Truth in Advertising

One of my favorite things about running the Local Parent Network is that I am surrounded by amazing, creative women pretty much all the time. Not only are they raising families, but they’re also running small businesses that involves round-the-clock attention, excellent communication skills, and a constant need for professional education.

Could I be any luckier? Probably not.

Here’s an awesome piece written by one of our site owners, Alicia Taylor at Smyrna Parent. When I read this all I could do was thank my lucky stars that she runs a Local Parent site:

My friend shared an article today, We Need to Quit Telling Lies on Facebook. I smiled and nodded my way through it, and then I remembered the photo I took a little bit before which was just awaiting the perfect filter so it could be slapped up on Facebook.

Look! A frolicking fall day with my perfect, precocious toddler!

And I laughed.

So in the name of honesty, I’d like to share what really happened leading up to this Facebookable moment:

Want to know more? Get the whole story on Smyrna Parent–it’s a read well-worth your time.

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Katy rules the universe while simultaneously cleaning pee off her kitchen floor. In her spare time she runs Northshore Parent,connects local businesses with their target audience, mentors new bloggers, and indulges in the occasional bowl of queso dip. Who are we kidding? She eats queso all the time. She’s worked with brands like Splenda, Macy’s, MnM’s, and Vick’s. She’s written for both print and the web. She’s provided consulting for non-profits, for-profits, mom and pops, and everything in between. Still not impressed? Follow her on social media to find out more.

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