Jennifer Hagler is a mother of two who has experience in art and design and blogs about design and lifestyle in A Merry Mishap posts. You will find examples of intriguing design, fashion, renovations, and DIY projects throughout the blog, and you’re likely to be inspired to use some ideas in your own life.
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Project Nursery began when interior design lovers Melisa Fluhr and Pam Ginocchio decided to help parents find a vision, tools, and products for baby nurseries and kid-friendly decorating projects. Project Nursery has millions of design-conscious followers and is perfect for young moms looking for inspiration.
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Rip + Tan
Young designer and mother Jenni Kayne is known for her all-encompassing lifestyle, soulful approach, and warm, inviting minimalism in apparel, entertaining, travel, and food. She shares stories of her experiences and those of her creative friends and family in her lifestyle blog she named for her children, Rip and Tan.
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Caryn Bailey is a storytelling mom “whose passions include health, fitness, and all things green.” She has two children, is a NICU nurse, and has extensive writing and speaking experience. Rockin’ Mama is ideal for young moms who want to read more about food, crafts and DIY, entertainment, travel, and more from a mom who understands just how hard, yet rewarding motherhood is.
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Romy & The Bunnies
Romy & The Bunnies is a blog for new and expectant mothers. A blog that serves as a source of inspiration for new moms, the blog also shares stories of motherhood with sprinklings of style, beauty, and joy. To that end, Romy & The Bunnies categories include style, well-being, travel, features, and interviews.
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Alyson Brown is a mom to little boys and the blogger behind Unruly Things. A graphic designer, Alyson shares ideas, fashion finds, photography, design, and inspiration from everyday life in her blog posts.
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The Budget Mom
The Budget Mom is a blog featuring Accredited Financial Counselor, Kumiko Ehrmantraut, helping women live on a real budget. Kumiko’s mission is to help moms love life on a realistic budget you can afford. Posts offer tips for easy money management, living frugally, and DIY solutions.
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The Centsible Life
Kelly Whalen is a writer, self-described “finance nerd,” mom of four, and Centsible Life blogger. The blog aims to help women live better lives in terms of happiness, health, and wealth by focusing on what truly matters and using sound financial advice. Blog topics include money management, budget beauty and fashion, living on less, inexpensive crafts, shopping tips and guides, money-saving meal plans and recipes, inexpensive home makeovers, and frugal family fun.
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Family Balance Sheet
Kristia Ludwick writes about cooking, traveling, and family finances at the Family Balance Sheet. A mom of two and self-employed small business owner, Kristia used to manage millions of dollars for a large corporation. Now, she understands how to live well on less and create a happy, busy life; thus, she shares personal finance tips, money management advice, family finance information, and frugal living suggestions on the blog.
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Cathy Derus is a certified public accountant (CPA) and mom who blogs about living simply, achieving your dreams, and having fun while sharing money tips, style ideas, recipes, and DIY projects. Her blog will help you save money without sacrificing your style, but it also will help young mothers determine priorities, cut out things that aren’t important, and live life to the fullest.
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The Frugal Girl
Kristen is the wife, mom, and “frugalista” behind The Frugal Girl. Her posts cover spending wisely, saving money with DIY projects, and living simply. Her goal is to help readers, especially young moms, learn to “cheerfully live on less.”
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Just Mommies: Family Finances
Just Mommies is a site all about parenting pregnancy, and trying to conceive. From message boards, to top stories, to tools, the site has information on any topic a young mom could need. We especially like the articles and posts relating to family finances; these posts cover family life from a monetary perspective and offer money-saving ideas.
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Living Well Spending Less
Ruth Soukup is a blogger, author, and product creator who started Living Well Spending Less in 2010 because her spending habits were putting her marriage at risk. She’s learned how to save money, stick to a budget, and enjoy life more now that she spends less, and her blog offers tips to help young moms avoid becoming overwhelmed and live simply.
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Money Saving Mom
Founder of Money Saving Mom, Crystal Pine is a mom to three kids, author, and financially-savvy blogger who started pinching pennies from an early age. She has experience in keeping grocery and household products budgets to $35/week and is an expert in supermarket savings and bargain shopping. Readers will find frugal tips and posts about recipes, managing your money, home and family, blogging and business, and much more on Money Saving Mom.
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Penniless Parenting is the blog of Penny Price, a mom of four who covers cooking, creating, baking, crafting, and parenting frugally. When Penny started the blog, she and her husband were nearly penniless; they adopted an extremely frugal lifestyle and cut back on expenses to make ends meet and build a savings account. They live in an area with a high cost of living on minimum wage, so Penny knows how to budget and shares those tips with readers in her posts.
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Penny Pinchin’ Mom
Mom of three, Tracie blogs about saving money, budgeting, making amazing recipes, parenting tips, getting out of debt, and more at Penny Pinchin’ Mom. Tracie has been on Good Morning America sharing her story of paying off $37,000 in debt in just over two years, and she seeks to help readers improve your family’s financial health like she has.
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Sense to Save
Kacie, the blogger behind Sense to Save, enjoys saving money, spending better, and growing her bank account. She blogs about all of these topics and more, including being a mom of three, while throwing in common sense ways to save and grow your money as a young mom.
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Pregnancy and Parenting Blogs
The Bump is a blog that empowers and affirms your maternal instincts and keeps you ahead of the curve. Young moms will find the latest pregnancy, parenting, and baby news in posts covering breastfeeding, books to read to your children, and more.
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Jennifer Borget is a wife and mom of two who encourages readers of her blog to cherish every day. Jennifer married and started her family at a young age, and she has been finding joy in her journey daily ever since. Frequently throughout the week, she shares blog posts sharing her experiences as a millennial mom and matriarch of a multiracial family.
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Fearless Formula Feeder
Suzanne Barston is the author of Bottled Up: How the Way We Feed Babies Has Come to Define Motherhood, and Why It Shouldn’t and a health and science writer who shares her own struggles with breastfeeding her son and deciding to become a formula feeding mom. Suzanne was frustrated at the lack of information available for formula feeding parents, so she started researching and writing about it in Fearless Formula Feeder blog posts.
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Fit Pregnancy is a trusted source of information for pregnant women and new mothers. The blog guides women through becoming a mom and provides news, workouts, style and shopping coverage, and support to readers who want to take care of themselves and their baby and feel confident as a new mom.
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Lucie’s List is a survival guide for new parents. The founder of Lucie’s List, Meg Collins is the mom of two girls. She admits that she had no clue about what she needed when she got pregnant or what to expect during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and infancy. Meg also had a “miserable pregnancy” and difficult postpartum period, so she strives to tell the secrets that nobody told her when her journey to motherhood began in her blog posts.
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Mom.me is a go-to source for modern moms looking for parenting news, conversation, and lifestyle and beauty tips. The blog is a safe space for all moms, especially those who are not perfect, and addresses readers as moms and as women.
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Momma Society provides a community for modern moms and soon-to-be moms. The blog provides pregnancy and parenting tips, information, inspiration, and the joys of motherhood.
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Joanna Venditti is a mom of four, including twins, who blogs at Nesting Story. She began sharing her journey on the blog in the hopes of connecting with other moms and creating a supportive community. Nesting Story blog posts cover daily life as a parent, body image, fashion, wellness, parenting, and lifestyle topics.
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News Moms Need
The March of Dimes is on a mission to improve babies’ health by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. The organization created News Moms Need to provide moms with information to help them have healthy pregnancy. The blog covers pre-pregnancy and prenatal care, pregnancy complications, premature birth, caring for babies with special needs, and other topics that affect young moms and babies.
Three posts we like from News Moms Need:
Pregnancy & Newborn
Pregnancy & Newborn is the top monthly magazine for new and expectant moms. Articles read like girlfriend-to-girlfriend conversations on everything related to pregnancy and baby. Blog categories include adventures in motherhood, birth day, a Dad’s eye view, knocked up, and special delivery.
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Pregnant Chicken is a blog “pecking away at the myths of pregnancy and keeping it sunny side up.” Amy Morrison is the blogger behind Pregnant Chicken, and she started writing with the intention of helping pregnant women and new parents navigate parenthood. The blog covers a slew of topics including baby, being prepared, birth, checklists, gear, motherhood, sleep, and more.
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Scary Mommy is one of the most popular sites for pregnancy advice and parenting tips online today. Started by Jill Smokler in 2008, Scary Mommy has become an unbelievably large community of parents who believe parenting doesn’t have to be perfect. Posts cover pregnancy, kids, living, news, beauty, and more.
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The Young Mommy Life
Tara Jefferson is the young mommy behind the blog of the same name. She is “wildly passionate about supporting young mothers” and realistically portrays young motherhood and everything that it entails in her posts. The Young Mommy Life has readers from around the globe and now is a global community empowering young mothers to live life to the fullest.
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Blogs for Single Moms
Epic Mommy Adventures
Natasha is a single, working mother of a toddler son. She blogs about figuring out how to navigate parenthood as a single mom at Epic Mommy Adventures. Her posts are encouraging and filled with advice to help young moms through all the ups and downs of single parenthood.
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The Middle Cinnamon Roll
Trina Dye is a mom blogger and punishment-free parenting advocate who founded The Middle Cinnamon Roll. An advocate for positive parenting, Trina shares advice and tips for readers to “be the parent you wish you had.”
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Sass, Laughs, and Mayhem
Sass, Laughs, and Mayhem is a blog chronicling a single mom’s life through it all as a mother and teacher. The blog is encouraging and covers several topics including motherhood, inspiration, and being a single mom, among others.
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Traveling as a Single Mom
Single Mother Ahoy
Single mom and blogger Vicky Charles created Single Mother Ahoy, a parenting and lifestyle blog featuring useful information, tips, and advice for single moms. Vicky’s posts are inspiring yet honest and cover just about any topic that would be of interest to young moms.
Three posts we like from Single Mother Ahoy:
Single Mothers by Choice
Jane Mattes wrote the book, Single Mothers by Choice, and founded Single Mothers by Choice (SMC) in 1981 after giving birth to her son in 1980. She meets and consults with women who are at various stages in the thinking, trying, and mothering process. SMC is a thriving community of members and features a blog dating back to 2010 that covers adoption, motherhood, single parenthood, and much more.
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The Successful Single Mom
Honorée Corder is an executive coach, personal transformation expert, and author of The Successful Single Mom book series, along with a few other books. She was a single mom for nearly seven years and writes about her experience and offers advice for single moms who want to create a life they love in her blog posts that cover love, finances, inspiration, and more.
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Three Boys and a Mom
Rachel is a young, single mom of three boys who blogs about her “crazy, messy, and absolutely beautiful life” at Three Boys and a Mom. Her posts cover motherhood, divorce, and spirituality.
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WealthySingleMommy with Emma Johnson
Emma Johnson is an award-winning business journalist, blogger, podcaster, and bestselling author of The Kickass Single Mom. She started the blog to help young, single moms build full lives and to provide a community, information, and inspiration for you. Her blog posts cover sex and relationships, money and business, and parenting.
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Best Blogs for Support and Inspiration
Enjoying the Small Things
Author of Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected, Kelle Hampton also blogs at Enjoying the Small Things. She shares a mix of family, hobbies, faith, parenting, crafts, style, books, photography, special needs, friends, connection, and messes in her posts, and she does it all to help moms accept who you are while following a path to become better.
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Piera Jolly is a cookbook author and founder and editor of Jolly Mom. She blogs about living an inspired life and encourages readers to do the same via here posts, which cover crafts, household, kids, recipes, travel, and much more.
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Lenore Skenazy champions the free-range kids movement and is a popular speaker and blogger. She urges parents to give kids some unsupervised time and offers tips for doing so without worrying yourself to death in her posts, which have moved from
Free-Range Kids to Let Grow.
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Life as Mama
A group of moms comprise the team behind Life as Mama. They live all over the U.S. and contribute their experiences and insights in blog posts about pregnancy, kids, lifestyle, faith, and DIY to inspire other young moms to live their best life as mamas.
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Leah Segedie is the founder of Mamavation, a healthy living blog that offers support and inspiration to young moms looking to prevent disease in your home. You’ll learn healthy living practices, learn more about the food supply, and understand issues impacting your family’s health when you start reading her blog posts, which cover food, health, household, activism, and beauty.
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Glennon Doyle is the New York Times bestselling author of Love Warrior and Carry On, Warrior. She also is the founder of Momastery, a community for people “who are tired of making life harder by pretending it isn’t hard.” She speaks about pain, love, and life, and she blogs about all of it as a woman and a mom.
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Rachel Meeks writes about simplifying the home and creating a welcoming, peaceful environment that makes focusing on family easier in her Small Notebook blog posts. A mom of two, Rachel offers tips to inspire and support young moms as you try to get organized, simplify, save money, and DIY your way to a better life.
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