This year, Greater Good magazine dramatically expanded coverage of parenting and child development. We didn’t just report on new studies—we tried to apply cutting-edge scientific insights to private problems all parents can face, as well as to public controversies like the impact on boys of Donald Trump’s statements about women.
Five Things You Need to Know about Writing Articles. In Cambridge First or Cambridge Advanced, you might be asked to write an article. But do you know what makes an article different from other types of writing? 1 The reader is identified An article is like a direct conversation with the reader.
WRITERS’ GUIDELINES Founded in 1991, FamilyFun is the country’s number-one magazine for families with children ages 3 to 12. On every page, we give parents the information and inspiration they need to create unforgettable family moments.
In my experience, parenting magazines love featuring local writers, so pitch them an article that relates to your home town. If you have a different niche like health or finance, take advantage of it.
The magazine is written mostly by volunteer parents and represents the unique characteristics of the Black family, offers information on child development, parenting and other family issues important to adults working with or raising Black children. We allow up to one backlink per article.
From pregnancy, to potty training, to their first steps, discover advice, tips and tricks from the Parenting editors to make family life easier.
Why You Should Write For Us. You should write for us if you love health, fitness, nutrition, parenting, or are a Mom Blogger. We are expecting to grow tremendously over the next year and are bringing on expert authors, writers, journalists and bloggers to join our team.
A magazine article. Look at the magazine article and do the exercises to improve your writing skills.. I think a main point to write correctly depends on the accurate use of linkers.. Bylling is a nigtmare,as is written in the end of the magazine,so we should get up immiedately.(in figurative way) up.