About Kin Unplugged
Becoming a Mom, Easier Parenting and Mom Joy
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Hello and welcome!
Here on Kin Unplugged, you’ll find a wide range of posts from marriage to pregnancy through to becoming an empty nester. I love to share valuable information and sometimes also personal experiences from moms that will help other moms on their journeys through motherhood. For moms-to-be, I also hope this is a place where women can get tips on how to enjoy that mom life once it begins!
I try to post a new article at least once a week but occasionally, there will be a new article as often as three times a day or twice a month. It really all depends on how chaotic my life is at any point in time.
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To learn more about how to navigate your way around, start here. To see some of the helpful resources I provide, visit my Printables page. You might also be interested in reading this particular article which is currently my most visited page on the site. It’s about what to take with you when meeting your partner’s parents for the first time.
I’m a mom of two kids – currently a toddler and a baby. I’m pretty much always tired and so also constantly thinking of ways to make my life as a mom easier and less stressful. I like to share the time management tips, cleaning hacks, birthing encouragement and general advice I come up with and learn from others in this space.
Formerly working in financial services and also a student of Gender at Masters level, I enjoy looking at the different roles that moms and dads and husbands and wives take on in the home.
I believe every life experience is special but also shared with someone, somewhere. Therefore, every mom can find someone to relate to. I want to share as many mom life experiences and lessons learned here on Kin Unplugged as possible. Especially for millennial moms because…well, I am a millennial mom.
Do feel free to comment with your thoughts and personal experiences below each post. When one particularly tickles you, makes you think really hard or maybe even makes you angry (hopefully there won’t be too many of those), share it with others!