This Flujo Normal of a Mother is a blog dedicated to healthy, natural, and delicious recipes and lifestyle discussions for women. We’re not just a bunch of women trying to tell their stories, we’re a group of women who have something to say to each other. We enjoy cooking, baking, gardening, and talking about our lives. We enjoy sharing our experiences and joys, and we love sharing recipes, as well.
We’re not trying to tell anyone’s story here, but if you have food or other things that you’d like to share, we’re open to listening.
We are a group of women who are trying to make our food better and healthier, we enjoy all the things that we do, but we are always looking for better ways to eat and cook. With that said, any and all recipes that are posted on this blog are for personal use only.
We don’t think of our life as a collection of stories. We have our own life, but we don’t want to be remembered for sharing stories we’ve been told over and over. Even so, we don’t want to be remembered for things we share, for our recipes or for our personal experiences. We also don’t want to be remembered for our food, for our recipes or for our personal experience.
We could probably find examples online of people who share recipes and experiences, but for the sake of this blog, lets just say that these examples are all from women. We dont think this blog is going to be a place for us to talk about how we love to cook, cook out of the box, and how we enjoy all aspects of cooking, so we would like to keep this blog relatively gender neutral.
This is a really great post. I wish I could give you more examples, but I am also somewhat concerned about the future of blogging. There is a very small and very very vocal group of bloggers that are so obsessed with what they post that they will not leave the topic, and this does not fit into the general philosophy of the blog. I think this is something that we need to explore further, but I am also worried about the future of blogging as a whole.
There is a lot of discussion about exactly what happens to us when we write. For some it is that the thoughts we have are simply not retained. The blogosphere is an excellent example of this. It has been shown that writing is not just about the words we write, but also about the way those words are retained. If, for example, you are a prolific blogger, then you have a lot of words in your post, and they can be retained.
This is the most powerful reason to write. Writing is a way to take out a lot of the thoughts and feelings, and then get them out of the way and then keep them out of the way for as long as possible. It’s a very powerful tool for self-improvement. When you have a lot of thoughts and thoughts that are going to be lost, then you have a lot of time to make them out of the way.
When I write, I have a lot of thoughts that are going to go away. A lot of them have been there all along and just didn’t go away, because they are stored away. This is the reason you can’t see the things you’ve written. The more you can think and the more you can store thoughts and feelings, the better chance you have at being able to retrieve them.
We all have thoughts and feelings we are holding on to and we are storing them away. It can be hard to recall, if not impossible to recall, these thoughts. For most people, this is fine, but for some people it can be impossible.