A recent study showed that new mothers who read and write blogs may feel less alone as compared who don’t participate in a blogging community. At this day and age, bloggers seem to be taking the world by storm with information and best of all, personal tips with real-life stories. With that said, mommy bloggers seem to be given the advantage of this internet revolution to share their experiences with motherhood.
So, here’s a list of our favorite mommy bloggers who seem to be doing a good job sharing all their tips and tricks when it comes to motherhood and being a wife!
Follow the muses of one Malaysian mother who works twelve hours during the week, while making the best of her hectic lifestyle, and being a sensible parent to her two adorable kids, and the perfect wife to her husband.
Meet Jennifer. A mommy blogger from Malaysia living in Seattle with the beautiful daughters. Her blog is rather deep and entertaining, with gorgeous pictures of her kids. She is also a professional photographer who manages her own business! Certainly a fantastic person to follow if you’re a stay-at-home mom aiming to start a business with something you’re passionate about!
A cheeky title of the blog and an adorable illustration of baby with swirl of turd, Awesomely Unprepared is a fun-loving blog written by a funny lady, telling it like it is. The title itself says a lot, and not all women were born prepared for motherhood, and it’s a life-lesson that goes from the first child, until the end of the road. We love the hilarious musings of this sporty mommy who still swears..a lot!
Rebecca Woolf may just be the ‘Virginia Woolf’ of our generation. The gorgeous mother of four, based in LA has four beautiful daughters, has taken her blogging to greater heights. Girls Gone Child has been feature in the New York Times, Time Magazine, Huffington Post and was even named Blog of the Year by Babble.com. An absolute success story that should inspire all readers!
Let’s face it. A great amount of honesty is something that everyone would find refreshing and most of all, entertaining. Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva offers that. As Susan says “..motherhood is not all Hallmark moments”, we’ll agree that all mothers, like most women need some time-out, a glass of wine and probably some new shoes!