About Resourceful Mommy

Welcome to Resourceful Mommy!

The Resourceful Mommy blog provides parents with quick and clever ways to help simplify family life. We bring readers everything from parenting advice, to resourceful ways to organize your home, to exciting contests and giveaways.

Family is wonderful, but it can also be extremely stressful. Balancing schedules, meals, and the basic requirement of keeping our children alive can be enough to send any parent into a locked pantry to consume all. the. twizzlers. You know the viral video I’m talking about! We provide a supportive environment, sharing resourceful ideas to incorporate into daily life and help parents maintain their sanity – all while having a little fun!

Come Party with US!

Resourceful Mommy is the original home of the Twitter Party, still the first and still the best! Connect with us on Twitter @ResourcefulMom or on Facebook @ResourcefulMommy. We partner with brands to bring you exciting, fast-paced Twitter Parties & Giveaways. We hope to tweet you soon!

Quick Social Media Stats

Resourceful Mommy has an engaged following across the web. Here is a breakdown of our current stats:

+ 600,000+ Twitter Followers
+ 6,400+ Facebook Likes & 7,000+ Followers
+ 4K Monthly Pinterest Viewers
+ 1240 Instagram Followers

Work with Us

If you would like more information regarding sponsoring a Twitter Party, Giveaway, or Review, please email Amy at RMMediaAmy@gmail.com.

About Amy Lupold Bair

Amy is the founder of Resourceful Mommy Media, LLC, the home of the Resourceful Mommy blog and the Global Influence Network of bloggers. In 2008, Amy burst onto the social media marketing scene by creating the Twitter Party, a one hour hashtagged event introducing new products, platforms, events, and ideas to the Twitter community while providing participants with great conversation and fun prizes. Named one of the Most Influential Women in Social Media by Working Mother Magazine, Amy has spoken at social media related events around the country and the world. She’s also the author of Raising Digital Families For Dummies and Blogging For Dummies, both published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Amy lives in the Washington, DC suburbs with her government analyst husband, two teen children, and three pets. She enjoys leading worship at her church and helping women heal from their hurts, habits, and hang-ups through the Celebrate Recovery program.