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Tim and I are working on a new website:, which will be launching soon!

The concept of

“The hottest place to find a tattooed date, models, and artists. Check out designs and show off your latest body art. Locate the best artists in your area.” has been invited to exhibit at NY Tech Day, April 25, 2013. You can see details of the show at and see our listing at  This is an extremely important opportunity!  We will meet investors and all the major tech press.

To help cover the expenses for’s trip to New York City (in addition to advertising, materials needed for the event, etc.), we have started a fundraising campaign on Indiegogo, which you can see here:

Tim and I would be eternally grateful if you could like and/or share our campaign link, and, of course, if you are able to contribute (we are offering some pretty cool perks for contributions!).

You can find in the following places: goes to NYC on Facebook

Inked on Twitter

Thank you for your support!

A couple of weeks ago, I gave in and joined Pinterest. I had resisted for a while because I was afraid it would be more of a distraction than anything else. Katrina from Active Moms sent me the link to her boards, and I was intrigued. Enough to go sign up. I have been spending a lot of time there, but little of it is wasted time. I have met some nice people, been exposed to photos/quotes/information/recipes that I may not have been otherwise. It’s a great place to connect with other people and to have fun! You can find my boards here: RealWorldMom on Pinterest.

Keep Calm and Blog On

A gem I came across on Pinterest!

Another social network that I just became aware of a few, short days ago, is Empire Avenue. Their tagline is “Social media rocket fuel,” and it is! I’ve been a member for just over twenty-four hours, and I’ve already seen an increase in my Facebook page’s likes, my Twitter followers, and in blog traffic.

The basic idea is that you ‘buy stock’ in other people using eaves (Empire Avenue’s ‘currency’), and you earn more eaves through dividends. They also ‘buy stock’ in you, which increases your value. This may sound a bit confusing, but it’s really not.

While all of this buying is going on, you are making connections with other members–the whole idea behind social media, right? Plus, you are able to add links to your other social media sites right on your profile page, so members can very easily follow you, like you, visit your blog, etc. This is why it’s “Social media rocket fuel!

If you’re interested in taking a look at the site, you can view my profile HERE. Let me know what you think. If you have any questions, I’ll do my best to answer them or find the answer for you!

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