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Or let us know if you want to put it under one of our writers. By providing readers with a range of personal stories to expert parenting advice we cover a range of needs for all our readers. We support childcare providers and do not publish articles that have the potential to drive business away from legal group childcare. Tone must be supportive of parents, children, and/or childcare providers. We want our readers to be engaged and come away from our articles having learned something new or feeling like, “Yes, they get it!
Your experiences and stories will motivate and inspire mothers and fathers on their struggling parenting journey. Your blogs would provide reliable advice on baby care, pregnancy, and parenting that could help them through their hard phase. Alaska Parent magazine is looking for freelance writers who demonstrate a fresh, engaging writing style and a keen sense of the topics that matter to local parents. Before you pitch a story to us, we recommend you learn more about our publication and get a feel for the type of articles we value and promote. All guest posts must be original and personal experiences of the freelance mom.
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Solve a problem together with a positive attitude. Only what you choose to do in the name of love can — things like a material indulgence, leniency, low expectation, and over-protection. When these things are given in place of real love, that’s when you’ll have a spoiled child. We are programmed to copy others’ actions, understand them, and incorporate them into our own. Children, in particular, watch everything their parents do very carefully. No child is perfect either … keeping this in mind is important when we set our expectations.
Alaska Parent welcomes unsolicited articles that meet our story requirements. Send the complete article to If we are interested in your article, we will contact you prior to publication to negotiate an acceptable rate and obtain permission for use. Must include a local focus, and require, at a minimum, three interviews with local experts and/or parents. Topic focus should be on early childhood development, early childhood education, childcare, or parenting young children. To make sure that what you would like to write aligns with HYTN, we ask that you tell us about what topic you would like to talk about and the general direction of your article.
We will share your post on our social channels and newsletters. You will get the best exposure for your writing skills. Yet it can be challenging to find parenting publications that pay.