Users' questions

How much do mommy bloggers make?

How much do mommy bloggers make?

The Realistic Mama blog brings in over $20,000 per month according to income reports. As we mentioned before, it takes a lot of time and hard work to get to the money-making level these stay at home mom blogs are on. But, it is possible! So, if you’re ready to make money as a stay at home mom, follow these next steps!

What are Mom bloggers?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mommyblogs is a term reserved for blogs authored by women that are writing about family and motherhood, a subset of blogs about family-and-homemaking. These accounts of family and motherhood are sometimes anonymous.

Who are the top mommy bloggers?

The Best Mom Blogs of 2020

  • Rookie Moms. There’s nothing quite as exhausting, or terrifying, as brand-new motherhood.
  • Mom Blog Society. The Mom Blog Society isn’t just one mom telling her stories.
  • Rockin Mama.
  • ModernMom.
  • Love That Max.
  • 24/7 Moms.

Who are the Moms on the mom blog Society?

Mom Blog Society. The Mom Blog Society isn’t just one mom telling her stories. It’s a group of moms and parenting journalists from around the world offering advice, support, and information for moms in the trenches.

Which is the most popular blog for moms?

Scary Mommy. Arguably one of the most popular mommy blogs on the web, Scary Mommy evolved from one mom’s personal blog into a mega-brand featuring dozens of writers.

Who are the mommy bloggers in the Washington Post?

“Mommy is the name only your children have the right to call you. When someone other than your child calls you that, it’s an intrusion, a trespass,” said Valerie Young, who writes the public policy blog Your (Wo)Man in Washington. “It’s so condescending,” sneered Petula Dvorak, a columnist for The Post.

How to respond when I’m called a mommy blogger?

How to respond when I’m called a “mommy-blogger”? Last week, I wrote about Joanne Bamberger, aka Punditmom, and her observation that many of the women who launched blogs a few years back to chronicle their personal parenting lives — known commonly as mommy bloggers — have evolved into talented writers with strong political voices.