Tiffany Anderson was born in and raised all over the US, and currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and children. Tiffany works from home as a managing partner of a contract design firm. She is also the creator, editor and writer of Mommy Methodology, a website dedicated to finding both healthy lifestyle methods, and natural parenting methods.
As a working mom with a chronic illness she aims to write about tips and recommendations for health, home, parenting, and schooling in an informative yet concise manner. You can find her at www.mommymethodology.com.
Kandice Kelso is a work from home mom with two beautiful boys Cash & Wyatt, a wife, former college athlete, and yoga enthusiast with a Master’s Degree in Behavior Management. She is a Wedding & Event Coordinator at her own eco-friendly company, Green-Eyed Girl Productions, more than full time nine months of the year during the wedding season and dedicates the other three months of the year to her handmade and vintage Etsy Store, The Vintage Event.
She actively volunteers in her community for The American Cancer Society, Children’s Miracle Network and several other non-profit groups in her area year round. In an attempt to pay-it-forward Kandice manages two blogs including a Coordinating Blog that offers inspirations, articles and free advice as well as her family blog, A Cotton Kandi Life, where she chronicles her creative outlets, life adventures, sustainable living habits and offers advice to parents, wives and women. Read her full bio here.
Samara is 25 years old, living in the big city on her own. She has worked fulltime for the past two years and is being heavily involved in her community. With volunteering, working full time, it left minimal time for herself.
Recently, she started blogging My Adventure Called Life. Although it began as a hobby and something just for her, it quickly became a passion. She now spends all her free time blogging, or researching blogging, and plans to travel in the upcoming year.
Samara is adventurous and always up for a challenge. She joined Our Small Hours in May of 2015, as a way to write, learn and be a part of an additional blogging community outside of her own blog.
Rach Wheatley is a proud mum and wife who juggles day care drop offs, collecting pretty things and getting sweaty via a range of fun/crazy fitness adventures. Rach loves working with women who want to live a more meaning life and thrives on helping women live out their life purpose by developing the business of their dreams. She does this through her business Project: Breathe. On her blog she shares insights into living more mindfully, with more intention and creating more purpose in her life and she offers coaching and mentoring to entrepreneurial mums.
Katie McIntosh is a clumsy, free spirited, nature loving, pro wrestling fanatic who has an unfortunate knack for being socially awkward. Like when you go to buy a movie ticket and they say “enjoy the movie”… and you respond with “you too… oh sorry you’re working” Yep, that’s her!
In 2013, Katie left her job, packed what she could into two suitcases, sold the rest and moved to America to marry her sweetheart. He deployed a month later. Crazy timing huh? What followed was a hectic immigration and set-up-life-in-a-new-country phase and now here she is 18 months later, living in the tropical paradise of Hawaii and blogging about her journey.
Donna Fitzgerald is a guest blogger who enjoys composing various works around health and family wellness subjects. She is an avid reader and writer. In her spare time, you can find Donna enjoying the calm ocean waters, while she relaxes at the beach. Generally, she is accompanied by a novel. Donna has two daughters, and is an advocate for helping other families remain healthy.
I’m a deeply flawed, Christian mom, author, speaker, attorney and listener with a rich variety of life experiences. I advocate and champion mothers and family life. I help weary, discouraged moms find solutions for unexpected family challenges so they can know peace, joy (and a little bit of fun!) in the divine calling of mothering. Maybe you can relate to my non-Pin-worthy life.
Follow Christine on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest and visit her website Real Mom Life.
Megan Wild combines her love of writing with her passion for home improvement and home decor on her website, Your Wild Home.
Mercedes Samudio, LCSW is a parent coach who supports parents as they discover and unlock their unique parenting powers. She truly believes that when parents feel empowered they can be great guides for raising healthy and happy children! She is a leading parenting expert certified in nonviolent child-raising and attachment parenting, and has been featured in The Huffington Post, Woman’s Day, Daily Parent, Parenting OC Magazine and Kids In The House.