Not for me. No way. No how. Not even if I one day make a Sharpei look like the poster child for Olay skin cream.
Besides, there was no recovery time needed, and it was much more fun giving my blog a face lift (it’s still a work in progress much like my kiddos and life, so bear with me while some of the components remain in the “under construction” phase). I worked with Shera at Simple and Sweet Designs, and she was very patient with an HTML ignoramus like myself. It was a great (and painless) experience, and she offers a very quick turnaround. Thanks to my hubby for the early Christmas gift.
I started a review site because blogging, freelancing, volunteering, housekeeping, growing a baby, homeschooling a preschooler (kind of), and keeping a toddler from killing herself left me with a lot of free time on my hands. Seriously, my reviews may be infrequent, but it sounded like fun to share my opinion about different products. NOTE: I’ll be keeping all my media reviews over here.
My first post is a recap of the Atlanta General Motors/BlogHer Ride & Drive event. I had the opportunity to test drive two Saturns, including the Hybrid VUE, and network with other Atlanta-area bloggers. Fun stuff.