me! Now (provided I find something to write about) I can hopefully post more often, since I can post from the comfort of my bed if I want. We'll see how that goes.
  • I was actually able to see a movie this weekend. Like at a movie theater. The husband and I went and saw Smokin' Aces, which was actually pretty good.
  • I'm still on the front page of TopMomma.com! Thanks to everyone who has clicked! :D
    Keep me there by
    following this link and then clicking on my picture - it's the cute little lady wearing a red dress with the flower in the hair (#221). While you're there, why not sign up and see how long your blog lasts?

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Thursday, February 15, 2007

I'm a Moms United contributor!

I'm definitely excited, honored, and just blushing, because I am now a contributor for the Moms United in Business Blog!

Moms United site explains their concept best:

We are not merely a business community, promoting WAHMs and their
businesses. We are a community offering inspiration and support not only as
a wife, mother, sister, daughter, and/or friend, but as a woman in your own

Go on over and check out my
introduction to their community and my first post. The blog has a lot of good topics - business advice, inspirational posts, and parenting - just to name a few.

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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Happy Valentine's Day!

Just wanted to wish everyone a

Myspace Layouts
Myspace Layouts

I'm on the front page at TopMomma! Please stop by and click on my blog. I'm #221!

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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Thanks Ciara. That's all I needed.

Maybe you've seen the latest Ciara video. The one where she looks like a mix between Aaliyah, Janet Jackson in her Control days, and short-haired Toni Braxton.

My husband has now fallen in love with
Ciara. I mean he liked her before, thought she danced good and such, which I agree, but now he's in love. I like the song too, but the video is clearly meant for men such as my husband, so they can salivate all over themselves. What's bad is that my husband loves to share. He loves to share so much that EVERY.TIME the damn song or video comes on, I MUST hear ALL about it. It's down right sickening. :eyeroll:

If you haven't seen the video, just take a look and see what I mean.

***WARNING: Do not watch in front of your husband for he may drool all over you.***

Now tell me, how am I supposed to compete with THAT? :sigh:

Don't forget to vote for me on TopMomma!

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Friday, February 09, 2007

Own a piece of the Internet - you know the one Al Gore invented?

The newest buzz is Agloco.

The concept is simple. You will get paid for surfing the web. You know, for reading this blog, commenting on MySpace, and whatever else you do on the internet.

I'm not sure if it will truly be a hit, or if you'll actually make tons of money, but I figure, what the hell, it's worth a try. It seems like it will be a small enough toolbar that won't really get in the way.

See it down there on the bottom? It's so tiny, you can barely even see it!

Why not join me and see if
Agloco really comes through for us? Just think, if you wait, how many people did you let slip by that could have signed up under you? ;)

If you want to join, just
sign up here!

name tag image via Albert Cervello's flickr page

toolbar image via Agloco.com

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Become a TopMomma

Here's a pretty cool new site that you can join to add traffic to your blog


I'm a Top Mommma!

Try it out - it might be fun!

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Thursday, February 08, 2007

When's the last time YOU partied?

It's been forever hasn't it?

So why not join the Ultimate Blog Party from 5 Minutes for Mom?

See the banner on my side bar? You'll have to scroll since it's a bit down south.

Go on over and join the party!

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New Site for Business Moms (and dads)

The owner of MommysCompany.com has recently launched a new site!

BusinessMom.net, it can probably be best explained in her own words.

From the site:

Welcome to BusinessMom.net, the social and business networking site designed
especially for mother entrepreneurs.

All are welcome to join

BusinessMom.net is a place for you to meet other business oriented moms,
network, trade services, and much more. Getting the word out about your fabulous
business is easy!

Go take a peek!


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Wooo Hooo!

I've lost 6 pounds so far on South Beach!

Small feat, I know, but still something worth celebrating.

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Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Quick question on finding out how people land here

I know you all know how to do this. I've seen some of you post on the weird searches that land people on your blog. It's probably really simple.

But, for the life of me, I need it explained.

Can you all enlighten me? How can I find out what type of keywords and searches send people to my blog?

Thanks so much! That's all.


Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us

I came across this video on Luisa Boricua's blog.

Isn't this a very cool way of interpreting the web, online communities, etc etc?

I promise it won't disappoint. ;)

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Time and time again

Who has time? Certainly us parents don't. If you work, whether as a WAHM (or dad) or outside the home, you have even less time to keep your business and personal lives in order. You'll need to rely heavily on organization and everyone has a different method.

Well, Alice Seba has done it again. She is now offering the Organizing Minds Want to Know Guide. You can read all about it here. It's perfectly free and may help you in your quest to become the organization guru you know you can be.

Related to time management and organization, check out this survey I found through Busymom.net. You could possibly win a $100 Amazon certificate.

In other news...

Baby girl had a fever yesterday and no other symptoms. Turns out she's battling some kind of infection, possibly a throat infection. She had blood taken from her tiny little finger and did not cry ONCE. She just watched the nurse do her thing and watched as the blood poured out. Ok, not poured, but it seemed like it to me. She's such a strong girl, much stronger than me apparently. The fever seems to be getting better and hopefully the antibiotic will kick in and work it's magic. The crazy thing is she JUST got over an ear infection in both ears. And, when I say just, I mean JUST, like I took her Friday for her followup and Saturday was the last dose of that antibiotic, JUST. So, there we were again 4 days later at the doctor's and getting more antibiotic for a new infection. :sigh:

Don't forget! LOST begins the second part of season 3 tonight!

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Monday, February 05, 2007

Choice in dolls says a lot about race issues

I'm way behind on reading blogs and past posts, but I'm desperately trying to catch up. Today I caught a post on Because Mom Said So from Jan. 23 about a high school student's documentary and the debate it's sparking up. Titled, Student's documentary on Race has people stunned, the post links to a news bit on the documentary.

View it at http://www.komotv.com/home/video/5001856.html?video=YHI&t=a

After watching the video, I am not surprised at all, but at the same time am sad that children so young already have these ideas about what is "nice" or "good". So far, baby girl has dolls of all colors and her father and I have purposely done this, just for this reason. We want her to get used to seeing dolls that are more in her liking and embrace that image.

Make sure to watch the video and let me know your thoughts.

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Thursday, February 01, 2007

MySpace has...


It's official.

The other day I saw a tv commercial for Chili's, you know, the restaurant. Well at the end of the commercial instead of plugging in their corporate website, they showed the link to their MySpace page. I couldn't believe my eyes! They were forsaking their own website to promote their MySpace site. WOW!

Now, I'm not complaining about MySpace, I just simply couldn't believe that it was being used as the main connection to Chili's on the web.

How many of you have joined the MySpace craze?

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Mommy (and daddy) Resources Part III

Back when, I started a series of parenting resources and I still have two more parts that I haven't posted! I'm such a slacker. Anyhow, here is part 3 of the four part series.

These are various sites with information on pregnancy, parenting, ways to connect with other moms (or parents), newsletters, free tools, etc.

  1. Clubmom
  2. PregnancyandBaby.com
  3. PregnancyWeekly
  4. Savvy Mommy
  5. Parents.com
  6. Connecting Moms

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Monday, January 29, 2007

It's Monday...Again!

Hey folks. I know I haven't posted in a week, it was a VERY busy week at work. I have a lot of posts in queue and hope to get around to posting them this week, but I just wanted to update real quick and let you all know I'm still alive. ;)

husband and I made it through our first week on South Beach and are now on day 9 of 14 of Phase 1. But, who's counting, right? I have no idea if I've lost weight, since stupid me didn't weigh myself before starting the diet. I now live on deli meat and cheese for breakfast since I still can't get used to eggs every day. :ugh:

Will be back later in the week (hopefully), if work comes to a manageable level.

Happy Monday!

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Monday, January 22, 2007

Happy Monday

The husband and I have jumped on the bandwagon and began the South Beach diet yesterday. I hope I can make it through the first two weeks, where it seems like all you can eat is salad and eggs. Have I mentioned I’m not too fond of eggs?

house is coming along pretty good. The construction is proceeding a lot faster than we expected. The frame of the house is already up, as well as the windows and roof. Next they’ll work on setting up the electrical layout and plumbing and after it goes through inspection, we’ll be ready for the drywall and much closer to the end. Looks like only a couple more months before we get to move in!

It was pretty much a quiet weekend, which is always a good thing. I got to spend a lot of time with
baby girl on Saturday and although frustrating at times (she’s starting to throw major tantrums), it was all around a good day. Lots of singing, dancing, laughing and cuddling was involved. Those are the days that make me sad I’m not able to stay home with her, but at the same time, it gives me more reason to stay motivated and find a way to do just that.

Speaking of tantrums, the girl is only 1 and she has a major temper! Anytime we take something away from her or tell her NO, we get a full out screaming fit. We haven’t quite figured out the right way to handle these situations and it’s definitely a work in progress. I’ve heard to ignore the tantrum and let her cry it out, or to distract her with another toy, but both have their pros and cons. If you’ve got any tips for how you handled 1 year old tantrums (or are currently handling), please do let me know. I hate to see her throwing these fits, but I don’t want her to get spoiled either.

Have a great week everyone!

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Friday, January 19, 2007

Friday’s Feast #127

I saw this over on Local Girl's blog and thought it might be fun.

Which television shows do you just refuse to miss?
Lost and I recently caught the Grey's Anatomy bug

Who did you last speak to on the telephone?
The husband

How many pillows do you keep on your bed?
I only have 1 & husband has 1 for himself

Main Course
Name one addition to your computer (software, hardware, etc.) that you'd love to have.
Well actually, I don't want to add anything to my computer, but instead want to get a laptop.

What is your favorite foreign food?
Puerto Rican food - I love my own culture's food, so although it's not foreign to me, it might be to others.

Check out the
Friday's Feast page

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Thursday, January 18, 2007

There is just not enough time!

No TimeI came across a new site the other day for WAHMs appropriately called All WAHM. It's got some pretty good tips and advice. The latest posting was about Balancing Work and Family.

It got me thinking that these are not only good tips for those who work from home, but also for those who work outside the home. I know that working full time, spending time with my lil monkey, being a wife, and taking care of the household (plus a gazillion other everyday tasks), takes a heavy toll on me. I feel like there is just not enough time to get everything done. And on days when I am extra productive, I feel overly-stressed, tired, and grumpy. I'm glad I was productive, but my head feels fuzzy and clouded. I then need to re-organize my thoughts and breathe, but of course, the next day is just as busy if not more.

The endless cycle begins all over again.

How do you manage to balance your family, work, and everyday life?

image via petertheta's flickr page

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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Mommy (and daddy) Resources Part II

As promised, here is the second part of my list of resources:

Baby Food - they all mail (or email) coupons

  1. Nursery Water - http://nurserywater.com/home.html
  2. Gerber - http://www.gerber.com/home
  3. Beechnut - http://beechnut.com/

Gerber also has a separate site for their clothing items at http://www.gerberchildrenswear.com/.

Did you use the Nursery Water for your baby's milk? Or, did you boil your own water?

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Friday, January 12, 2007

Mommy (and daddy) Resources Part I

Throughout my pregnancy, I collected a variety of websites that offer free information, newsletters, samples, coupons, etc. Some of them, I still keep up with as they also have great parenting information. Now that my sister-in-law is with child, I decided to compile a list for her so that she too can reap the benefits. Since I'm such a nice person :ahem: I decided to share this list with everyone. Now, you might already know about these, but maybe, just maybe, you'll find one you didn't know about yet. ;)

Here, the first part of my list:

Formula and diaper companies - they all mail out free samples and coupons, so I highly suggest you sign up with these companies.

  1. Similac - http://welcomeaddition.com/
  2. Nestle - http://www.verybestbaby.com
  3. Enfamil – https://www.enfamil.com/
  4. Pampers - http://us.pampers.com/ - I really like Pampers because they have a rewards program where the wipes & diapers all have points you can collect & redeem for toys and other products
  5. Huggies - http://www.huggiesbabynetwork.com
  6. Luvs - http://www.luvs.com

Next time, baby food.

What formula did (or do) you prefer for your baby? How about which diaper brand?

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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

NtycnBoricua, who?

I received an email from Oh, The Joys asking me just what the heck my screen name means.


She found my explanation interesting and suggested I post it on here. So, as the ever dutiful person that I tend to be, here goes nothing.

First, let's break it down - Ntycn & Boricua

Ntycn stands for the word enticing

Boricua is another word for being Puerto Rican and can probably be best explained by Wikipedia

Boricua a word of origin from Boriken (or Boriquén, Borinquen, or Borinquén) used by the original Taino Indian population to refer to Puerto Rico before the coming of the Spanish, which translated as "The Valiant People of the Sacred House". The word has come to identify any resident or descendent of Puerto Rico, who will use the term, "¡Yo soy Boricua!" ("I am Boricua") to identify themselves.

My now-husband, then-boyfriend created the screen name for me about 6 or
7 years ago and I've been using it ever since. It's just kind of stuck.

Well, there you go folks. That is the short and sweet explanation to solve the mystery. Enjoy.

Don't forget it's delurking week! Go ahead and show the love. You know you wanna ;)

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Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Ah, so that's all I need to do!

I've been debating for some time now on just how I can become a WAHM so that I can stay home with baby girl. Never mind staying home with no income and living off my husband. That's not feasible at this point. But, it also seems nearly impossible to be able to find steady work that I can do from home.

I mean, I don't want to relive my college days and eat
every day. (Image via jtinkster's flickr page)

I've attempted the surveys and other get paid sites, but though it makes for some nice extra cash, I can't have my family depending on it. So, what's a mom to do?

Well, here are 6 tips for surviving on just one income. I think they are useful, but at the same time, pretty common sense. Plus, I'm not so sure we can nix the cable - I need at least standard. Call me spoiled, but I need to watch more than just talk shows and soaps.

From AmericanBaby.com - 6 Tips for Living on One Income

  1. Cut your grocery bill.
  2. Consolidate to one credit card with a low interest rate.
  3. Barter with other families.
  4. Pull the plug on cable.
  5. Don't move.
  6. Save up cash to make any big purchases..

Read full article

I'm sure you moms out there that stay home have some more (and better?) tips.

Join mom on a wire for delurking week and leave me some comments with your expert knowledge on staying/working at home with the kids.

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Monday, January 08, 2007

South Beach, Weight Watchers, NutriSystem - Oh what's a girl to do?

Ok, so everyone seems to be losing weight, except for me of course. Plain Jane Mom is on the South Beach diet and has already lost 6 pounds! Oh, The Joys has lost weight with Weight Watchers. Some of the folks at my job have also started various forms of dieting and/or just eating healthy. I know it's a popular New Year's resolution and it makes sense, but I just haven't jumped on the bandwagon. I really need to get my act together, gain some motivation from these fine folks and decide how I will lose this weight.

What seems to work for you? Is there a particular diet you like?

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Need Ideas for your blog?

Alice Seba has provided a free blogging calendar full of ideas for your blog. It's a 9 page month by month guide detailing themes and various topics you can use for your posts. You know, for those times when you have nothing to talk about and need some help.

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Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Just how old is too old to have children?

Older WomanI came across this posting at VivirLatino.com and then an article at Scotsman.com about a 67 year old woman in Spain who gave birth to twins after undergoing fertility treatment (she is now the oldest mother on record).

Now, I don't want to be mean and I do think it's great that this woman was able to have children (it is her first birth), but I'm just not sure this is fair for the babies. This woman might not even live to be around for their teenage years. Is there a point where one needs to step back and think - Ok, I might be physically able and science may provide me the means to become a mother, but maybe I shouldn't? Is there a point where one becomes too old to enter into motherhood? Actually, this applies to men also, since they too can become fathers at a late age. But, should they?

What do you think? Just how old is too old to have children? Or, is there no age limit?

Image via stock.xchng

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