Monthly Archives: July 2014

What I’ve Been Up to- A Fun-loving Amphibian and a Bucket List

Hulafrog-logo-web-color-mediumI haven’t been writing much on here lately- have you been wondering what I’ve been doing lately?

See, there’s an awesome new amphibious website in town.  It’s a hyperlocal listing of things to do and places to go with kids in the greater Glastonbury area.  (That means Berlin, Kensington, Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, Cromwell, Glastonbury, Portland, East Hampton, Marlborough, Colchester, East Haddam, Moodus, Higganum and Haddam in case you’re wondering- so it’s a LOT greater than Glastonbury, I guess.)

What is this magical internet place for parents you ask?  I’m so glad you asked.

It’s called Hulafrog Glastonbury, CT.  (While you’re over there, pop your email into the “subscribe” box and you’ll get “Our Picks” and a Weekend Guide delivered fresh to your inbox.) Learning about every nook and cranny of this area has led me to some very exciting things to do that could make my 2-year-old and 4-year-old very happy.  So many things, in fact, that it’s hard to make time for them all. So I came up with a bucket list for this summer that I thought I’d share.

I present The Hulafrog Glastonbury Summer Bucket List (click the links to see how Hulafrog will help you get these done; these are MY PICKS, nobody had to buy a spot on this list- another cool part of the way Hulafrog works):

This is the opportunity I’ve mentioned previously that I’ve been working my butt off on.  It’s a chance to combine things I have lots of experience with – internet, sales, and being a mommy – in a job that lets me hang out with my kids all day.  Perfect, right?  See, I’m actually the founding publisher of Hulafrog Glastonbury.  You may already be familiar with Hulafrog- they’ve been around for a couple of years and the West Hartford site in Connecticut is pretty well established.

If this sounds like the coolest job ever, and you’re one of those “in the know” moms of active kids, you should shoot me a message and let me know.  This company is growing very quickly and they’re looking for publishers all over the country.  Check out the opportunity here:  Make sure you tell them Motormommy sent you!

Another great part of the gig is helping local businesses- which is something that has always been important to me.  Every kid-friendly business gets a profile on the site and is able to list their events for kids for FREE.  In the next couple of days, I’ll be able to offer advertising on the site to kid-friendly businesses that want more exposure if it makes sense for their business.  But if a business or organization does something good for kids, they’re on the site already.  For free.

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