Yes, I said it. As a “mom blogger” I feel I have a duty to give things to you straight up, no chaser. Primarily because I have a genuine interest in the well - being of moms, and how we perceive ourselves while we are in the thick of one of the most important careers of our lifetime, Mom.
Moms are watching the lives of other moms on the web and it's becoming increasingly difficult. We feel locked into a paradox, feeling the need to quantify our motherhood journey and roles. Social media personalities have given moms a new standard of motherhood and the stakes are pretty high, its wreaking havoc on our psyche.
We get pigeonholed into the likes of other moms' lives being played and it has us questioning everything, from what we wear, to where we live, and even what we eat.