Submit Your Story!

We are looking to hear from members of our community who want to have their stories told! With that we are looking for amazing blog contributions to post on our site!

Send us your blog and, if your blog is accepted, we will post it on our site for our over 350,000+ monthly readers! These stories should be from your personal experience, aimed to educate, inspire or motivate the reader. In general we like to focus on practical tips for dealing with everyday situations.

  • Posts should be between 500 and 1000 words.
  • We do edit posts submitted by our guest bloggers. We won’t rewrite your piece, but we may make grammatical changes, minor edits, title changes, etc.
  • Please submit your article in a Microsoft word document. Make sure to include your full name and e-mail address, as well as a 2-4 sentence byline about yourself to go with the post.
  • If your article has already been shared via your blog/website and you want to republish it on our site that is perfectly ok! Just when you are sending it to us give us a url of where the original blog post appeared!
  • We LOVE pictures! Please send us at least 3 high-resolution photos. They can be of you, your family, action shots, etc.
  • You can send us as many blogs as you have! All we ask is that you have the rights to each original piece you send us.
  • Email your entry when finished to You can read more of our blogs at

Looking forward to reading more of your work all! – Kerry

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