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“Mac and cheese, morning, noon, night…” — The Six-Word MOMoir Challenge

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Whether you are a mother or just have one, everyone has a six-word mom story to tell—a “Six-Word MOMoir.” Once again, SMITH Mag is teaming up with TruuMomConfessions and Postcards From Yo Momma for this year’s Six-Word MOMoir challenge. We’ll choose our favorite 6 six-word stories about being a mom or your relationship with your [...]

Contest: Six-Word MOMoirs (Returns!)

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

Last Mother’s Day, moms around the world shared six-word memoirs like “Mommy’s boobies no longer Daddy’s boobies,” “Suffered miscarriage. Daughter offered her doll,” and “Can I pee in private, please?”
This year, SMITH Mag is teaming up with truuconfessions and Postcard from Yo Momma for a new six-word challenge about all things Mom. Truuconfessions, which just [...]

Six-Word MOMoir Winners

Saturday, May 10th, 2008

Moms rock. This we know well. And the more than 1,000 six-word momoirs that poured in over the last two weeks rocked our world six inspirational, funny, and unusual words at a time. Here’s to all the moms with so many more stories to tell, in six words and many more.
The three winning momoir [...]

The Best PR? Your Mother

Friday, February 1st, 2008

I’ve never seen information travel faster—faster than a teenager’s text message, a Twitter post, or IM—than when that information moves through the Mother Cabal (that my mother is part of the Jewish Mom Cabal means, in my estimation, her mouth moves even faster; but I’ll get in trouble if I keep this thought going much [...]

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