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The Top 5 Parenting Websites For You

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How many of these incredible people do you know?

I’m going to share the top leaders in parenting that really changed my life for the better. 

And by the end of the article, you will discover how to be a happier, more present mom, who has some of the best resources available to create a wonderful home for your family.

Ready? Let’s dive in!

home page of Mom Life Happy Life
Mom Life Happy Life

Parenting Website #1: Mom Life Happy Life

Mom Life Happy Life is the blog of Suzi Whitford. Suzi is an industrial engineer turned stay-at-home mom, who created Mom Life Happy Life as a community to support mom bloggers. So at Mom Life Happy Life, you are getting advice and articles on a wide range of topics, such as birth, motherhood, and running a home from over a hundred different experienced moms. There’s even a section on information for working moms, which can sometimes be hard to come by, as working moms don’t have a lot of extra time to write a blog (major props to those moms that do!).

Suzi also has a link to her blog course at, if you’re interested in starting your own blog. I used it, and it gave me the knowledge and confidence to start my own blog for you.

You can visit Suzi and the hundreds of other mom bloggers at

home page of Organizing Moms
Organizing Moms

Parenting Website #2: Organizing Moms

Organizing Moms is the blog of Katie Pyle. Katie has been helping moms get organized since 2015. She has articles on the best ways to organize and declutter your home (why baskets are so helpful), great home management tips (ways to get your family involved), and – something I struggled with even before becoming a mom – meal planning (great freezer meal ideas).

Katie has a wonderful shop full of helpful guides and plans to get you organized in no time!

You can visit Katie at

home page of Smart Money Mamas
Smart Money Mamas

Parenting Website #3: Smart Money Mamas

Smart Money Mamas is the blog of Chelsea, a former hedge fund investor. Chelsea’s blog is all about building a better relationship with your money. She offers guidance on budgeting, investing, and debt, along with information on helping your kids understand money. Chelsea also offers information for mothers in different situations: talking about finances with your spouse, handling finances as a single mom, being divorced and a stay-at-home mom, managing money as a blended family.

Chelsea offers guides and courses on how to set money goals based on what you want in life. She has a twice weekly podcast where she talks about all things money. She also has a free Facebook community to connect with other moms who are working on their finances. If you’re looking to dig deep into your finances, this is the place to go for some amazing help!

You can visit Chelsea at

home page of The Confident Mom
The Confident Mom

Parenting Website #4: The Confident Mom

The Confident Mom is the blog of Susan. Susan is here to truly help moms. She believes moms were called to do an extraordinary job. She has articles to help with mom life and home life, homeschooling and recipes, faith and self-care, adoption and foster care. She digs into deeper issues like helping you and your kids deal with grief, tips for weary moms, and overcoming mom guilt.

Susan also offers coaching sessions for you, as a mom. This is truly amazing to me. These kids don’t come with handbooks, so if you’re looking for a little guidance or support, Susan may be exactly the person you’ve been looking for. She is truly trying to make us all more confident moms.

You can visit Susan at

home page of Fab Working Mom Life
Fab Working Mom Life

Parenting Website #5: Fab Working Mom Life

Fab Working Mom Life is the blog of Julie. Julie is one of the awesome mom bloggers who is working full-time and running a blog to help other full-time moms find the balance between work life, home life, and self. Julie is also a military spouse, which means she’s a solo parent most of the time.

Julie offers great advice and resources for working moms, including courses, organizational tools, nanny searches, cooking tips, easy activities for kids, and how to get the most out of your weekends. If you’re looking to connect with another mom who understands what it’s like to wear all the hats, Julie is the mom you’re looking for.

You can visit Julie at


I hope I was able to provide you with some positive resources for your journey of motherhood. As you can see from these great women, it takes a village to raise those kiddos. Sometimes you just need pointed in the right direction to find the help you need.

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