Every other Thursday and Sunday are Guest Post Days!


The Modern Mr. and Mrs. always is always open to guest posters on the following topics:

  • Family
  • Parenting
  • Marriage/Relationships/Dating/Sex
  • Kids
  • Pets

If you’re interested, email your submission to Guestpost@millennialmrsandmom.com with the subject “Guest Post The Mod” and explain your pitch. 

In your submission you should include the following:

  • Your name, company/blog/site, background and experience.
  • Your pitch
    • Topic
    • Possible Headlines
    • Possible outline/main points

If you do not state your blog or company there will be no response to your submission. 




Since this blog focuses on a psychological twist, whatever topic you chose to write about, write from personal or professional experience. Life lessons you learned? Hardships? Challenges? Successes? Include them!



  • Like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter before emailing!
  • 1,000-5,000 words
  • 100% original and not published anywhere else online
  • Articles should be geared toward offering readers knowledge and ways to navigate different situations
  • Proofread before submitting (Grammarly is a great tool for writers!)
  • Use personal experience if it helps teach readers
  • Be real, honest, and upfront
  • Do not swear in your articles
  • Keep the articles family friendly if writing about parenting or kids
  • Articles relating to sex, dating, or marriage, keep it PG-13 if you have to describe certain situations.
  • If you chose to link back to one of your blog posts with an affiliate link or a company product that constitutes as advertising.

Putting Myself First Ended My Relationship (Guest Post Days)

11 years ago, I made a really hard decision - one that impacted my little family. I decided to put myself first and end my relationship of 8 years. I was in a very unhappy relationship with my son’s father. It didn’t start off that way. We dated a few months and I...

Kids and Divorce: The News is Better Than You Think (Guest Post Days)

Spoiler alert: according to award-winning, research-based article “Is Divorce Bad for Children” published in Scientific American: “Divorce affects most children in the short run, but research suggests that kids recover rapidly after the initial blow.” If you’ve been...

5 Must-Know Tips to Survive (and Thrive) as a Work-From-Home-Mom with Twin Toddlers [Guest Post Days]

I always dreamed of working from home with my kids. Make money and not miss my kids growing up? Sign me up! And once I had twins, it became more of a need over a dream. No one wants to pay for twins in daycare! When I first started working at home, my twins were 2...

From Darkness to Light: Surviving An Abusive Relationship (Guest Post Days)

Hurt. Confused. Lonely. Scared. Numb. Depressed. The list could go on and on when examining the emotions I felt from my past relationship. I can remember my mind spinning, constantly questioning if my relationship with my then-husband would ever get better if I could...

How to Use Telehealth to Support Relationships

Relationships can be tricky. Whether you are dealing with love relationships, friendships, family relationships, or relationships with co-workers, problems frequently arise between two or more people. How you handle those problems individually and together will...

7 Tips to Overcome Kid’s Dental Fear (Guest Post Days

Life with kids can be fun but it comes with a lot of challenges. As a parent, you’re required to introduce your children to new experiences. Some of them can be really uncomfortable like the trip to the dentist. If you have kids, you probably know that it’s important...

A New Year’s Resolution To Keep: 5 Ways To Teach Kids About Social Justice in 2019 (Guest Post Days)

As parents, we like to shield our kids from pain and keep the magic alive as long as we can. Children have a strong sense of fairness and injustice—rather than shielding them from reality, we should teach them to look at the world around them through the lens of...

5 Ways Disabled Parents Can Prepare for a Baby (Guest Post Days)

Any parent will tell you that having a baby is a life-changing experience. Suddenly, the everyday routine you were so comfortable with is completely thrown out the window, and your entire life revolves around your little one. Although much of parenthood is a...

5 Common Causes of New Mom Guilt and How to Overcome It (Guest Post Days)

As a new mom, you are faced with countless emotions. But unfortunately, between all of the excitement and happiness, most new moms also run into tons of new mom guilt. Today I’m going to share 5 of the most common causes of guilt for new moms and tell you why these...

14 Reasons Working Mothers Are Happier and Healthier (Guest Post Days)

It’s often been debated whether the lady of the house being a working mother is good or bad for the family. Is she overworked; is it too hard for her to find a work-life balance; is she prone to get depressed more? The answer to all of these questions might be yes,...
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