How Blogging Made Me a Better Mommy

I started my blog, Beyond Mommying, for pretty selfish reasons. After six months of job hunting, getting my hopes up, and not getting where I wanted to go, I found myself as only a stay-at-home mommy of two with a third on the way. While I loved (and still do) being that, I was lost. I didn’t know who I was outside my children; I was seeking a personal identity, one that was just mine. ...more
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I Don't Know How Mommy Bloggers Do It: Are They Neglecting Their Kids?

I really don't know how mommy bloggers do it.  They must be neglecting their kids.  I am a SAHM with one child in college and one who is a senior in high school.  My time should...more

The Creative Spark Inside Mothers

The Creative Spark Inside MothersNovember 27, 2013 by Zoie at TouchstoneZ...more

Psychology of Leading Mommy Bloggers

Don’t we all love to read the latest Tweets from our favourite mommy bloggers. But did you know that there’s a way to assess the underlying psychology of all those Tweets.We used TweetPsych to put our top 50 mommy bloggers on the couch. Image Credit: Project Grace 2010...more
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Moms needed to beta-test new breastfeeling sampling subscription service

I have a new client focused solely on expectant mothers, and existing mothers of new borns, who are, or plan, to breastfeed.  I'm looking for 11 gals to participate in a beta-test of ...more

Stay at Home Bloggers: What Blogging Means to Moms

It’s not uncommon for mom’s to blog from home and generate and income and a name for themselves in the online world. Blogging not only allows moms the flexibility to work from home, they can still take care of household chores and other responsibilities while being able to contribute to something of their own. According to one article on Mashable, the women of the household make about 85% of purchasing decisions and oftentimes that person is a parent. She is making decisions not only for herself, but also for the entire family....more

Mommy Bloggers: What Makes a Good Mom?

One thing is for sure about the blogosphere: there is a huge number of mommy bloggers....more

From Bridge to Mommy Blogging: Moms Connecting Over the Years

When I was young, every so often my mom played Bridge with her other mom friends during the day. Bridge days were days when my mom and her friends got together. Yes, they played cards, but they also talked and laughed. It was a way for them to break out of the social isolation of their world as a stay-at-home mom and connect. Today, that need to connect is still very real. There are playdates and playgroups and meet-ups at Starbucks. And, for the mommy bloggers out there, there is a thriving online community that is both a blessing and a curse....more
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Looking for Mommy Bloggers & Coupon Cutting Janes

After coming back from BlogHer11 I've been able to add more great gals to my Tw...more