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|C. Price • 10/05/15|
Navigating the ups and downs of dating is hard enough on your own, but when you add children into the mix, it becomes a whole ‘nother situation.
If you’re a single mom looking for some dating advice made specifically for you, check out our 10 Best Dating Blogs for Single Moms.
Bragging Rights: giving it to you straight with no chaser
Ty Knighten is the saucy spirit behind The Sexy Single Mommy, a glitzy and stylish guidepost for moms still in the game. Content is bold and funny, such as “Should I Marry a Momma’s Boy?” and “He Isn’t the One!” which features seven relationship warning flags. The realities of sex in the modern age are not steered away from, with frank discussion and a sense of sexual whimsy.
Social Clout: 1,733+ followers, 1,139+ likes
Bragging Rights: more than just divorce advice
My Pre-Divorce Chronicles is a bright and cheerful blog aimed at helping moms balance raising kids with maintaining a love life. Lee Brochstein offers a “Hey Ya’ll” introduction along with her funny, honest insights into romance. Topics like “ I Want A Divorce – A Life Cycle Conundrum?” and “How to Find a Child-Friendly Partner Using Online Dating” are topical and creative. Divorce humor is always thrown in there to keep things in perspective.
Social Clout: 18,180+ followers, 1,048+ likes
Bragging Rights: musings on love, life and motherhood
After Alaina’s prince charming turned into a frog, she nursed her wounds and got back out there. Now she’s helping other moms find a path to love. Single Mom S.O.S. connects her to real readers, while the video “How to Get Over My Ex” offers clear advice and thoughtful input. This is a charming and inviting site that gracefully balances the funny with the serious.
Social Clout: 7,984 + followers, 3,159+ likes
Bragging Rights: a passion for writing
Issa Mas brings the strength of a born and bred New Yorker sharing her next big adventure – chasing romance through the Big Apple while juggling work and parenthood. She finds beauty in photography and uses it to drive her posts and impact her readers. This site offers a mature and friendly voice where experience and calm make all the difference.
Social Clout: 5,532+ followers
Bragging Rights: over caffeinated and totally awesome.
Single Mom Survives is home to a 38-year-old mom back out on the dating scene with advice for other mothers. An avid reader, she offers a complete book list on a myriad of related subjects. Posts like “When the Bling Doesn’t Mean a Thing” bring her viewpoint to life, where tips and tools for staying sexy are at the forefront.
Social Clout: 1,683+ likes
Bragging Rights: realities on divorce, dating and parenting
The Single Mother Diaries takes a cinematic approach from an author who loves the golden era of Hollywood. Voted one of this year’s “Most Influential Canadian Mom Blogs,” the site comes from Hayley Hofbauer. The actress and writer takes a stylish swipe at dating and parenthood, covering both the silly and the serious. Content is thoughtful and seems carefully considered.
Social Clout: 709+ followers, 456+ likes
Bragging Rights: life, love, loss and single parenting
Julie Cornewell brings a strong feminist voice to the realities of dating with four kids. Her blog charts her progress and that of her kids, with humor and insight into finding the right balance. While she shares a lot of valuable content, most of her postings are original to her site. Advice for moms on the market is offered, along with a timeline of her family’s journey.
Social Clout: 270+ followers
Bragging Rights: raw and honest
Bridgette’s unapologetic blog looks at the hard yet rewarding challenges of dating while being a single mom. Using blogging as a therapy, she’s built a following that appreciates her style and sense of humor. Posts like “Single Mom in College” and “Permission to Propose” track her adventures through singlehood while she stays true to her kids.
Bragging Rights: my messy, crazy, beautiful life
Brooke Lowrance brings a coy and irreverent style to her blog, charting her romantic efforts at love while raising children as a single mom. Her love of photography is clear throughout as she shares great shots of her own and others she’s collected. Topics of dating, sex, companionship, loneliness and true love are commonly explored.
Bragging Rights: life as a single mom
A “2012 Circle of Mom’s Favorite,” this site comes from a 32-year-old divorcee with a six-year-old son. With humor and honesty, she chronicles her fight moving forward, filled with some disappointments but mostly joy. In “It Will Be Better,” she reminds readers of why she started the blog – therapeutic value for both her and her audience.
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