Working Moms: This Blog’s For You

December 21, 2011

Tracy from Liberating Working Moms has popped by to give you a run down of her blog; the purpose and passion behind it. A place for working moms to connect and share, her hope is that some of you would consider putting your stories out there for other moms to read.

Greetings Hormonal Imbalances readers! I’m so grateful to Diana for allowing me to share with you some information about my bloggy project I’ve got going on. Diana is for sure one of the most supportive blogging friends out there, and of course I jumped at an opportunity to write a little ditty about Liberating Working Moms.

Liberating Working Moms, newly launched July 18th, 2011 (Of course I know the exact date. It’s like my second baby after all.), is a place for working moms to come together to share what works, what doesn’t, and what’s best for right now. Included are moms who work outside of the home, and those who work from home (Have you seen Diana’s post here about transitioning into a WAHM status?).  And coming up next week, there is a guest post running about a hybrid working mom…you know someone who digs her feet deep in the sand on both sides of the fence.

We have three steady contributors, including me, but we absolutely love and thrive on guest posts. I began LWM as a place where we can come together as a community to support each other. That being said, I want to provide an outlet for other working moms to be able to have their voices’ heard. If you think this might spike your interest, check out the “Join Us” page I’ve set up to find out how you can submit a guest post. That being said, we are also looking to add regular contributors. You can see how to go about applying to be a contributor on the “Join Us” page as well.

As well, we keep it real on LWM. We aren’t afraid to have our opinions and we don’t sugar coat anything. It’s liberating to get it all out, you know. Here are some of our greatest hits, if you will:

Working Moms Need Sex Too

Working Means My Kid Can’t Dance

Equal Representation: Is It Needed In Daycare?

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

You Are Awesome

Working Mom Confession

Pediatrician Drama

Also, we truly want LWM to be a community by providing weekly opportunities for you to link up with us. We have a Working With Style series to show off your working mom garb. And on December 31st we will be running a special Working Mom Resolutions link up.

Thanks again to Diana for letting me share my little project with you. I look forward to having you come check us out.

-Tracy

8 Comments

  • Mrs. MidAtlantic

    December 21, 2011 at 9:44 am

    I have truly enjoyed reading and following Liberating Working Moms! Keep it up!
    Thanks for sharing the love, Diana!

    1. Tracy

      December 21, 2011 at 3:44 pm

      And we enjoy your continued support!

  • Jennifer @ Also Known As the Wife

    December 21, 2011 at 9:39 am

    I’m the hybrid (read: insane) mom. I work from home while taking care of my daughter. I think I’ll be spending my lunch hour checking out the blog.

    1. Tracy

      December 21, 2011 at 3:44 pm

      You are definitely going to want to check out the “hybrid” mom post then. It’s great to know you aren’t alone…right? Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • Julia

    December 21, 2011 at 9:30 am

    As a full time working mom, I sometimes feel like there isn’t anywhere to connect w/ other working moms. I’m stoked to find this! I’m gonna go check out Tracey’s blog!

    1. Tracy

      December 21, 2011 at 3:43 pm

      And that’s exactly why I started LWM! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  • Misty Pratt

    December 21, 2011 at 9:12 am

    I will definitely be checking this blog out, and seeing if I may be able to contribute somehow! Currently I work 3 days per week at an office job, and who-knows-how-many days per week working as a birth doula. I guess you could also say my blog is “work” although I currently don’t seek advertisers or sponsors. Oh, and I am raising a 2yo and planning for another :o)

    1. Tracy

      December 21, 2011 at 3:42 pm

      We’d love for you to check us out and contribute 🙂

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