Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Links I Liked

Moms Rising has been covering healthcare reform forever (and thank goodness, because they have been a reliable source of news for me on this issue).  This post explains very clearly - and offers up some solid links - about what the healthcare reform means for women and children.

Also from Moms Rising, this post The Food Revolution, The Work Revolution hits on a key reason why I am changing jobs in this economy. Workplace flexibility and an openness to telecommuting are critical.

And a third post from Moms Rising (you really should be reading that blog): It's not just my food resolution, a guest post by Jamie Oliver.

Speaking of food, Erin from $5 Dinners.com has created a coupon database, which is FREE to access!  Thank you, Erin! I'll definitely be making good use of this.

Confused (or just wondering) about the difference between sponsored posts, advertorials, reviews, etc. in this world of blogging?  Just Precious, who knows of what she speaks in the world of PR, defines opportunities in blogging for all of us.

Yogi asks us a poignant question (and gives us an important reminder) this week:  Where were you on April 19, 1995?

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and on Spare Candy (one of my favorite blogs), you can read President Obama's proclamation of such. A shout-out for Rosie for such great posts on this issue.  As someone soon to be working in the child abuse field, I am very appreciative to you for these.

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Doreen McGettigan said...

I will check all of these links..I have read every one of the health care reform bills and can say there is not much in there for anyone..especially crushing to me nothing for special needs children!

Anita said...

Thanks so much for the nice mention of MomsRising! We really appreciate it.

Anita, MomsRising.org