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#ASKAWAYFriday Parenting Tips, Tough Decisions, Shopping, and More

By Upliftingfam @upliftingfam

It is time for the all new #AskAwayFriday! Get to know our new host’s, meet our new co-host, and grab our new logo!

What is #AskAwayFriday?

#AskAwayFriday was created by the amazing Penny from Real Housewife of Caroline County as a place for us to connect with other bloggers by asking them questions to really get to know them!

Meeting other bloggers and making new friends is one of the best parts of this online world!

Our new #AskAwayFriday hosts…


Tamara from Tamara Like Camera,
Tiffany from Mrs. Tee Love Life Laughter,
Christy from Uplifting Families,
Stacey from This Momma’s Ramblings
Amber from Bold Fit Mom


So…grab our brand, new button, follow our amazing hosts and co-host, hop through the great link ups and make some amazing new friends!

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  1. Stephanie from Parenting Chaos asked: What is your number one time saving tip when it comes to running a home?

I think if you can clean up as you go then you aren’t overwhelmed when it comes to cleaning the house. In fact, I wrote a post  a few weeks ago. I shared 5 ways to clean up the house and save you two hours each week.

  1. Stephanie from Parenting Chaos asked: Anything you wish you had known before becoming a parent?

That kids require a lot of attention and they have tons of energy. When I found out I was pregnant with my daughter, I did have a bit of an idea on what I was getting myself into. I have twin sisters who were born when I was a teenager and I was able to spoil them. Of course, I didn’t have the major responsibilities that I do now that I have my own kids.

  1. Stephanie from Parenting Chaos asked: What is the hardest thing you have faced as a parent?

After my divorce, I was living in North Carolina by myself with two kids. I didn’t have very many friends, had a crappy job, and no support system to help me when I needed it. As the walls started caving in on me, I decided it was time to move back to Texas. I wasn’t sure how well my children would handle moving away from their friends. I didn’t have a job or a place to live lined up when I moved back. Luckily, my parents let us stay with them for a few months while I searched for a full time job. It was hard getting back on my feet but everything worked out better than I planned and it was worth moving.

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