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  1. Hi Kat – I have a question for you or any of your readers that might have faced the same thing. How do you blog about the challenging things you are facing in your family without making your husband feel like he’s in the wrong? It would be easy to blog if nobody I KNEW was reading it, but talking about what to do when you feel torn between your teen’s wants and your partner’s rules, or how sleep training is hard because of different parenting styles when you know he gets the blog emails… sometimes I let great topics slide because finding the right positive approach eludes me.

    • I’m looking forward to seeing what other say too! It is hard, especially when you know family and friends are reading and you don’t want to hurt your family.

  2. Great idea to keep a list of questions, I’m going to do it. I just started my blog and I know I’ll have lots to ask. 🙂 Crossing my fingers that I might get to go to Declare. . .
    My questions is – I’m not in love with my blog name. Since I just started I don’t really have a following yet so I don’t think it’s too late to change it. The problem is, I don’t know what to change it too. I feel like From this Kitchen Table might sound too much like it’s a food blog.
    So, do I just got with the name and promote it and if I come up with something better later change it then or just keep brainstorming for a name and when I find something I love start promoting it?
    I’ve really been enjoying your blog! Looking forward to more interview and interaction.

  3. Greetings!
    I’ve been blogging for a bit over a year, and I just learned about your site and subscribed. There is a huge learning curve to all this and, of course, as an achiever….I want to get it right from the get-go. My question is two fold. One….what is the very best resource (other than Google) a blogger should have available at her fingertips? And two…what is the ONE THING every blogger should DO (and probably doesn’t even know to do)?

  4. My post today accidentally linked to this page – if you commented on today’s post, you can find your comment here –

  5. So much wisdom and effective tools to help others be successful! Though I have yet to dive in yet the Blog Planning Kit is very thorough and has helped me to better understand all that is involved and all that can be experienced! So grateful for all that is provided through this Planner and the Video!!!

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