Almost every single week I face the same problem: What the heck am I going to write about?  Some weeks are easier than others, but there are those times that I can’t think of a single thing.  So I desperately search for ideas and inspiration.  Which brought me here…because I KNOW I can’t possibly be the only Mom blogger that hits writer’s block and just needs some good ideas.

So here’s my ultimate list of all the great post ideas for your mom blog.  I’ll keep adding to the list, so check back if you hit the wall again. Take my advice though: try and make it as specific as possible.  Many of these ideas could be broken into 3 or 4 different posts. The internet may be saturated by some of the hottest topics, but if you can make it unique you may just have come up with your next viral post.

Good luck!  

 

These irresistible post ideas will help drive traffic to your mom blog and add more content to your website!

 

Related post: How to Start a Money-Making Blog

 

Hot & Controversial Topics

If you can write a good blog post on a controversial topic, then you have the potential for it to go viral!  Pay attention to debates in the news, in parenting groups, and things you see on the internet.  Make sure you aren’t just taking advantage of the topic though.  You want your post to be high-quality and relevant – that is what matters most.

  • Breastfeeding – why you did it, why you didn’t do it, the struggles you faced with that choice, breastfeeding in public, pressure to breastfeed
  • Technology usage for children and teens – when to start technology exposure, how to limit exposure, why you’re for it, why you’re against it
  • Working vs. staying at home – how you made the choice, why you like your situation, why you regret your decision, the struggles you face, the perks you experience
  • Attachment parenting – co-sleeping, babywearing, skin-on-skin contact, why you’re for it, why you’re against it, why it worked for you, why it didn’t
  • Crying it out – tips to get through the process, why you are against it, why you are for it, how your children reacted, how it affected you

 

Pregnancy

Every woman that has had a child or plans to have a child is a potential reader for these posts!  As an added benefit, writing about these topics is a great distraction to get through your own pregnancy.

  • Tips to relieve strain
  • How to reduce pregnancy anxiety
  • Personal pregnancy issues you went through
  • Gender reveal ideas
  • Birth stories
  • Delivery advice
  • Baby shower ideas
  • How to prepare a nursery
  • Personalized baby craft ideas
  • Pregnancy photo shoot ideas

 

Parenting

Where do I begin??  If you have a mom blog, parenting is a huge part of it!  Throughout your day, pay attention to what is going on. What struggles or triumphs do you face? What do you wish you could talk to other moms about?

  • Mistakes you’ve made
  • How to discipline your kids
  • Favorite family travel destinations
  • Children’s birthday party idea
  • Seasonal family activities
  • Rainy day activities
  • Your kids’ favorite books
  • Family photo shoot ideas
  • Dealing with sibling rivalry
  • Having boys vs. girls
  • Having multiple children vs. only children
  • Ways to spend time with your children
  • Your children’s bedtime routine
  • Family traditions to start
  • How to keep kids active
  • How to communicate with your teens

 

Holidays

I LOVE writing about the holidays!  The content may not be evergreen, but holiday traffic is huge, so it’s still a great idea to focus on.

  • Favorite Christmas cookie recipe
  • Christmas gift guides
  • Christmas tree ideas
  • Thanksgiving dinner side dish recipe
  • Father’s Day kid craft idea
  • Mother’s Day gift ideas
  • Valentine’s Day date ideas
  • DIY Halloween costume ideas
  • 4th of July BBQ recipe
  • New Year’s Resolutions

Related post: How to Make Money Creating Gift Guides

 

Personal Finance

This is one of my favorites! 😉 Every single day moms are faced with personal finance decisions, so even if it isn’t your area of expertise, you may be surprised how many readers will relate to your post.

  • Creative ways to cut expenses
  • Ways to earn money from home
  • Ways to make money online
  • How you save money
  • What you spend your money on
  • How to teach kids about money
  • How you are paying down debt

 

Working from Home

  • Blogging tips
  • Your most successful social media platform
  • Favorite home office products
  • Online resources that help you make money
  • Favorite phone apps
  • Personal income reports
  • Favorite blogging resources

 

Recipes

  • 15 minute or less meals
  • $5 or less meals
  • Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or paleo dishes
  • Cocktails
  • Family recipes
  • Healthy snacks
  • Foods to eat while pregnant
  • Foods for picky children
  • Baby food ideas
  • Meals your kids can make
  • Freezer meal ideas

 

Home Improvement and Decorating

  • Favorite tablescape
  • DIY bathroom redo
  • New storage ideas
  • Kids’ bedroom themes
  • Seasonal wreath ideas
  • Kids’ handprint artwork
  • Cheap kitchen remodel ideas

 

General

  • Bucket lists
  • Favorite TV shows
  • Book reviews
  • Movie reviews
  • Cheap forms of “Me Time”
  • Easy date night ideas with the husband

 

School

  • Creative school lunchbox ideas
  • How much homework kids should have
  • How to combat bullying
  • Homework station design ideas
  • Homeschool lesson ideas
  • The best extracurricular activities for kids

 

Travel

  • Tips for traveling with a baby, twins, teens, etc
  • Websites and resources that save on travel
  • Best Disney tips
  • Review of specific travel destination
  • Packing list for traveling with kids to a specific destination
  • Road trip tips

 

Health, Beauty, and Fashion

  • Free ways to get exercise
  • Ideas to keep the kids active
  • Go-to healthy snack ideas
  • Review of favorite health and/or beauty products
  • Workout routine
  • Weight loss ideas
  • Make-up and hair tips
  • DIY kids’ clothes tutorials

 


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These post ideas will help to get more traffic to your mom blog and more content on your website!

 

36 comments on “100+ Irresistible Post Ideas for Your Mom Blog”

  1. This was actually a really well thought out list and SUPER helpful! I will totally be hanging on to this and using it in the future! Thank you so much for the time you put into making this!!

  2. This is an awesome post 🙂 I am new to the blogging world so I am trying to think of some great content stories to write. I am still getting to know how to use WordPress and other software, but I would love to gain friends in the blogging community!

  3. Thank you so much! How impressive! As a brand new blogger, I keep finding myself at a writer’s block all the time it seems! I went two weeks starting about 3 different posts and not finishing them because I want to make sure it comes to me and isn’t forced out. Great list and look forward to following!

  4. Wow these ideas are amazing! It really hits the nail on the head on what I would like my new blog to be like! I’ll definitely be revisiting this page over and over again!

  5. Thank you SO much for this…. From a beginner mom blogger who is seriously struggling with knowing just what to write about. I have so much to share it’s just knowing where to start!

  6. Great topics! I just started my blog and I’m already experiencing writer’s block. Found your post on Pinterest and I’m pinning it now! Thanks for posting this!

  7. Nikki,
    Some great prompts! Will bookmark for “those days”! But, honestly, I’ve found since we put together an editorial calendar, I have less and less days that are totally empty…it really helps! (Another idea to write about! LOL)
    Thanks for sharing this over at OMHG Friday Features!

    • It’s totally true! An editorial calendar is a great way to organize everything you plan to write. I’ve been doing that lately (especially for the holiday season) and it has helped a ton!

  8. Thanks so much for this list! I just started my blog this week, and I was happy to see that my first two posts were actually ideas on your list. I sorta gave myself a mental high five. With that said, I really have no idea what I’m doing as far as page layouts and widgets. Who knows if anyone will even read my blog, but I am having an awesome time writing it. 🙂

    • That’s so exciting!! Starting a blog is so much fun and soooo much work. Feel free to email or message me if you have any questions or need help with anything! There are so many different components of a blog, you will NEVER feel like you’ve done all you can. But that’s part of the excitement 🙂 Can’t wait to check yours out!

  9. i love the list format. Someone could just go straight down and alternate cataglories and have plenty to write about for weeks! I especially loved the parenting category.

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