We Want to Feature You!

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Feature Writers

Mummyology is now open to submissions. You can be featured in 3 different ways. You can submit a featured link back to your own post, you can submit a guest post, or you can become a regular contributor. You can find out more details, and submit your posts or enquiries here on the submissions page.

Why are we doing this?

Mummyology has always been a collaborative blog; it started with 5 mums all writing about what they were passionate about, be that food, parenting, family life, babies and more… we have since lost a writer (to australia – we dont blame her!!), added a new member to our team and now here we are with our new site (which we hope you love!) and we want to grow our family and feature the best ideas, writing and photography around. We’re excited to see who and what this new side of Mummyology brings!

Thanks for reading, and if you want to know if you would be a good fit for Mummyology you could read some of our favourite posts:

10 Reasons Why Babies Don’t Sleep…and how you can help! 

What to do when you’ve had no sleep!

5 hands-on ideas for a kid who hates getting their hands dirty

10 Top Tips…to help your kids to LOVE food

How to Lose the Baby Weight

 



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Post Author: Kat

Katherine has a background in special education, early years childcare, and has a BA and MA in the creative and performing arts. She blogs at Creative Playhouse about her children’s activities and interests, including offering an Ecourse on Connecting Family through Creative Play, she also runs parent communities, is a designer and a work at home mum to Jake (3.5) and Poppy (15 months).

2 thoughts on “We Want to Feature You!

    Katherine Gordy Levine

    (June 4, 2013 - 4:36 pm)

    Therapist turned short turn foster parent for teens in trouble with the law. Over three hundred kids lived with us as members of our family. When I returned to my life as a therapist, I directed mental health crisis teams serving mainly families and children, our goal was to keep kids out of psychiatric hospitals. Now retired and trying to promote emotional fitness exercises as a tool to develop Emotional Intelligence. Would love to do a blog on my One Minute Meditation and how to teach it to children.

    Katherine

      Kat

      (June 4, 2013 - 8:14 pm)

      We’d love to have you do a post about that Katherine! Please email it to us or use the guest post submission page if you would like to. Look forward to it. Thanks so much.

      Kat
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