Today's guest post is by Jemma C.
We rounded up some favorite finds from around the web
Cookies & Clogs, www.cookiesandclogs.com
Cookies & Clogs tells the adventure-packed story of a family of three residing in San Francisco. It’s the perfect resource for parents looking for fun activities to do in the Bay Area, and it's full of insightful parenting tips. The family loves sharing their unique take on travel, food, entertainment, technology, and even cars. And if we’re talking cars and kids, read their review of Shuddle - a safe ride service just for kids.
The Mommy Bunch, www.mommybunch.com
The Mommy Bunch is a lifestyle blog dedicated to helping parents and families in a variety of ways. From creative DIY ideas, in-depth product reviews, parenting advice, and money-saving tips, there’s something here for everyone. Take a look at these Six Healthy Living Tips for Busy Families to see what we’re talking about.
Girl About Columbus, www.girlaboutcolumbus.com
Girl About Columbus, also known as GAC, features a City Guide of Columbus in addition to travel ideas for all over the country. Each post is accompanied by stunning photos and—often times—adorable outfit inspirations. To get you started, check out one of the author’s favorite entries detailing 5 Essential Stops in German Village.
Twin Cities Frugal Mom, www.twincitiesfrugalmom.com
If you’re interested in learning about some valuable frugal-living tips, Twin Cities Frugal Mom is the place for you. Lisa is a mom living in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area with her husband and two kids and she is constantly sharing fun and low-cost family activities to do in the city. A good place to start is by reading up on her 40 Ways to Survive the Recession. And of course be sure to check her site weekly for Coupons and Freebies.
Detroit Mommies, www.detroitmommies.com
Detroit Mommies has brought together Detroit moms, dads, grandmothers and moms-to-be in an effort to spread knowledge about a variety of topics. Each contributor is an expert in something, whether it be fashion, travel, DIY crafts, or home school tips, they cover it all. And as the air gets chillier and we require those extra winter layers, they’ve even come up with an easy DIY fleece hat perfect for your little one.