Today it is my privilege to introduce five new columnists who will be joining the Simple Marriage team. Each columnist will be contributing regularly to our community and will add a great perspective that’s sure to help you in your relationships and family.
I am so grateful that they will be joining me this year to help make Simple Marriage even better.
Melissa Gorzelanczyk, writing about Blended Family
Melissa is a step mom, wife, writer, as well as the many other roles she plays in life. She writes about fitness, organizing, simplifying, loving, learning and getting stuff done at Peace & Projects. Be sure to subscribe so you can be inspired to live your best life by reading what she writes.
Susan Heid, writing about Motherhood and Parenting
Susan understands and empathizes with the overwhelming job of being a mom. As a certified parent and family coach, she works to empower moms and strengthen families. That’s what her site, The Confident Mom, is all about. After all, when mom is doing well, the whole family thrives.
Beth LaMie, writing about Home and Family Life
It’s great to have a grandmother’s perspective to add to our mix. She is a Personal Historian and is passionate about helping others capture their family memories and legacies – and have fun while doing it! That’s what her book and her blog are all about.
Pearl Mattenson, writing about Parenting
As the parent of 2 teenage boys, Pearl has seen her share of changes in life. With 25 years of experience as an educator and as a leadership and relationship coach, she will offer some practical thoughts and ideas to help navigate the world of parenting. After all, if there’s one thing that can complicate marriage- it’s parenting.
Dustin Riechmann, writing about Money and Career
Dustin will provide, as he calls it, the “normal guy’s” perspective to our community. He and his wife have worked hard to get out of debt, live simply, and try to live calmly in busy times. He writes about how you can do the same at Engaged Marriage.
You can read even more about our columnists here.
With the addition of these voices, 2010 looks to be a great year.