A few weeks ago we asked you to nominate your favourite Toronto mom blogger for our third annual Top 30 Toronto Mom Bloggers contest. You came up with a fabulous list of bloggers. We visited the blogs, and we deliberated over our decisions. We narrowed the list to 30 mom bloggers. Now we’re presenting the 2014 Top 30 Toronto Mom Bloggers to you, in no particular order. Today we are introducing the next group of bloggers; 21 thru 25.
Top 30 Toronto Mom Bloggers: 21 – 25
Faniya Rakhim of Teddy Out-Ready
Faniya Rakhim is an IT consultant, who changed her corporate job to flexible contractor hours. Teddy Out-Ready is a blog about Teddy (her son) and his family. Every day they find something exciting around. They like going out, exploring new things, attending events and shows, taking pictures of the places they visited. Faniya is a big fan of winter sports especially skating; she also loves camping, fishing and exploring Canada’s outdoors.
Nathalie, Carol and Beth-Anne of 4 Mothers 1 Blog
Mara Shapiro of Be Nice or Leave, Thanks
Mara Shapiro writes at BeNiceorLeaveThanks.com a seemingly chaotic blog that totally makes sense. Aptly named for her parenting style (and philosophy on life), she oversteps with inappropriate slices of life, selected brand experiences, her passion for cooking, and closest to her heart, the joy of a great book. Luckily for her, she’s allergic to housework, but not to wine. When she’s not at the gym, she’s frenching her iphone and sending passive aggressive Jewish Mother texts to her children. She’s also co-founder and Editor, Community at BrazenWoman.com, a lifestyle site for women 35+. Formerly she got dressed for work, but now, from her bed-desk, she helps companies to share their brand through great content and stellar social media communication. Shockingly (mostly to her), she’s stayed married for 21 years and is the mother of 2 teenagers and daughter in her second decade. Find her as the parenting expert at L’il Niblets, on the Whirlpool Blog, the Huffington Post, and anywhere else they’ll let her step onto the soapbox. It’s all rather exhausting, isn’t it?
Lisa of Fab Frugal Mama
Stephanie Fazio of Lealou