A lot of stay-at-home mothers reside in every part of this world and a lot of them have chosen to be mommy blogger focusing on product reviews, personal narratives, life-hacks to make daily life easy and DIY tips with respect to the health genre.
As 2016 looms, we’ve brought you top 25 mommy health bloggers who can treat you to some words of wisdom, awesome images and handy tips regarding your health. You will need to start bookmarking their blogs now and expect a lot from them in the coming year.
Starting the countdown, the top spot goes to Love That Max which is founded by Ellen Seidman.
The blog was founded in 2008. Love That Max has an old age history in the blog world. Having achieved tremendous success through the years, its contents have often been featured on the Huffington Post. The blog was founded by Ellen Seidman, a magazine editor and writer who has worked for different online and print publication. The blog, however, is the history of life with Ellen’s son, Max who has special needs and its contents are directed towards special parenting needs. The blog posts over there are full of real life lessons that are just good for everyone, not just parents of children alone.
IANtB, another name for I am Not the Babysitter, started as a personal venture before it developed into a multi-person front. The blog is good for natural living, travel, entertainment, parenting and social issues. The brain behind it, Jamie Lynne Grumet, is an advocate for children’s who has appeared on different national media programs.
On Rockin Mama, you will find product reviews, recipes, craft ideas and personal post galore. It founder, a NICU nurse started the blog to chronicle the first year of her son’s life. The blog however, evolved to become one of the most popular moms blog on the internet.
Jolly Mom is a blog having a combination of kid stories, crafts, recipes and parenting insights. Pierra Jolly, the founder of the blog, is based in Atlanta and a vivid lover of photography.
This is a blog for moms with humor. Jill Smokler is the author of the blog and has written some bestselling books like “Confessions of a Scary Mommy”. There are several editors managing the blog however. If want some humor, Scary Mommy is the way to go.
Mamavation is a blog for those moms who want to stay healthy. Leah Segedie, the mom behind Mamavation, is fitness matriarch (as she calls herself) and was named “Mom of the year” in 2010 by Shape Magazine. The blog posts there run the gamut from beauty and activism to food and health.
The Family Focus Blog includes parenting tips exercises and guides meant for families while also living “green”. The blog was founded by Paolicchi, a Nashville-based Scarlet. Paolicchi has however written a lot of posts on home décor, crafts and DIY.
Free-Range kids is all about giving your children the choice to make smart, safe decisions and the freedom to exercise those decisions. The blog was started by Lenore Skenazy, a vivid believer of unrestricted children’s freedom.
Mom Blog Society specializes in reviews, buying-guides and how-tos. Just like many moms blog, you will find a lot of travel tips recipes and parenting guides.
The blog is founded by Kristen Chase and Liz Gumbinner. The blog is about making life as parent easier with posts running from the coolest gifts, DIY projects to makeup.
The blog offers you motivation on workout, exercises, advice and healthy family recipes. The blog by Melanie – a self-proclaimed health and fitness enthusiast – has a layout that is uncluttered and clear with wonderful pictures that breaks up the usual monotony of most text-based blogs.
This is a network of high quality mommy bloggers. On the site, you are provided links to different blogs. The site features a discussion board – TMB Lounge – where moms can trade dieting secrets, tell funny family story and promote their blogs.
Owned by Annie Urban – a mother of two kids – who lives in Ottawa, Canada. Her blog features environment, social justice and attachment parenting. You will be taught how to take stock of your parenting choice there.
The young mum is owned by Frankie Arnold and was stated in 2011. When Frankie became a first-time mom at 21, she saw a need in the parenting space for a young new mom to get advice from and relate to. Now 27, Frankie is mom to a beautiful almost 6-year-old and 8-month-old and embracing being a natural mama. Whether she’s sharing what she packed in her hospital bag or talking about how to turn around a bad day, Frankie is an inspiring mama.
Tech Savvy Mama is dedicated to exploring a significant aspect of modern-day parenting – technology. Leticia Barr, with her background in social media and classroom technology integration, addresses growing problems among parents such as time management and age-appropriate technology.
The Girl Who is owned by Monica Bielanko. The blog started in 2005 and has since covered issues such as parenting, love, separation and insecurity. Monica, the mother of three has contributed to Babble, MamaPop, mom.me and The Huffington Post thus far.
Marcie is a stay at home mom who writes about raising her three children on Clearly Outstanding. The most inspirational thing relating to this site is that she creates public challenges for her family and herself while giving updates on the blog as she completes those challenges. Marcie posts her 2013 resolutions and her lifelong bucket list 30-day site challenge. While the site does offer useful product reviews, recipes and safety tips, its core strength is Marcie’s inspirational personal achievements.
This blog is owned by Gabrielle Blair, who shares curated posts of beautiful design. The blog started in 2006 and you can find yourself spending hours on it because Gabrielle is just inspiring, jealousy-inducing and lovely.
Jennifer Borget on the blog shares her documented journey through pregnancies, career and relationship.
Beth Blecherman bridges the gap between tech, career and parenting easily. This is a great blog for work-from-home parents and anyone seeking advice on anything tech and marketing.
Ashley Ann Campbell, an uber-creative homeschooling mother of five, writes about daily life to adorable DIY ideas on this blog.
L.A. Story is owned by Laura Clark, a blogger who chronicles her family-friendly adventures in L.A. You will find helpful tips for a day out the family.
Co-cowned by Yvonne Condes and Sarah Auerswald, Moms LA offers information on almost everything. The blog offers detailed reports about events, camps, schools, arts and entertainment to the parents of Los Angeles.
This blog stands out from other parenting blogs because Amber Dusick – its founder – illustrates her parenting adventures with her husband and two boys with hilariously drawn pictures instead of photographing them.
Owned by Meagan Francis, the blog is a warm, open home, filled with positivity and joy. The blog consist of posts teaching moms how to nurture themselves and encourages them to find time for their own personal goals and growth.
That ends the list. The mom blogs listed above are wonderful resources to find some high-quality writings and useful information with respect to parenting, recipes and child upbringing. The authors behind these blog, nonetheless, deserves due credits for the tons of information they will across your way in 2016.