MG Profiled on Mom Bloggers Club
“I grew up in kind of a hippie commune—we grew a lot of our own food, and I knew the importance of organic and local. But it wasn’t until I was pregnant with my third child that I started working with Healthy Child Healthy World and began to understand the impact of toxic chemicals in cleaning supplies, furniture, even personal care products. I had already had two children—it was so hard to admit to myself that I had made choices that weren’t the best for them, simply because I didn’t know better.” Thanks for including me in your awesome “Front Seat” interview series, Mom Bloggers Club!
Mommy Bloggers for Pushing Motherhood
Here’s what I learned at Diane Mizota’s LAdyInfluencers Lunch this weekend: Mommy bloggers are masters of the selfie. Yes, you could depend on someone else to take your picture, but there’s nothing more immediately gratifying than capturing that goofy grin yourself. Here’s what else I learned: Despite the ridiculous amount of press despairing how catty and backstabby women can be, there is no place on earth where you’ll feel more supported and encouraged and generally loved than in a room full of mommy bloggers. We’re all about tweeting and sharing and complimenting each other. And handing each other tissues. Especially when the occasion hits a nerve, like this one did.…