Blogs You’ll Enjoy
Jezebel isn’t a blog, necessarily, but it’s a place for women with smart and funny writers. It’s like Calgon, a little, taking you away from all of your worries. (Do people still use that?)
Again, not a blog, but you’ll like it. I promise.
This blog by an anonymous mother in “Mulletville, Connecticut” will have you peeing your pants. I love her creativity so much, I don’t even mind that she’s anonymous and that I’m dying to know what her day job is.
Affectionately known as “Kitch,” this woman will knock your socks off with not only her recipes, but her writing. I don’t cook much, but I still get inspired by her creations.
Kristen discusses parenting, books, and a wide array of subjects on the very popular Motherese. A must for any savvy and culturally interested parent.
Sarah and Jen, two sisters, take turns posting about their lives with three children. Smart, funny, and creative, you’ll enjoy perusing both new and old posts.
Scary Mommy (also known as Jill) is a pioneer in the mom-blogosphere. Many of her posts are short and sweet, include pictures, give blogging tips and many opportunities for laughs.
Justine writes about being a working mom to a precious daughter. Her posts are intelligent, insightful, and moving.
Gretchen Rubin always provides great tips on adjusting one’s attitude, or, um, being happy.
Author Amy writes with candor and wit about the adventures of motherhood, always adding a dash of travel and literature to her posts. Oh, how I adore when women write about literature.
You will laugh your dusty mommy underpants right off! (Not in a naughty way.)
Melissa keeps an online dictionary of invented words for moms that will probably end up in the Oxford English Dictionary. Or Wikipedia. Whichever. (They’re very fun and funny.) And she publishes articles pretty much everywhere.
Kelly is another great food writer from Philadelphia, baking her way through her twenties, sharing all the juicy details. Who can’t get behind reading about cookies and pancakes on her lunch break?
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