Guest Posting

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Yes, Atlanta Mom of Three accepts guest posts! If you are interested, here are some of the topics that I would like for you to consider writing about:

* Your birth story. It can be any kind of birth (unmedicated, twin birth, c-section, home birth, emergency, etc) Because birth stories tend to be long, I will likely split the post into parts and share it over the course of 2-3 days.

* Your experience with PCOS and/or Fertility treatments. Happy endings give others hope, so only positive outcome stories, please.

* Breastfeeding stories/experiences. What have you gone through that you think would help others?

* Your marriage. Share things that have made your marriage stronger over the years.

* A favorite recipe. Please suggest/offer three possibilities so that I can choose the one I think will work the best on my blog.

* Parenting tips. Advice about sleep, food, behavior, etc. Positive, non-judgemental advice only, please.

* Health and/or Fitness. Is there something you’ve learned or changes you’ve made that you think would be motivating to others?

I am open to hearing other suggestions for topics, so please don’t hesitate to ask!

Guidelines

My posts do not contain profanity, and that includes guest posts.

My Posts average 500-700 words, so please aim for this amount (see above about birth stories).

All posts need to have at least one image/photo. Consider using the website I use, if you’re having trouble finding one.

Please check your spelling and grammar. I will double-check, of course, but it’s always nice to have most of the work done already!

How it Works

Email me and let me know which topic you are interested in, or send me a finished post. I will let you know if I think it will be a good fit for my audience. I share guest posts no more often than once every two weeks; so I will give you  the date that I will be able to publish it. I will share the post on my social media (FB, Twitter, etc) on the day it is published. You are encouraged, but not required, to reply to comments that your post generates.

~*~If you would like to submit a possible guest post for publication on Atlanta Mom of Three, please email me at atlantamomofthree@yahoo.com. ~*~

 

Here are the guest posts that have already been shared on Atlanta Mom of Three. Enjoy!

Delayed Cord Clamping with Wild and Wisdom

Mummy V’s Breastfeeding Experience

How To Ruin A Toddler’s Day (Birth Story)

Smart Snacking

A Season for Nursing My Twins

(Real) Tandem Nursing with The Breastfeeding Barista

Forcing the Bloom’s Breastfeeding Journey

The Science Behind Epidurals

Nurse Awesome and the Birth of a Bear

Cilantro Lime Slow Cooker Chicken

Why Moms Might Need a Blog

PCOS (My Personal Journey Through the Insanity) Part One and Two

It’s Always Mom’s Fault, Whether It Is or Not

Why You Should Consider a Home Birth (or Not)

The Importance of Staying Hydrated

Can I Afford to be a Stay at Home Mom (or Dad)?

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25 thoughts on “Guest Posting

    • :D Sure, Deb! I’d love to hear what your experience has been and what effect it has had on your life. Email me once you’re done writing. (Or before, if you have any questions)

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  5. We just had two natural born babies in my family and we have one more on the way, so I have a few ideas of some blog posts. Can I send you these ideas? Also I would love to share some of your posts with my audience, if that is okay.

    • Yes, please do! I had my first natural childbirth 2 years ago, and I LOVE reading birth stories (especially NCB ones!)
      How would you like to go about sharing my posts?

    • Thanks, but I’m actually done accepting posts now. I had a look at your site and your suggestions are great! :) I recently weaned my 2 year old and it was more than a little challenging to dry up!

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