Are You Our Next Blogger?

We’re looking for fresh voices for our Mabelhood blog! Think you have a unique perspective and knack for writing? Read on – because we’d love for you to join us!

What we’re looking for:
Are you a foodie? Are you pregnant? Or a Dad? Or maybe you tell stories of undying love that are laced with the uncertainty of being a parent. We’re looking for all that. Basically, we’re looking for really great bloggers with really great stuff to blog about.

So whether you have a fantastic recipe or a story about the stage of life you and your kids are in – we want to hear your personal touch on it. Think about what you would like to read as a parent. Write about that! Write what you know. Just be real and honest and make it relatable.

It's a paid writing opportunity! 
We’re looking for someone who wants to provide us with a minimum of 2 original posts per month and we’ll pay for each post.

Interested? Here’s what you need to do:

Send an email to our Content Manager, Heather Dixon, at heather.dixon@mabelslabels.com with the answers to these questions:

Why do you want to blog for the Mabelhood?

What topic would you like to blog about?

If you already have a blog, provide us with 2-3 links to your best posts.

So… get to writing! We can’t wait to hear from you!

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Mabel’s Labels is the best-known brand of durable labels for kids and families. Their personalized, waterproof labels are a must-have for any parent sending their child to daycare, school, camp or activities.

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