First Up is Janine’s Confessions of Mommyaholic—This hard working, stay at home mommy is dishing it salon style on her blog–she talks about things that we talk about with the only person that we trust to come at us with our hair in one hand and a sharp instrument in the other. Janine shares pieces that inspire, make us laugh, make us think, make us want to share. She talks about pop culture; she shares about her family–her husband, and two little girls; She shares about the state of mommyhood; and she writes about matters that matter to women these days. We’ve enjoyed getting to know her and we know you will love her too–so here’s your chance to visit her blog, like her Facebook page, tweet with her, and browse her Pinterest boards:
The Empowered Momma–I love the Empowered Momma. The name of her blog alone speaks to my heart…but then when you take the time to visit, you see she’s got a little bit of everything–all designed to make women feel good about themselves and their role as momma. From pregnancy basics, to tips on health and wellness, to giveaways and reviews for products we care about. The Empowered Momma has it all and then some–not to mention all the usual ways to stay connected: Pick your fave and go say hello! Tell her More Than Mommies sent’cha! Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, The Empowered Momma Blog.
Femme Frugality–I won’t forget the day I happened across Femme Frugality’s blog for the first time. Janene and I are couponers and I consider myself a
cheapskate to the nth degreemoney savvy mommy. It was no accident that our paths would cross. Brynne’s blog is all about the money saving tips and tricks she’s discovered as a young mom in Pittsburgh–well wouldn’t you know? That’s our neck of the woods too! So while many of her finds are pertinent to us locals, yinz guys (that’s Pittsburghese for “you” in the plural) will find that there’s more than enough that will apply to you too–from finding money to go back to school, to freebies, and money saving suggestions. If your goal is to become more financially fit, then Femme Frugality is a good place to start–Tweet with her too!
When Crazy Meets Exhaustion—even if I wasn’t Stephanie’s real life neighbor, I would still read her blog. She is beyond funny. I can’t tell you how many times I have laughed out loud at what she writes or how many times I’ve said “if I were as quick witted and hilarious as she is I could have written this post myself.” Her blog is 100% relateable with a side of we’re not gonna take it and an extra helping of belly laughs. You’ve got to check out her “Oversharing” series–anyone brave enough to bare all on the internet is either crazy or exhausted and Stephanie is, admittedly, both–in the best possible way. That’s not say she doesn’t have a serious side — she even waxes poetic from time to time. I could go on–but why don’t you go on and check her out! Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest–It’s all there. Take your pick!