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Lana Hirschowitz

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About Lana

Lana was destined to a life of editing and organisation when her parents named her Anal.  It was just a fortuitous twist of luck that the person drawing up the birth certificate was dyslexic so she has always been known as Lana.
 
Lana has a background in education, both having been schooled and then schooling people herself.  She also worked in administration and public relations and then had the dream job of being the managing editor of Mamamia.
 
Lana wants to be a writer when she “grows up” and also work on the fact that she cries very easily.  She is married and is the mother to a very beautiful son and a very spoiled dog. Lana is a writer, blogger and community builder - you can find her at Sharpest Pencil.

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Not Sure About Your Child Using Social Media? This Mum is Okay With It.

20/08/2013 - 11:56

One of the favourite memories from my teenage years was coming home at 16 years old to find that my mother had arranged to have my very own phone line installed INTO MY BEDROOM. Read full post
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I'm Not a Helicopter Parent

29/06/2010 - 13:44

I’m not a helicopter mother.  No way.  I don’t trust those helicopter mothers that hover around their children getting involved in everything that they do, pretending they’re not looking Read full post
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