I had heard about Blurb years ago when a fellow blogger turned her blog into a book each year, but I hadn’t really checked them out for myself. They recently came to my attention again and I’m interested in trying them out for myself. There are a lot more options than I remember them having! They are also having a Mother’s Day special and I want to pass on the information to you – with my affiliate links, of course. : )
He doesn’t want to be in my videos, but that doesn’t mean I can’t talk about him, right? He gets a bit nervous when I start posting this kind of stuff…hee-hee-hee. The VlogMom and MomPulse question for this week are along the same subject line so I’ll put them both in this post for you.
Scroll to the bottom for the MomPulse question.
For VlogMom Alissa that writes at Clever Compass asked: “How did you meet your husband/partner?” Basically, I don’t remember meeting my husband. LOL I have an early memory of him, but don’t know when I first met him. Watch the video to hear my earliest memory of him. [Somebody's got to be the weird one in the bunch!]
These aren’t rocket science; they are common sense. There is even a good chance that you have heard these before, but it’s always good to hear a reminder. Maybe this time something will stick.
The question is from MomPulse: What are your 3 tips to make sure you take care of yourself each week?
My friend Molly has a passion for helping moms outsmart the chaos and organize their time to improve their lives. She has produced a day planner for moms for years and is always striving to make it better and more helpful for moms. This year she is extremely proud to announce that you can edit it on your desktop before printing – if you even want to print it. My idea is that you could keep it in your Dropbox and have access to it from any internet connected device. She tells you all about it in this video:
Last Friday night my husband said, “You want to watch this guy on a tightrope over Niagara Falls?” My first reply was, “What?” He had turned on the TV and caught the footage of Nik Wallenda tight rope walking over Niagara Falls. I started thinking about was all the parallels between walking the tightrope and motherhood. I share some of them in this video:
In case you didn’t catch the live stream footage there’s lots of it on YouTube. This clip from ABC News is the very end of the 1, 500 foot walk on a tight rope 200 feet over Horseshoe Falls, part of Niagara Falls.