Your favorite digital resources just got some company. Cozy up to these four new websites and free e-newsletters that offer everything from lifestyle tips for the modern mom to nutritional advice to curated fashions you can buy in just a few clicks.
Are you a modern mom looking for expert advice on how to breastfeed to career tips on negotiating a more flexible work schedule? If so, Motherly is for you. This new digital community speaks to the modern mom with a diaper bag in one hand and her iPhone in the other. At Motherly expect to find newsy items, pragmatic parenting advice, career tips and product features.
Content meets commerce in this glossy new resource for moms who don’t want to lose their fashion edge. At Mini-Mode you’ll find a curated selection of styles ready to buy for baby, kids, tweens, as well as moms and moms-to-be from brands like Stella McCartney, Rag & Bone, Chloe, Crewcuts and Zara Kids. You’ll also get sucked into their editorial features (which you can then shop) that focus on chic mom fashions.
If you’re a new or expectant mom looking to get nutrition information and make a difference, visit Wee Feed, a social impact platform created by the non-profit, 1,000 Days. Once you enter your child’s age, each week Wee Feed will send you a free e-newsletter with evidence-based nutrition info. that will help you and your baby thrive during the most crucial time: the first 1,000 days from pregnancy to their second birthday. As a Wee Feed community member you can make your own social impact by sharing information, advocating for issues that matter to you or donating to programs around the world.
Now that your Thursdays aren’t your prime night for scoring the best happy hour deals (unless you’re counting the early bird kids eat free special), you need a resource that can adapt to your newfound lifestyle as a parent. Fatherly, a new website and free e-newsletter, just launched to help dads (and moms!) navigate parenthood with practical tips, product guides and interviews with experts and influencers. Fatherly toes the line between fun ideas and handy tips you’ll actually use.
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— Erin Lem