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Image via Michelle Sweeney, Little Nest Portraits

 

 

The goal of all of my writing is to say the things that other people have a hard time admitting to or articulating; to be candid and raw and to say, “You are not alone.” I want to make people’s lives better, be it by reading a funny anecdote, or a heartwarming story, or a discussion of the stigma-ridden world of mental illness…

When it comes to my Partnerships & Purpose, I lead with my values and heart; I use the same philosophy I employ when it comes to the advertising on my site. I only partner with companies that I feel can realistically enhance your life. Whether it is a product review, a sponsored post, or an ad on the siteI will be featuring products, services and companies that I believe in and that I feel can better your days.

Partners have been under the umbrella of wellness, fashion, design, beauty, skincare products, mental health advocacy groups, children’s companies, family photographers, creative accessories, baby products, nourishment ideas and more.

If you are looking to partner with Mommy, Ever After, please send an email to Rebecca@mommyeverafter.com

Let’s work together to make lives better.

Rebecca

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Mommy, Ever After Partnerships include:

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lululemon athletica

Gerber

The Mother Company

Caveman Coffee Co.

Songs for Seeds

Birchbox Birchbloggers

Ettika

MonBaby

Nicole Miller Philadelphia (mkd & associates)

Recovery Rockstars

Wolf Performing Arts Center

Forty Seven Pieces

InteriorCrowd

Little Nest Portraits

Revivals Boutique

Carrie’s Essential Services

Unbreakable Dames

Olive & Spruce

iLOVE photo booths

Fuel: Recharge Yourself

Step Inside with Jamie

J.Hilburn

lulu’s casita

Fashionkind

The Juice Merchant

Instacart

Rodan + Fields Dermatologists

Shade Sunless Tanning Company

Julian Krinsky Camps and Programs

Purposeful Networking

Mina Danielle Luxury Jewelry

Biutoni

The Children’s Boutique

AWP Illustrations

Thinking Putty

Avi Loren Fox

PBandU

The Healing Arts Center of Philadelphia

Vivi G. Shoes

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