Memoirs of a Single Dad’s Blogger Space


Had your fill of snarky blogs? Meet Daniel Ruyter, SEO whiz and one of the blogosphere’s nicest and most genuine bloggers. Daniel started the informative and handsome Memoirs of a Single Dad to help single dads navigate solo parenting. Now happily re-partnered, Daniel also writes The Blended Family blog. Check out his Blogger Space below.

I chose this space because of the people-watching possibilities, to be honest.  I’ve been writing at this cafe for over two years and my table is right up front with a nice window view of everyone that walks by.  Of course, when I was single I could open doors for little old ladies and their beautiful granddaughters alike.

Memoirs of a Single Dad's Blogger Space

Blogger Space is a series devoted to showcasing the spaces bloggers choose to write. Want to show off your digs? Send a blurb, photo of your space, and a link to your blog to divorcedpauline@aol.com.

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About perilsofdivorcedpauline

I am a survivor of a world-class gnarly divorce. My dastardly ex-husband is suing me for full custody of my son, and more time with my daughter. He’s super-rich and I’m super-not. You get the picture.
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4 Responses to Memoirs of a Single Dad’s Blogger Space

  1. Looks like a great place to write such an important blog! Pauline, fabulous series…

  2. This is a really cool space and a great place to people watch. Daniel is truly one of the nicest guys around.

  3. Love it! Best writing is done at cafe’s, only wish I had TIME to go to a cafe to write!

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