Looking for Guest Bloggers

I am a member of a team, and I rely on the team, I defer to it and sacrifice for it, because the team, not the individual, is the ultimate champion.
~Mia Hamm

Wow, it’s March already. That means that next month is April, which is Month of the Military Child.

I’m looking for three guest bloggers to write one post about services offered to military children, how to help military children, etc. I’m looking for people who have experienced these situations themselves, not just someone who can research it. 

For example, I think I have one person willing to write about autism and the services offered to families with autistic/special needs children. I think she may be writing just a brief overview of signs of autism and then delving into the unique services that are offered to military members (and I believe the Navy in particular). She has one child with Autism and one child with Asperger’s, so she is going to be able to write about her true thoughts/feelings/what helped/etc because she’s been there. More than once.

I am planning to post a guest post each of the four Mondays in April. I hope this will give my readers some information on some of the services out there that are available to us as military families.

If you think you have a good idea and would like to be one of the three guest bloggers chosen, please email me at wifeofasailor (at) gmail (dot) com with your proposed idea and how you are familiar with it.  I’m not 100% set on the fact that it has to be about services the military offers, but that is my hope. However, if you have a great post idea that you’d like to write that has to do with military children, please feel free to email it to me. I’ll take a look at all the proposals and see which ones meld together the best and go from there.

I will need proposals by MARCH 15TH so I can let those who will be doing the posts time to write.

Thanks for your help!

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4 thoughts on “Looking for Guest Bloggers

  1. I honestly don’t think mine is a good proposal, which is why I’m not emailing and just commenting. I do have a good stories about the Naval Hospital Bremerton’s Labor and Delivery and also the aftercare with the lactation consultant.

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