How do you decide on your writing topics? For some it’s to solve a problem or answer a question for their community. Others write as a way to alleviate stress or navigate through trying times. No matter your reason for writing, here at Pushing Lovely we encourage and support you on your writing journey.
Below the women of Pushing Lovely share why they write about the topics they do:
Encouragement, Inspiration and Motivation
I believe every working mom can succeed and be happy with the right encouragement, inspiration and motivation. That is why I created the blog Janeane’s World and it is why I work every day to create articles and resources designed to encourage, inspire and motivate women to be their best at work and home. ~ Janeane Davis
My articles are resources for entrepreneurs to develop their business and personal identity and experience through graphic design, branding education, and service design. This will enable them to now successfully connect with their desired customer and niche. ~ Caroll Atkin, Caroll Atkins Creatives
Provide Resources for Work-At-Home Mothers
I started Aspiring Mompreneur because my desire is to help moms who want to work from home so that they can spend as much time as possible with their babies and toddlers. My goal is to present all the possible work at home options for moms to choose the one that is the best fit. ~ Irene Krasnoff
Motherhood, Work, and Self-Care
As Told by V is a lifestyle website for millennial women that focuses on motherhood, work, and self-care. I write on ATbV because I want it all and more importantly, I believe I can have it all. My goal for ATbV is to create a safe place where other ambitious women who feel the same can find comfort in saying, “I love my family, I love my work, and I love me. Unapologetically. ~ Vaneese Morris
Share Diverse Books
Have you ever thought: There are so many books out there but I can’t find a book with diverse characters. What do I do?
I can help you with that. I’m Pam Brown Margolis and it’s my passion to read children’s books. I realized that few mainstream books contain diverse and multicultural characters. I decided to help others hunt for books containing diversity. If you’re ready to discover great books for people of all kind, stick around.
I Volunteer. To read diversity. ~ Pam Brown Margolis, An Unconventional Librarian
Motherhood: From Personal Story to Resource For Others
Mama Knows It All was created as a way for me to share my personal story. Through it I discovered an amazing community that sowed into me and into each other. I write on it to be a resource to other women, and to keep myself accountable as a mother, a wife, and a woman. ~ Brandi Riley
Support For Breast Cancer Patients, Survivors & Loved Ones
Breast cancer is a well-known disease but being diagnosed and going through treatment can be very isolating and lonely. My Fabulous Boobies started as a way to chronicle one sister’s story through breast cancer. A lot is said about researching for a cure and assisting women through treatment, but not a lot is said about surviving. What happens after it’s over? I am Nicole McLean and I write to help other women (and the people who love them) to know that they are not alone in their illness, and that picking up the pieces of your life after breast cancer is possible. I want to help other survivors know that they’re not alone, they don’t have to be superwoman and they can have the life that they want. ~ Nicole McLean
Motherhood and Marriage: Motivation for Women
BernettaStyle is a website the celebrates Motherhood & Marriage in addition to Motivating women to follow their dreams. My goal is to write stories & articles that women can relate to and learn from. Through this blogging journey, I’ve learned that many women experience similar things and it’s comforting to know we’re not alone. ~ Bernetta Jackson-Knight
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