A wonderful mom and her Bloggertunity…
Welcome to Mom-Monday! I’m glad you’re here.
I’m also glad to introduce you to one of my writing friends, Stephanie Sheaffer:
Not only is Stephanie the woman behind the popular Metropolitan Mama blog, she’s also a sweetheart and the mom of two darling girls.
She’s one of those inspiring women who is able to balance many things at once, and who has a passion for having a positive impact on the world.
Stephanie lives in Arizona with her husband and daughters, where she enjoys reading, writing, running, and going on long walks with her family. She has a Bachelors degree in English and a Masters degree in Educational Counseling, and she won’t get mad at you if you spill kool-aid in her car. She’s nice like that. :)
Stephanie’s blog is always packed with great content (parenting tips, product reviews, how-to articles, inspirational reads), and she’s recently written an e-book that shares her secrets on how she’s been successful. I’m so happy for her!
If you’re thinking about starting a blog or looking for a way to take your blog to the next level, I highly recommend reading her book. It’s called Bloggertunity: A Mom’s Guide to Blogging:
Stephanie’s own personal experience with blogging and writing will inspire you, and the practical tips she includes will benefit beginning and experienced bloggers alike. The book not only talks about how you can “have fun, make money, and change the world” through blogging, it details the ways you can do it.
So stop on by Stephanie’s and check her e-book out. I’m sure you’ll be glad you did.
And don’t forget to leave her a comment and say hi while you’re there. :)
What about you? Do you have a blog? If so, what has been your experience with blogging?
On a more general note, are you balancing motherhood with other things too, like writing, working, or pursuing something else? I’d love to hear about it!
If you haven’t already, leave your URL in the link list below so other moms can stop by your site. Just a simple way for moms to come alongside other moms.