Some of the most popular blogs on the internet have to do with parenting, and specifically, parenting as a mom. You have probably heard of some of the more popular mom blogs, like Scary Mommy, Mom Spark, and Rage Against the Minivan, but here are some lesser-known blogs and newer blogs that moms should look into for some fresh and engaging content.
Jill Robbins is the creator of the Ripped Jeans & Bifocals blog. Her way of coping with the stresses of parenting is to approach them with “humor and snark”. Robbins is an adoptive parent, so some of her posts cover topics related to adoption, but the majority of her writing focuses on general parenting. She also chronicles her family’s travel adventures, offering advice to families who are considering visiting the same locations.
Tiffany Harrison is a wife, mother of two, full-time doctoral student, and full-time working professional doing her best to balance it all. Her blog, Tiffany Does it All, is designed for moms like her who wear multiple hats. It is the goal of her blog to remind moms that “…there is joy in the journey while pursuing goals and chasing dreams.” Tiffany offers advice and inspiration for moms seeking a healthy work/life balance, and even throws in a few easy recipes.
Jen Bradley is a homeschooling military wife with five kids. Her blog, Jen Bradley | Moms, covers everything from homeschooling to schedule management to fashion. She believes strongly in living intentionally. Her blog states, “Living with intention is the difference between letting these days simply pass us by or choosing to fill them with things that bring meaning to who we are and who our kids are.” Jen’s blog provides a wealth of tips to help busy moms stay organized and create manageable routines so they can focus on the things that are more important, like enjoying their kids.
Moms on a budget will love Moms Make Cents, a blog about saving money and making money when you’re also staying at home with your kids. McKinzie offers legitimate work-from-home ideas, as well as budgeting and frugal living advice, and contains a wealth of resources. A prominent part of the Moms Make Cents site talks about how moms can start their own blogs to supplement their household income.
For a blog that covers pretty much all aspects of motherhood, moms would be wise to look to Wondermom Wannabe. Corinne, the creator of the blog, understands that stay-at-home moms have a lot on their plates when it comes to raising kids and running a household and that most moms are doing their best to be great at all of it. Wondermom Wannabe offers tips that can help moms become more organized, leading to a more peaceful home life. The site contains loads of easy, kid-friendly recipes, fun affordable family activities, and other advice for moms of kids of all ages.