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Bizymoms Interviews:Top Bloggers
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Meet some of the world’s most exclusive bloggers on family life issues
Bizymoms has chosen some of the world’s top-notch bloggers who are maintaining hugely popular blogs to discuss everything related to family life. Bizymoms recognizes these wonderful men and women for their great endeavor to reach out to humanity using the extraordinary power of blogging in such a positive way.

This is an exceptional series of interviews with these bloggers to get an insight into their bright minds, and to understand what they stand for when it comes to family life. This series comes exclusively from Bizymoms for its reader community. Check it out and learn something new and unique from each of these world-class bloggers.
Nancy A. Cowles is the Executive Director of Kids In Danger, and is dedicated to protecting children by improving children's product safety. The organization’s mission is to promote the
development of safer products, advocate for children and educate parents and
caregivers about dangerous products...
Jason Mayo is the founder of “Out-Numbered is Jason Mayo”. When not ranting about the joys of parenting and other such nonsense, he is the Managing Director and Partner at the award winning visual effects and design studio, Click 3X. Jason is married and has two amazingly smart and beautiful daughters...
David L. Hoyt (Daddy Dialectic blogger handle "chicago pop") and Jeremy Adam Smith. David is a 40-year old former university professor who is the primary caregiver of a 3-year-old boy. He lives in Chicago with my wife, who has a full-time job and supports the family. Jeremy is the founder of Daddy Dialectic and author of The Daddy Shift...
Jane Green One of the founding writers behind the 'chick lit' phenomenon, Jane Green now writes novels that reflect the lives of real women today. Her fans love reading about the trials and tribulations that come with real life: from in-laws, motherhood, mid-life crises and loss, all told with Green's trademark warmth, wit and wisdom...
Wendie Tobin developed her straightforward, take no prisoners style of writing for her blogs Mommytopia, Well Honestly Now and Surviving Celiac. What began as a vehicle to express her vested interest in the advocacy of children with autism and personal challenges with food allergies, a wide demographic of readers found they could relate to her ironic sense of humor...
Glenda Childress is a retired elementary school librarian at Sam Houston Elementary School after 32 plus years service. She is a renowned kids’ book expert and a popular blogger. Glenda loves kids and books equally. Perhaps helping children and the adults who care about them finding good books is one of her motives...
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