Thursday, March 04, 2010

Wondering

How do these women make money blogging? I want to get in on this gig but HOW??? I just read this one mom's blog talk about how her blog was a full time income for her family and it allowed them to pay 100% cash for their first home. Where do I sign up? Ok seriously, though I get some random emails from people wanting to put ads on my blog is that what they do? One was for some oils and such...hmm not sure I want to go there! I don't need or want that kind of traffic. I'm thinking I should find a job that Peanut can come with me like I had at the YMCA about 5 years ago. The making money at home on a computer just seems so appealing to me but where to begin or even how is the biggest question I have. Any one out there know the answer? Please help this mama out. Yes I am blogging at night because my hubby is at church doing his Deacon/Elder thing. Just something I have been wondering about I should email the ladies at 5 minutes for Mom. Though I don't know if I want to be *that* busy either oh the dilemma!

Moving along...I have gotten a few emails about my menus. I figured if I have gotten more than one email about it other people might be wondering too. Well I make most of our food from a cookbook called Eating Your Way to Health by Doug Kaufmann. The baked goods are mostly from http://www.scdrecipes.com/recipes We really like the lemon poppy seed muffins but make sure you put the honey in it because they don't taste so great with out it! I also was going to leave you with the recipe for Chicken Fajitas, are you excited???

Marinade:
3 tablespoons fresh lime juice
2 cloves garlic minced
1 1/2 tsp cumin
salt to taste

Salsa:
tomato chopped
half an onion chopped
1 tbsp fresh lime
1 fresh chili pepper thinly sliced (optional)

Vegetables:
1 green pepper sliced
1 red or yellow pepper sliced
the other half of the onion sliced
1 clove garlic minced
olive oil

Marinade the chicken, I usually do it for a few hours before hand. Prepare the salsa. Saute the vegetables until they are tender. Make yourself a fajita! We used spinach shells, yummy. We also added brown rice and mozzarella cheese.

2 comments:

Nap Warden said...

Now I'm curious...who's making that kind of cash blogging?

Amy - AKA - TigerMommie said...

I would love to know too!........wouldn't it be nice?