If you’re visiting from SITS Girls, welcome!
If you’re not sure what this means, let me explain.
SITS Girls is a fantastic, supportive, and useful blogging community of 40,000 women. They have amazing resources. You can always learn something new there, whether you’re a brand new or an experienced blogger.
If you’re coming from SITS Girls, let me introduce myself. I’m a former teacher who just finished her doctoral studies in educational policy. I write about parenting, sometimes education, but a lot about how to survive and be happy during new motherhood. I have a toddler son and live in western New York.
With another blogging friend, Stephanie Sprenger of Mommy, For Real, I also partner on a collaborative blogging project about female friendship called The HerStories Project. We collect women’s stories of friendship throughout their lives, but particularly during motherhood. We’ve gotten some terrific writers to participate, and we’re also surveying women about their experiences during new motherhood. We’d love to hear your thoughts and stories! And you’re invited to take our survey…
Here are a few recent posts that you might check out:
- “Why I’m Putting Down the iPhone” (featured on the Huffington Post)
- “Summer Parenting Book Club (For Parents Who Don’t Join Book Clubs and Hate Most Parenting Books)”
- “Buying More Stuff Isn’t Going to Help You Be a Better Parent“
Once again, welcome! I can’t wait to “meet” all of you!