Welcome, fellow parenting bloggers and burnt out writers! Are you feeling stumped on what to write about on your motherhood lifestyle blog? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with 101 creative and exciting blog post ideas that will have your readers coming back for more. From meal planning and self-care tips to parenting hacks and product reviews, our list is chock-full of inspiration to help you create engaging content that resonates with your audience. So sit back, relax, and get ready to take your motherhood lifestyle blog to the next level!
Posting Content to Your Blog
How to Schedule Your Content
Create a content calendar: A content calendar is a useful tool for planning and organizing your blog content. It can help you ensure that your posts are spaced out evenly, cover a range of topics, and align with important dates and events.
Mix Up Your Content
- Determine your posting frequency: Decide how often you want to publish new blog posts. Whether it’s once a week or three times a week, be consistent with your posting schedule so that your readers know when to expect new content.
- Plan ahead: Write and schedule posts in advance so that you don’t have to scramble to come up with new content at the last minute. Having a backlog of posts can also help you maintain a consistent posting schedule when unexpected events arise.
- Consider your audience: Think about when your readers are most likely to be online and when they are most engaged with your content. Schedule your posts for those times to maximize engagement.
- Mix up your content: Don’t publish posts on the same topic back-to-back. Mix up your content and cover a range of topics to keep your readers engaged.
Remember, scheduling blog content is a process of trial and error. You may need to adjust your posting frequency or content topics to find what works best for you and your audience.
Seek out inspiration.
Don’t wait for it to come on it’s own (let’s face it, as a busy mom, it might never come). Pinterest, other mom blogs, Instagram, and books are all wonderful sources for inspiration.
The ultimate way to find content that is valuable and needed is to solve a problem. One of my most popular posts is “How to Survive Your One-Year-Old’s First Blood Test”. I wrote that post out of frustration that I couldn’t find the information I needed heading up to my daughter’s blood test. All I could find were medical journals or WebMD pages that were literal and vague. I wanted to read about another mom’s experience. So, I made a note of it and the night of her blood test, I sat down and wrote that post.
It’s a great example of having a problem and providing a solution. What problem have you solved or what have you overcome that deserves a permanent spot on your blog? Shifting my perspective to problem solving has greatly improved my writing.
101 Motherhood and Lifestyle Blog Post Ideas
- A day in the life of a working mom
- How to balance work and motherhood
- Self-care tips for busy moms
- How to establish a morning routine with kids
- Best time management strategies for moms
- The benefits of yoga for moms
- How to stay organized with a family planner
- Top healthy meal planning tips for moms
- How to incorporate exercise into a busy mom’s schedule
- Tips for stress-free family vacations
- Healthy snacks for kids on-the-go
- Teaching kids about money management
- How to encourage your kids to read
- Top parenting podcasts to listen to
- Self-development strategies for moms
- Mindfulness tips for busy moms
- Home office organization for work-at-home moms
- Tips for working out at home with kids
- Tips for finding time for hobbies as a mom
- Productivity hacks for moms
- Budgeting tips for families
- Teaching kids about gratitude
- How to create a capsule wardrobe
- The best apps for busy moms
- Tips for a healthy and happy pregnancy
- Breastfeeding tips for new moms
- Preparing for a new baby
- The best Netflix shows for kids (divide into age groups)
- The best baby gear for new parents
- Baby food recipes for new moms
- Preparing for the first day of school
- Homeschooling tips for parents
- Choosing the right daycare for your child
- How to encourage independence in kids
- Tips for parenting a strong-willed child
- How to deal with picky eaters
- Healthy lunchbox ideas for kids
- Creative ways to celebrate birthdays at home
- How to make family movie night special
- The benefits of family game night
- Teaching kids about healthy food choices
- Tips for managing sibling rivalry
- How to get your kids involved in household chores
- Parenting through difficult times
- How to keep your kids safe online
- Teaching kids about kindness and empathy
- Creative ways to teach kids about history and culture
- The benefits of art therapy for kids
- Tips for planning a successful family game night
- How to deal with kids’ tantrums
- The benefits of outdoor play for kids
- Tips for organizing a playroom
- Creative craft ideas for kids
- How to make holidays special for kids
- Dealing with separation anxiety in children
- The benefits of music education for kids
- Tips for managing a household on a tight budget
- How to create a home learning environment
- Advice for single moms
- How to handle discipline as a parent
- Creative ways to teach kids about art
- The benefits of homeschooling
- Tips for teaching kids about diversity and inclusion
- The benefits of playtime for kids
- How to plan a fun and educational family vacation
- Managing time as a stay-at-home mom
- The benefits of reading to your children
- How to set achievable goals as a mom
- Ways to make family meals more fun and engaging
- Teaching kids about the value of money and saving
- How to create a morning routine that works for your family
- The benefits of pet ownership for kids
- How to make reading fun for kids
- Tips for managing screen time for kids
- How to teach kids about healthy relationships
- Tips for raising confident and independent daughters
- The benefits of learning a second language for kids
- Creative ways to get kids to try new foods
- Teaching kids about the environment and sustainability (love this one!)
- Tips for managing food allergies in kids
- The benefits of mindfulness for kids
- How to talk to kids about bullying
- The benefits of extracurricular activities for kids
- Tips for managing social media for kids
- Creative ways to teach kids about science and technology
- How to help kids manage stress
- The benefits of nature play for kids
- Teaching kids about healthy body image
- Creative ways to teach kids about geography
- Tips for dealing with sleep problems in children
- The benefits of volunteer work for kids
- The benefits of sports for children
- How to choose a pediatrician
- 1,000 Hours challenge
- Tips for traveling with kids
- Creative ways to teach kids about different cultures
- How to create a relaxing evening routine for yourself
- How to manage your child’s screen time during the pandemic
- Tips for maintaining a healthy marriage while raising kids.
- Why every mom needs a blog
- How to establish healthy boundaries as a mom
Whew! That should keep you busy for a little while. One idea is two set a goal of two a week for one year. At the end of the year you could have 104 blog posts!
I hope that this list of 101 motherhood lifestyle blog post ideas has given you the inspiration you need to create compelling and engaging content for your readers. Remember, the key to success is to stay true to your voice and share your unique perspective and experiences with your audience.
Whether you’re a seasoned blogger or just starting out, we encourage you to explore the topics on our list and make them your own. And if you ever feel stuck, come back and check out this list for a quick burst of inspiration. Happy blogging!
Have you written on any of the topics on this list? Feel free to post them below!
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I’ve written and produced a TON of content to help parents raise active kids. While children need 2-3 hours outside each day, studies show that kids are barely getting 15 minutes of recess outside. They go from home, to car/bus, to school, and back home. I’ve linked to some of my work. Thanks for encouraging us to share > https://fit2b.us/fit2b-kids