At Sollievo, we often write about what it means to have a healthy home.
That’s because our mission is to bring you products that promote good health for you and your family. We’re part of a larger community on the Internet committed to personal well-being for parents and families. Among this group, mom bloggers have been carrying the torch by promoting healthful concepts to their audiences.
Today, we bring you our favorite mom blogs for parents on-the-go, or staying at home. Big or small families, these blogs represent diversity and are for everyone. Enjoy!
#10 A Thrifty Mom
While not specifically health-related, A Thrifty Mom offers a number of healthy solutions for parents on a budget.
In today’s society, it seems like it’s getting harder and harder to make ends meet. Parents often find themselves in a dual-income scenario, whether by choice or necessity. But when you are working THAT hard — you need to stretch your dollar and stay healthy!
Browsing A Thrifty Mom, you can find light recipes, keto recipes and even some healthy copycats of some of your favorite restaurant and store brand dishes. Taking your wellness inventory means making life easy and affordable with the help of bloggers like A Thrifty Mom.
We really like the look and feel of this site. Everything is laid out in front of you and easy to navigate. Pretty Opinionated is run by Nicole Etolen, who is the mother of a 12-year-old son and numerous furbabies.
She offers healthy tips, crafts for all ages, tips for pet wellness and even a little something for mom in the Health and Beauty section of her blog.
Tech-Savvy Mama, Leticia, reminds parents to be healthy by doing little things like limiting screen time and finding worthy causes to champion in the home.
What’s refreshing about Leticia’s approach is she does it without an ounce of criticism for parents who aren’t perfect. By offering healthful suggestion, Tech-Savvy Mama reminds us every day can be a chance for healthfulness.
If we’re being honest, we all feel like we’re losing it from time to time. But Mama Kat, of Mama’s Losin’ It blog, does it in a delightful, sarcastic and witty way that makes us all breathe a sigh of relief.
One of the things that jumps out about this blog are the writing prompts. Parents have a tendency to put all of themselves into their home, families and children leaving little time to pursue passion or hobbies.
Using writing prompts, Mama’s Losin’ It encourages parents to journal and maybe develop a hobby or connect with something spiritual in the process, making this a healthful way to beat stress at home.
Different Forks is a blog dedicated to “healthy eats, and a few sweet treats” for a table of diverse and picky eaters. It offers recipes that are vegan, gluten free and family friendly for all of your dietary needs.
The blog is anything but bland using spicy language and sharp wit in the context of recipes that will make you think differently about how you eat.
#5 Dear Crissy
Dear Crissy is a cooking, DIY and wellness blog that features topics like self care, healthy bodies and healing foods. The layout of the page is refreshingly easy to navigate with a Pinterest look and feel that is familiar for most people.
This puts Crissy at our #5 spot by offering easy to find information on how to keep your family healthy and not lose your mind in the process.
Julia Rymut has made her life’s work championing a campaign against stress. She’s done this as a massage therapist, specializing in essential oils and meditation, and as a single mom.
Her blog focuses on the importance of getting outdoors, yoga and other stress relief tools and activities that parents can do around the home.
With stress relief tips and education at her website, Julia’s earned our hearts and the #4 spot on this countdown.
The Wellness Mama empire started with a simple goal not too different from ours at Sollievo.
Blogger Katie wanted to empower parents to “live more naturally through practical tips”. She’s done just that by creating a blog with recipes and DIY hacks for a clean, healthy, natural home.
Like Katie, our experience with parenthood lead us to create Sollievo. Having a child with allergies made us want to learn more about clean air. And now we bring it to customers daily.
Parenthood changes you, for sure. And Katie has done a great job at embracing the change, and delivering the benefits of natural living to parents month after month.
Briana Christine of Bikini Body Mommy made her claim to fame losing the “after baby belly” by doing some basic exercises in the home. The great thing about Briana’s delivery is she makes her workouts short but intense, easy to do at home and accessible.
But in addition to helping moms stay fit, she provides a community for moms to relish in one another’s success and motivate each other. Briana is a mother of three children, and her audience has been along with her for each leg of her journey in parenthood and weight loss.
Briana’s body positive approach to personal training reminds moms that weight is just a number, and it’s what’s inside that really counts.
Topping off our countdown at #1 is Lori Lite’s Stress Free Kids blog. This unique approach is the only one on our list that’s wholly focused on removing stressors from the lives of our children.
As a mom Lori watched her own children suffer from stress and anxiety around bedtime. So much so, that it was causing a significant amount of anxiety for her.
But rather than go quietly into the night, she began implementing stress reduction techniques and saw immediate improvement. Now she shares her tips and tricks of the trade with other parents struggling to reduce stress.
Lori uses methods like coloring, outdoor time and even emphasizes the importance of breathing. That last one is an interest we have in common with Lori here at Sollievo.
Lori’s thoughtful methods and successful outcomes put her at the top spot on our list!
By counting down our favorite mom blogs, we’ve learned a little something. Here it is.
Our experience as parents is always going to be a different challenge, but in adversity we always find a way to relate to one another. And, more importantly, we have a duty to use that to help one another bring forward future generations healthy people to inherit this earth.
We hope you enjoyed reading our countdown and we are looking forward to sharing more information like this in the future. For more on Sollievo products for a naturally healthy home, visit our website.