About Me/Contact/Guest Writers

With my children in one of my favorite places on earth, Point Lobos, California.

About Jennifer Wolfe:

I’m Jennifer Wolfe, a mom, teacher, and writer from northern California. I love traveling to off-the-grid places like Nicaragua, digging in my garden and baking-as-a-form-of-stress-relief. I’m so happy you’re here – I hope that my words will inspire you to think deeply, love fiercely, and use your voice for what you believe in. I started mamawolfe in June 2011 because I love sharing stories about my life with kids – at home and in the classroom. Teenagers aren’t as outrageous as you might think – they actually teach me something every day. Some of my reflections have been shared on Huffington Post and Listen To Your Mother. If you’re a parent or a teacher, or even a fellow citizen concerned about our future, mamawolfe will offer you with food for thought; I’d love to get to know you and your point of view, too, so please join me on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Goodreads. Together we can make change happen!

 Contact:

Thank you so very much for spending time on mamawolfe today. I hope my writing helped you to reflect on life in a new way, and that you’re inspired to share your own stories.

Please contact me by email at mamawolfeto2@gmail.com

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Guest Writing Policy:

Thank you for your interest in writing for mamawolfe. To guest post, writers must agree to the following policies:

* Posts must complement the themes of mamawolfe and jenniferwolfe.net

* Posts must be between 150-800 words.

* Writers may include a link to their own site in body and byline only.

* If necessary, Jennifer Wolfe reserves the right to edit content to fit format of blog. Contact will be made with writer prior to publishing for approval.

* All copy must be well written and free of spelling and grammatical errors. Posts must include a relevant photograph.

* Guest posts must be shared through author’s social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.

* Guest writers must follow mamawolfe and post mamwolfe’s button on their site.

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    1. Hello jenniferwolfe.net,

      I hope you are doing well 🙂

      My name is Hara, and I am currently interested in working with bloggers like yourself that would be interested in both distributing the content I can supply you with, and creating / posting / sharing content that you create.

      We currently work with a couple APAC (Asia Pacific) hotel chains every month in getting content live so are very interested in hearing from you.

      The content is always based around the location of the client, which can be generically based or go into detail on an interest type / event.

      If you were to write the post, we would give you the location to write about, and then work with you on topic creation to ensure it works well with your readers.

      If you are interested, can you please let me know a price for each of the following (where offered); if we write for you, if you write for us.

      We are also very interested in getting your readers involved with the posts, so we would love to ensure the posts you write are shared on all your social media platforms. Along with a promoted post on Facebook, to your own blog.

      If you would be sharing the posts on your channels please let me know, and if you would be interested in receiving a little extra for a promoted post, let me know also.

      I look forward to working with you in the future, have a great week!

      Thanks,
      Hara

    2. Mother of 2 teens, a preteen, and a boy! Loved your post about Something Pumpkin as my oldest son is off to college for the first time this year. It has been a real struggle NOT to hover! Looking forward to hearing more from your blog.

      1. Hi Laurie, I’m so glad to meet you here- sounds like we have a lot in common! Isn’t the transition to college an amazingly bittersweet one? This has definitely given me so much to write about….so excited to have you as part of our community.

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