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What is YoSoyMami.com?
YoSoyMami.com is a space for you. We are a professional organization for moms. Only you know that motherhood is a profession (because apparently the law doesn’t want to recognize us :)), so take this opportunity to meet other moms and share your experiences. Maybe you will meet other moms that are going through or have gone through the same experiences as you!
YoSoyMami.com’s purpose is to create an information and entertainment platform, while cultivating and promoting a sense of community between moms.
At YoSoyMami.com, we want to bring together and support moms. In this case, “mom” means every person that loves children and is interested in motherhood and parenthood topics, or other topics that generally interest moms.
The organization is divided into three parts: the blog, the community, and offline.
- In the blog, you will find articles about topics that we hope can help overcome, or at least make some sense into the daily challenges of being a mom. You will also find product reviews and giveaways, services and events that could be of interest to moms.
- In the community you will be able to interact directly with other moms and create your own content. We promote conversation, feedback, support, and respect. We would also like to inspire you to write and even create your own blog!
- Additionally, we also like to meet other community members, so we also plan activities and events with and without our children. Because we all need a little escape every now and then. 🙂
For contact information or media and PR inquiries, visit here.
The Face Behind the Name:
Zelma is a mom, wife, blogger, Disney lover, choir singer, baker and former homeschooler who lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She was an IT professional for 20 years, and when social media was born, she was ready to learn. When she suddenly found herself without a job in 2011, she decided to abandon her personal blog in order to create a mom community. She currently organizes events for moms, educational workshops about blogging and social media, and she created the first conference for social media moms and women in Puerto Rico. Additionally, she serves as a mentor for a group of aspiring bloggers that contribute to her blog. You can find Zelma telling her stories about her Lil Man on Facebook and Twitter.
Last update: June 21st, 2013