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You need something you saw on the blog and can’t remember where you saw it? Hopefully you can find it here. If you want to get started on your own blog, you can find some of the resources I used below. If you can’t find what you’re looking for and you think that I might be able to help send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for spending time here.
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I love Tinkergarten (I think I’ll be leading again in January)! You hear me refer to it a lot. It is such a wonderful program with so much research done behind what they do. Try out their Circle Time Program with a free trial, or get access to all of their free diy activities. Here’s a great blog post by the founder Meghan Fitzgerald. It’s a little researchy, but it explains a whole lot about play.
The Blog Plan
The Blog Plan– I used this plan to help me plan out my blog posts. If you’re a mom and you are interested in starting a blog, this is a quick free course to get your started in the world of blogging. Click this link to take your right there.
Blog by Number Course
Blog by Number Course I used this course to get my blog started. If you are a mom that wants to start your own website and blog, and wants step by step instruction on how to do it, this course will tell you everything you need to know. Click this link to take you right there.
I am not a lawyer and all that lawyer jargon makes my head spin, but these templates were simple to use to protect my website. Keep your website or business legal with these legal templates. They are easy to use and there are many different templates for all of your business needs. Go to this link to legally protect your website, blog, or business.