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span xmlns=””/spanbr /div style=”text-align: left;”/diva href=”” imageanchor=”1″ style=”clear: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ height=”213″ src=”” width=”320″ //aspan xmlns=””The one thing I find most frustrating about blogging is that when I go to bed I have tons of things I want to write about. The next day I will sit in front of my computer and n.o.t.h.i.n.g. Or I start writing about something and get interrupted so much that my train of thought gets off the track and I can’t figure out how to get it back. So I wait until bedtime where my kiddos get all snug in bed. I turn on my monitor only to be interrupted some more. That is okay. I’m a mom. My job is to attend to my kids’ needs. By the time they are asleep, my brain is tired, my eyes are weary and I just want to go to bed and sleep until I wake up em{which as most moms know, never happens}./em OR I am so worn out I just want to play a few games on Facebook to get my mind off of everything em{oh evil Zynga, why do you suck me in so?}/embr //spanbr /span xmlns=””In the process of trying to improve the amount of posts and the content, I am in search of guest bloggers who want to share their debt freedom journey. I know of a few fellow bloggers who are either starting a href=””Financial Peace University/a or are reading a href=”;tag=mymomsonlbus-20amp;linkCode=as2amp;camp=1789amp;creative=390957amp;creativeASIN=159555078X”The Total Money Makeover/aimg alt=”” border=”0″ height=”1″ src=”;l=as2amp;o=1amp;a=159555078X” style=”border: none !important; margin: 0px !important;” width=”1″ / by Dave Ramsey. I want to get their perspective on the class as newbies. There is a lot of excitement when you start one of these. The challenge comes a few months later when you are in the midst of the debt snowball and trying to find the motivation you had when you began. br //spanbr /span xmlns=””Recently, I joined the a href=””Yakezie Network/a to help me with my financial journey as well as improve my blogging. I have also set up a a href=”″Facebook/a and a href=””Twitter/a page. I have been a long-time Facebook user, but I am still trying to get the hang of Twitter. I love being able to post a quick link on both of those networks when I find a great post on finances em{or other subjects}/em. br //spanbr /span xmlns=””There you have it. My brain is in a million places, with a million thoughts, all competing to get onto paper…er, the internet. I will be updating you soon on where our family is on our debt freedom journey. We have two outstanding debts and one of them is about to bite the //spanbr /a href=”” target=”_blank”img alt=”Anna” border=”0″ src=”” //a