Want to be a part of Daily Mom?

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As I mentioned earlier on Facebook, we are ready to expand at Daily Mom, which means adding new team members and contributors.

If you read Daily Mom and would like to be a part of it, read on.
If you’ve never heard of it, visit the website and then read on.

Don’t mistake the goofy photos in this post for lack of seriousness. We are fun bunch, but we also take what we do seriously. Photos for this post are from a Daily Mom editors meet in 2013. I never got to post about it so at least sharing some of the photos in this post seemed semi-appropriate 🙂 We value our team and how big Daily Mom has gotten, but we would not have been half the team we are without the humor and the craziness and all the fun we have together online and in real life. Also these are just a few of our team members, as well as some honorary ex-team members. Current staff is slightly different from the pictures below.


Who we are

Daily Mom was started by me over a year ago as a medium for all things that we, as mothers, want to know and share.  We are a team of women, the count changes as new team members and contributors join and leave, but the core stays the same. We believe in publishing content that has the potential to help mothers in one way or another.


What we do?

It’s slightly different from other websites in that you will not find fluff there: no celebrity articles, no entertaining news (though we might be adding some parenting related entertainment on the side), no gossip, no judging or comparing parenting styles. What we do write about are things we find useful and would like to share with other moms: tips, how-tos, tutorials, ideas, lists, guides, products. Anything that has a potential to educate or help or help women and mothers discover new things.

We write, we discover, we find, we share.

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Our Team

We are all very like minded but extremely different, as moms and as people. And we have CRAZY fun together. The kind of chats that cause midnight outbursts of crazy laughter that raise husbands’ eyebrows and the kind that we hashtagged #dmdirtytalk. We all have the same goal of creating an AMAZING publication and there is huge pride and a sense of accomplishment from that.


Why now?

Up until recently, we have all been pretty busy with day to day writing and operations of the website. It’s a big project and it takes a lot of work and time on the part of our editors. Finally, we think it’s time to focus on expanding our team and making it more awesome, diverse and knowledgeable.


Who we are looking for?

Other men and women, moms and dads, single and married, with or without kids to spread their knowledge and be a part of something cool.

You don’t need writing experience, you don’t need blogging experience, you don’t need much of anything but a passion for sharing knowledge and experience. For examples of what we have written about, go here.

We don’t base who we accept off a set of characteristics, because everyone is different and everyone is capable of different things that might not be reflected in their life experience. All we want is passion and interest. If you have that, the rest can be figured out.


Why do it?

Many reasons, each one of them different for every person.

  • Some girls love writing for Daily Mom, because it makes them feel good to be a part of something big, a part of a team of like-minded women working towards the same goal. It’s very different than writing for a small blog in the sense that you get to collaborate, bounce off ideas of each other, help each other.
  • Others enjoy the “spreading the knowledge and information” part.
  • Everyone loves writing about products- this is always the fun part, because it feels like shopping.
  • Some women love having a bigger audience for what they have to say.
  • But mainly, it’s just fun. Fun to have a built-in sisterhood of other writers, support of like-minded women, their experience and help, to feel the fulfillment of collaborations with other girls and accomplishment of very informative posts, to see your work come to live.  That is often very important to those of us who stay at home with their babies, because it’s a way of feeling accomplished without leaving your kids for the day.
  • A big part of it is knowing that you’re helping other women get  access to information they need or are interested in.
  • And finally, one of the biggest benefits our current Daily Moms have cited is huge learning potential. What they have learned at Daily Mom, from writing styles to formatting to photography, has been invaluable and self-fulfilling.


What topics do we write about?

Anything a modern woman would be interested to know/learn is a good start: parenting, kids, pregnancy, TTC, health, green living, etc….

To be more specific, here are the areas we are most interested in, but not limited to:

  • Fashion
  • Beauty
  • Fitness
  • Healthy Living
  • Older Kids Parenting
  • Saving
  • Tech
  • Pregnancy/Postpartum Issues (pregnancy loss, infertility, adoption, PPD, etc)
  • Humor (if you’re funny, we want you)

Don’t like to write but love to read/browse?

Also if you’re a Social Media/Blog/Product/Etsy/Pinterest Junkie, we might be able to use your “vice” to mutual benefit with our new categories, so let us know. In your email, please specify that.

Have a good eye and are good at design?

We are looking for an assistant to our current image designer.

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Love it! Where do I apply?

We used to have a questionnaire, but that turned out to be too impersonal for us and, honestly, people can’t be reduced to yes and no answers and a checklist. So we ditched that and now we just want to talk.

So email us at contributors@dailymom.com

Let us know what you’re good at and where you see yourself at DM.


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  • Reply
    May 24, 2014 at 9:04 PM

    Umm I think more meetups need to happen :]

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      May 24, 2014 at 10:13 PM

      Hahaha we have been discussing our next one for a year now but chicks be having kids all the time so we are waiting for a time where there are no more newborns.

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    May 24, 2014 at 11:23 PM

    Damn fertile bitches

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      May 24, 2014 at 11:28 PM

      Bwahahahahaha I say that like 3 times a day! 🙂 lololol. Quit having kids. Kristy is the last one in August and then your vaginas are shut down for business for 2 years!

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    May 27, 2014 at 10:33 AM

    Do you have to be skinny and good looking to apply?

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      May 27, 2014 at 10:51 AM

      Bwahahahhahaha. Totally. It’s one of the prerequisites.
      Megan couldn’t make it. She’s our plus size representatives. One of the most important people on DM 🙂

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    May 27, 2014 at 2:16 PM

    I was interested in Daily Mom from the minute you mentioned the website. Such a great idea however, the lack of diversity is a total turn off. I’m not a White – stay at home mom. I’m an Mexican American-Working Citizen. I myself along with other women from various nationalities contribute to society. To insinuate that only White American women contribute to society is pathetic and speaks loudly to your character. If I remember correctly, you aren’t American. I would think you of all people would appreciate diversity.

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      May 27, 2014 at 4:00 PM

      That’s very interesting that you’re putting it on us that we don’t have various nationalities. It’s not like we turn away women because they are not white SAHMs.

      In fact, we have never been approached by a Mexican-America mom or an Indian mom, or an Asian mom ( except after this post). Everyone goes through the same process, some stick, others don’t. It has nothing to do with their skin color, background, diversity – it only has to do with whether they can contribute in the same manner as everyone else.

      We have working moms, Canadian moms, American mom, Russian (obviously) moms, stay at home moms, work from home moms. Those are the moms that reached out and volunteered to write for Daily Mom. The fact that we don’t represent every other nationality is only indicative of those nationalities’ interests, exposure and desires to write for DM. Certainly not of fear of true diversity on our part.

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    May 27, 2014 at 2:47 PM


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    May 29, 2014 at 12:14 PM

    I’ve been following your blog since the beginning and therefore the Daily Mom as well. I love this!

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    May 29, 2014 at 5:57 PM

    So there’s no remuneration for writing for the site?

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      May 29, 2014 at 8:53 PM

      Contributing for Daily Mom is completely voluntary. I can’t say there is no pay-off in many ways, but it’s not a job.

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    June 1, 2014 at 7:21 PM

    I’m from the UK and i LOVE your blog. I’ve been reading it for over a year now. Do you accept writers who are living abroad?

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      June 1, 2014 at 7:46 PM

      Yes, we do Hannah!

      We are nearly done accepting contributors though, because the response was overwhelming. Email me and if you’re a great fit, we’ll get you on board anyways.

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    June 3, 2014 at 10:32 AM

    Elena! I’m suuuuuper interested but just saw the post now! Is it too late to apply?
    I live in Montreal, Quebec, Canada…

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      Elena @The Art of Making a Baby
      June 3, 2014 at 6:12 PM

      Liane, email us. We decide to continue since we already have the process in place, it’s easier to just continue adding.

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    June 11, 2014 at 11:30 AM

    Hi. I was having a problem accessing the website. And just tried again today. I instructed my husband, stay at home dad to apply. Hopefully it’s not too late to apply?
    Thank you!

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