I'm pretty much the grandma of blogging. I started Every Day I Write the Book in 2004 as a way to make my sisters laugh. Since then, this blog has burgeoned into the place where I rant (The Bachelor) and I rave (Harry Potter) and record my thoughts on momness in real time.
I used to teach writing to students at BYU. It was a great job and a fun creative outlet, except for the grading. But I just kept having baby after baby (4 of them!) and with each one my motivation to get up and out of the house waned. Blogging took over. It's fun and creative and you don't have to leave the house.
I'm lord conqueror of the realm here at Every Day I Write the Book. Not gonna lie—It's pretty great. But being a little fish in the big pond of Babble is all sorts of fun too and has gotten me writing—ironically (see blog title) every day. I've been blogging about parenting for their Kid blog since last May. Read me here, read me there. Do whatever you want!
Watch me on Huffpost Live.
See me quoted on CNN.
Read about my Project Clean House in Parents Magazine.
Check out my posts for Design Mom.
Watch a video of me that contains Arthur and stop-animation.
See if I'm hot or not on Rate My Professor.
Read an interview with me on Part Time Authors.
Read my speech for Justin Hackworth's 30 Strangers Exhibit.
Watch my flash mob.
Look at me stalking Ira Glass:
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I know we just met, but why shouldn't we be friends with benefits?