Below you’ll find my product recommendations for moms managing, pregnancy, family life, and homeschooling early learners.
Many of the links are affiliate links. This means at no extra cost to you, I will receive a small commission. I only recommend products that I believe will offer you value. Also every product that is a course, I have access to and have reviewed. If you have questions about any recommendation, I’m here to answer them.
Birth Courses for Her
Learn about birth from reputable resources so that fear isn’t the emotion that dominates your pregnancy journey.
Birth Course for Him
Help him know what to do to support you during pregnancy.
Breastfeeding is natural but it’s not easy. Take steps to learn about breastfeeding in about 90 minutes today.
Family Life Recommendations
Family Life Budgeting Course
Meal Prep Course
Early Learning Recommendations
Outschool – Enroll your kids in one-time classes on a variety of topic or participate in daily, weekly, or yearly classes. We enjoy learning about space, reptiles, and more on this platform.
Preschool/Kindegarten Printable Shop – When I can’t find the printable or learning resources I want, I create them for my kid and turn them into products. The growing collection is now available in my printable shop.
Early Learning Amazon Picks – Worksheets can be boring but these amazon products have helped me turn worksheets into interactive masterpieces that can be use over and over for engaging learning activities.
Starting a blog was the precursor to me starting my online business. If you are interested in blogging here are the resources I recommend for getting started.
A domain is an online address. Here, my domain is damngoodmom.com. I renew my domain every year so that I can continue being found on the internet with this name. Although many hosting companies offer free domains, I recommend having your domain separate from your host. The company I use for purchasing domains is below.
To have a website or blog, you will need a hosting company. It’s the company that will help you store (on servers) and manage the files you share online. I’ve used each of the hosting companies below and I recommend them to people depending on their budget and commitment level when getting started.
- Bluehost – Affordable and great for beginners.
- Siteground – Affordable for new users but renewable is pricey.
- Bigscoots – Affordable and great for users who need monthly pricing options.
You theme control how your blog or website will appear to your visitors. If you enjoy code and have the time, you can create and design your own theme. I prefer to use premade feminine themes that are easy to customize, change, and keep up-to-date. My favorite themes are listed below.
Emails Service Providers
Once you have your site up and going and you begin getting visitors, you will want a way to stay in-contact with them. They are the people you want to service and continue creating for. I’ve used these emails service providers and recommend them to people depending on their goals with their email list.
- Convertkit – Easy to use but pricey especially as your email list grows.
- Flodesk – Beautiful designs and affordable but lacks segmenting features and analytic data that is available with other providers.
- Mailchimp – The OG of the email service providers. It’s affordable, has great templates, and integrates with most other programs you’ll use as a blogger, however, it’s not the easiest to learn.