for mompreneurs, lifestyle bloggers, and working moms running businesses
by Brittany Taylor
published May 7, 2018
updated May 24, 2018
¶ I have to be honest with you: I don’t have any kids. My Goldendoodle and my business are the closest things I have to children, and you and I both know they’re not even close to being comparable.
I’m telling you this because I like transparency and because I have no desire to keep myself separate from my business blog, even if I’m writing about something I don’t have direct experience in. Am I blogging pro? Uh-yup. Am I brainstorming expert? You bet. But the mom thing? That’s your gig, not mine (well, not yet, anyway).
Still, I can help you figure out how to talk about your experience as a parent and as a working mother at the same time that you’re dishing on your online business. No matter what elements of your life you’re sharing online, it all comes down to the same thing: Building a relationship with your readers by sharing a part of your personal life with them.
Whether you’re beginning to figure out how you want to talk about your family online or you’re a long-time mommy blogger struggling to come up with new ideas, these blogging prompts for mompreneurs are here to help.
Read on for 23 ideas to get you started.
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Blogging prompts are a great way to begin thinking about how you can incorporate your family life and experiences as a mother into your business brand.
These 23 prompts for mompreneurs are the perfect place to start. Whether you’re led to stories about diaper duty or first dates, your own mother or the moment you became a parent, let these story starters guide you to become more personal on your business blog.
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The next step? Turning these mompreneur writing prompts into brilliant blog posts
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My name is Brittany, but my friends and clients call me "Britt." Online small business owners hire me to create content strategies and write their blog posts, email newsletters, and social media updates. I work with bosses around the world from the marshes of Charleston, S.C.