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Women Bloggers That Are Killin’ It

One of the things that I love about the blogging world is that I see so many amazing women empowering themselves through the art of writing.

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I support and love my fellow female bloggers and I’ve already made some blogging friends. I will tell you right now that bloggers are interesting, kind, and are truly passionate about what they write on.

Writing is a form of expression, and these women are doing a terrific job at not only expressing themselves but also by making a difference in other women’s lives through stories, advice, answers to questions and even  downloadable content. (Did someone say a free to-do list?)

My Favorite Female Bloggers

1. Kiala, Simply Friendly

Kiala is a 20-something year old mom that loves HGTV, talking about makeup, and catching up on sports. She has a spunky little boy and with her high school sweetheart.

She started Simply Friendly to express her interests and past experiences with other mother’s her age that are also interested in beauty & fashion, fitness, and lifestyle. Her blog has become her voice and she intends to use it in a powerful way! Want to know more about it? View her most recent post here:

itissimplyfriendly.com/how-college-impacted-my-life/

2. Briana, AnarchoMommy

Briana Clark is a mom of 3 and lover of liberty, learning, and family. AnarchoMommy is her blog about liberty, motherhood, and all the areas in which these two things intersect. Topics of special importance include home economics, cloth diapering, parenting, and self-improvement.

Starting at 11 as a babysitter and mother’s helper, she’s worked with and parented children for over 20 years. She has experienced many aspects of parenting and child care from babysitting to new motherhood, step-parenting, and parenting teens.

Through her never-ending journey of self-improvement as an adult, she arrived at the ideas of what she likes to call Austrian-School (Home) Economics and economical parenting through libertarian ethical philosophy. She decided to start blogging to reach out to other moms that may be going through things she has gone through in the hope that she can offer inspiration and help through encouragement, product reviews, and actionable advice.

One of her most popular blog posts is On Becoming a New Mom… Again, in which she examines her experience with becoming a new mom when compared with having a third child later on in life.

3. Michele, Mommy with a Chance of Showers

Michele is a mom to 2 awesome kids and also a Special Educator. Watching her kids grow has given her a front row seat to everything she has learned and studied about child development. Now she is sharing her experiences, knowledge and ideas to help other moms to use a developmental parenting approach and be the best parent they can be.

Her blog, Mommy with a Chance of Showers is all about the ever changing “weather” that is mommy-hood. When you’re a mom; there’s plenty of sunshine but also a good chance of rain! Each day holds a new memory to be made, victory to be had or challenge to overcome.  In the more literal sense, it refers to the days that you’re so busy in the mom trenches that you actually might not even have time to shower!

When you visit her blog you can find great play ideas, mom- must haves, special needsresources and parenting tips.  Check out her post on How to End the Bribe Cycle with Your Kids  

4. L.C., A Life Of Authenticity 

L.C. is a self-described Jesus girl. She lives in North Carolina with her two children, a 5yo daughter, and a 19yo son. L.C. is the owner and content created of the blog, AlifeofAuthenticity.com.

Alifeofauthenticity.com was created to be a forum for single moms to find community and solidarity when facing the challenges of single motherhood. L.C.’s primary objective is to help single moms WIN at parenting, dating, money matters and career goals while pursuing an abundant and authentic life on their terms!

https://www.alifeofauthenticity.com/the-selfish-mommy/

5. Sarah, This Momming Life

Sarah is a stay at home mom of 4. She met the love of her life in high school and 2 years after graduation they married. This year they will celebrate their 10th anniversary. Together they have two girls and two boys. Sarah uses her life and experiences to help guide other moms through the journey of motherhood.

Sarah never saw herself as a writer. Though she enjoyed writing she struggled through English during high school. She continued to learn and improve herself by turning a weakness into a strength. Through her writing, she has found herself as a mother, wife, and woman.
http://thismomminglife.com/teaching-our-children-about-money/

6. Talin, Half Stay At Home Mom

Talin is a Pediatric Registered Nurse who works super part time since having 3 kids at home. While she’s home, she takes care of her youngest who is in his terrible two’s while the other kids are at school!

Talin is a newer blogger who is loving every minute of it! Her blog is about being a mom and struggles that come along with it, kid approved recipes, and things she does for fun to unwind from the day to day. Talin has also added an awesome mom boutique, The Honey Plum! This boutique has cute mom style clothing that is flattering to the body.

Here is her latest blog post, Caring For Sick Kiddos During Respiratory Season!

7. Holly, The Imperfect Momma

Holly is a mom of one very busy four year old. She works full time in marketing and at night (after her son goes to bed) she leads her “other life” as a mom blogger. Imperfect Momma is Holly’s third baby (after her son and puppy) and it encompasses everything that moms have to face; from self-worth to shopping to beauty to parenting struggles and activity ideas.

Holly someday would love to make her blog her full-time job. She loves to write and experience motherhood. Come visit her blog for a non-judgmental mom experience. 

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8. Vanessa, Mom Blog From Home

Vanessa at Mom Blog From Home started her blog to help other moms start and grow their blogs to pay off debt! She has a background in accounting and loves to work on her family’s budget.

At a young age early in her marriage, she realized they had done what most American couples do and had racked up debt. She heard about Dave Ramsey and started his debt buster system. Adding her own twist she has been able to pay off almost all of their family’s debt! After years of wanting to start her own blog, she finally took the plunge and started Mom Blog From Home.

Vanessa realized that her passion was to teach moms how to successfully bring in an income for their family and to teach them how to use that income to pay off debt. She believes teaching moms how to blog is so rewarding. One of her latest posts is how she grew her blog traffic using Pinterest. She was able to gain over 7,000 page views in 30 days! Her goal is to help as many moms as she can reach financial freedom one blog post at a time!

9. Rose, Our House Of Love 

Our House of Love is a blog about growing great kids with love, without losing your sanity! As you may have guessed Our House of Love is based in Australia, but we can assure you the kids are just as much fun and just as challenging here down under. Our House of Love is a parenting blog that focuses on parenting that provides love, support and equipping your kids with the knowledge and skills they need to become great kids.

Parenting is HARD! There is no manual book for a kid and no one size fits all kids when it comes to effective parenting. Parents work hard, they invest so much into their kids, mostly time. Here at Our House of Love we are on a mission to make every moment count. To help parents be the best they can be and to love their children fiercely so when they grow up they can say they had an awesome childhood.

Children are our most treasured blessings in our life, and at Our House of Love, our only wish is to give them the best while they are growing, learning and evolving into amazing grown men and women. Visit Our House of Love to enhance your journey through parenthood and grow great kids along the way.

10. Megan, Misadventures with Megan

Megan from Misadventures with Megan is just a regular suburban mom who happens to enjoy tortuously long road trips to national parks with her kids. She loves to travel and explore new places, and is passionate about getting kids and families outside!

Megan blogs all about her travels and (mis)adventures with her kids, and all the fun that comes from being a slightly awkward mom in the suburbs. Like how making mom friends is ridiculously hard!

11. Gabby, Gabby Writes

Gabby is a Mom blogger and writing consultant at GabbyWrites.com. Growing up in NYC where time is always limited, she has always valued time management and organization. Her goal is to help moms be informed about motherhood and organized  in their daily lives. Check out her blog post about pumping as a working mom: 

As an English teacher, she has been teaching writing skills for almost a decade and particularly looks to help bloggers become better writers. If you are a blogger who needs better writing skills, she can help! 

12. Kay, Wisdom, Grace and Curls 

 Kay Kathleen is the wife of one amazingly gracious and loving man and the mom of three amazingly wild and wonderful children.  When she is not busy changing diapers, or figuring out how to fill the bottomless pits that are their stomachs, you will find her blogging at Wisdom, Grace, and Curls.  

Well, what do you think about my list? Comment below with your thoughts.

Additionally, if you are  a woman blogger that wants to share about yourself (or if you have a favorite female blogger to share) please feel free to comment below!

-Holly, the imperfect momma.

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