Megan Marie Komosa is a rising blogger and social media influencer. Her specialty is to share her life journey and everyday activities as a 33-year-old mother of two. Megan is also a housewife and stay-at-home mom. She is known for her dynamic social media presence as a social media mom and blogger.
Megan genuinely cares for the stay-at-home moms and homemakers as she herself experienced the struggles linked with it. She has put together some tips for all the moms out there struggling with finding their way and feeling productive using social media.
1. Keep Your Passions
Megan brings back purpose in your life and encourages you to feel productive while being a stay-at-home mom. She reminds you that you used to have hobbies before motherhood. Understandably, the first few months of your baby’s existence will take up all of your waking and (previously) non-waking hours. Try reconnecting with folks on the issues that brought you together in the first place once the cloud has cleared. Maybe you don’t attend concerts as often as you used to (or ever), but you can still ask for new music recommendations and share playlists with your friends.
2. Know Your Audience
Megan shares that she has discovered that she can utilize many social media platforms for various objectives. So you should follow the theory, for instance, using Twitter to share design materials and engage in friendly conversation with other stay-at-home moms and housewives. You can also make friends with other mothers who share similar interests on Instagram so that you can post more images of your baby there. Don’t forget to use the built-in filters to personalize your postings.
Let’s pretend Grandma recently joined Facebook and has an insatiable desire for hearing about how brilliant little Alexis is. Create a Facebook friends list that only contains your most tolerant family members to spare the rest of your pals. You’ll likely want to use Pinterest to plan nursery décor or next year’s party theme, but make sure your boards are divided into kid-friendly and kid-free categories so that your admirers can choose which boards to follow.
3. Find Other Proud Mamas
Megan doesn’t propose that you keep your “Stroller Brigade” status a secret from the rest of the world. She understands that it’s a life-changing, but scary responsibility and that talking to other parents may help lessen some of those anxieties. So you should find such communities and forums where you can lurk and find other moms struggling with the same issues. This is where you can get down to business and talk about all the issues that have been bothering you, like how many ounces of sweet potatoes are too many for your 9-month-old. You can also watch several of your favorite design blogs make the same shift as Megan has made her way into parenting.
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