|Photo by NH Tan|
Thanks for hopping by my blog.
Mel (whom you see on the left) referred this blog tour to me and I’ve actually known her for, ahem, more than 15 years. If you haven’t read her book Imaginary Friends, you are missing out! I’m also eagerly awaiting her new book on Squirky! She has also recently written some really kickass haikus.
a. What am I working on?
My next ten posts, not in any order! I work sporadically most of the time, and spontaneously when inspiration hits, or when I suddenly develop a lot of fire in my belly on a social issue.
It’s pretty similar to many parenting blogs I must say! We share the same joys and woes, and are always searching for fun places to bring our kids, as well as fun home activities to do with them.
Also, many of my closest mummy friends write reflective blog posts. We aim to inspire and motivate one another towards conscious, mindful parenting, whilst acknowledging that we are all works-in-progress. Less judging, no unnecessary guilt, onward to fun times! We encourage one another a lot, which is so important for mums and friends in today’s unforgiving society and its relentless pace of life.
- To keep an online scrapbook (I am an inveterate scrapbooker, with more materials than time, sadly) of photos and journalling;
- as a record of our experience of great activities and products (without breaking the piggy bank); and
- mostly to have a self-indulgent outlet for my writing.
I take lots of photos. Of my kids, of great cafe finds, of sgblooms (local flora), of activities, products we enjoy, and then blog about it after arranging the photos in collages as necessary. If it’s a rant, then it just all comes out. I make myself read it once through to ascertain the absence of libellous content.
So…… this chapter of the chain letter was going to unceremoniously die here, until just before publishing time! Two wonderful friends, with blogs I love, fantastic writers in their own right, have agreed to keep this Olympic flame burning. Their posts on their writing process will be up around next Mon!
So you can hop on over to: “Life is in the Small Things“, where V writes about living and parenting in sunny Singapore;
and “A Dollop of Me“, where Corsage writes about family, food, healthy living and life’s tidbits.