I have a fantastic team of contributing writers. These are just their short bios. To learn more about them, go visit their blogs. For even more, we’ll be doing a brief series called “Get to Know Your Writers,” where we’ll all share 25 random facts about ourselves.
Here are my current contributing writers:
|Nina is a writer, student midwife, and mama of four. She blogs regularly atShalom Mama and loves helping others create wellness through simple living. Check out her website for more simple wellness tips and connect with Nina Nelsonvia Facebook.|
|Jessica P: Mother of three great kids and wife to the handiest man around. My life and my work have become what I’ve always dreamed of. Lover of Jesus, my family, homeschooling, real food, leading worship at my church…and coffee. I blog atRedeeming the Home to encourage myself and other to “make the most of what’s most important.”|
|Virginia George: Virginia is a Christian mom living with her husband and four kids in Minnesota. You can find her blogging about faith, food, family, and life after depression over at GeorgeTown, MN and Facebook.|
|Joanna: Joanna Rodriguez is a wife, mother, homemaker, and dancer. She loves yellow butter from cows that eat grass. So much so that her husband often remarks that the butter on her toast looks like a slab of cheese. In between changing diapers and conquering the dishes, she takes time to craft delicious and nourishing meals for her friends and family. For her, real food is about taking care of the gifts we’ve been given, and sharing what we have with those around us. Follow her at Plus Other Good Stuff.|
|Malissa: Malissa is a craftaholic, avid reader, and SAHM to two sweet little girls – Miss Moo (2 years) and Miss Roo (11 months). She and her husband are attempting to parent gently, reduce and reuse, and impart a sense of responsibility and stewardship in their children. A born and raised Virginian, she carries a soft spot in her heart for sweet tea, large porches and gentle drawls. You can follow her evolution at tryintoevolve.blogspot.com.|
|Jessica: Jessica Gianelloni is married to her husband Rit and together they are raising their 5 young children (ages 7, 6, 5, 4, & 3) Jessica is a former collegiate athlete with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Counseling & Education. Jessica enjoys the balance of both working outside of the home for her family’s business, and staying home with her 5 children. With the birth of her first child came a desire to research vaccines. That research quickly grew into a God-given passion to educate and empower mothers to make informed decisions regarding the health of their children. Jessica is a vaccine awareness activist and daily advocates for families dealing with vaccine injury and vaccine recovery. Jessica spends a lot of her time researching, writing, and blogging about anything health-related; specifically relating to young children. Her dedication to her work is to fulfill Proverbs 31:8. You can read her articles at The Gianelloni Family: Life As We Know It.|
|Beth Ricci: Beth blogs at Red & Honey, a lifestyle blog for the naturally-minded homemaker. She recently began a passionate love affair with coffee and her life will never be the same. She has had three babies in less than four years, is a professional laundry-avoider, and loves to stay up way too late making weird stuff from scratch that normal people tend to just buy in a store. Hence, the coffee.|
|Megan Ciampa: Megan is living proof that children change the way you view your life and the world around you. Prior to having children, Megan was a middle school guidance counselor who figured whenever she and her husband would have children, she’d be a career momma and “make it work.” That plan was quickly scratched after the birth of their first child, when Megan used a birth doula, began exploring cloth diapers, organic produce, “real food,” and alternative health. She blogs at Chiquita Bambino, aptly named in Spanish and Italian after her little girl and baby boy.|
| Matthew F: Matthew is a freelance writer in Central Ohio. He and his wife of five years are enjoying the adventures that come with having a five-month-old son. One of the first things they’ve learned is that you shouldn’t double the size of your garden and try to raise an infant.
|Sara B: Sara of A Joyful Mother is a follower of Christ, married to a strong man with a leader’s soul, and Mama of a sweet little boy who is more like his Daddy every day. Sara is passionate about natural health and the vibrancy it brings, the powerful role of the stay at home Mama, Christianity, herbs, real food in all its deliciousness, and natural birth. You can find her at her blog writing about abiding in the home with joy (Psalm 113:9) and finding fulfillment in the little things Mamas do every day.|
I am a Christian and have been married to my youth-pastor husband for 6 years. We have two young boys and dream of having 10 more (ok, that might just be me). I used to be a special education teacher and now I stay home with our kids where we eat lots of butter and always have something fermenting in the kitchen. Our lives are busy with youth ministry, parenthood, and cooking real, whole foods. Join with us as we try to live the abundant life that God has for us and blog all about it at simplelifeabundantlife.com.