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ABOUT ME
Three Boys and an Old Lady blog is about a little this, a little that and a whole lotta in between.  

I am Tomi Clark.  My darling husband and I live about 20 miles from where he grew with our 4 children and our doggy, Bosco.  I never imagined the life I live. It's full of love, dreams fulfilled beyond anything I could ever imagine.

I started this blog in 2008 as a place to share fab finds and frugal money saving tips. Today, Three Boys and an Old Lady blog is a space where I seek to inspire others by sharing my experiences on this journey called life. My work includes brand collaborations and freelance writing and I have partnered with major brands and PR firms and have been featured in segments which aired on Good Morning America and Nightline.

We are more alike than we are different. We are young.  We are old.  We are readers.  We are foodies.  We are gamers.  We are road warriors.  We are mothers.  We are daughters.  We are human beings.  We are HERE.


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For questions about this blog, please contact Tomi Clark @ tclarkusa@gmail.com.

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