Guest Blogger Guidelines


We Love and Welcome Contributions

in our Growing Community!

We are primarily a resource for parents interested in keeping their kids happy and healthy naturally. We are focused on acupuncture, Oriental medicine and treatment methods that revolve around pediatrics.

Our primary focus is on providing parents with tips and resources regarding:

  • Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
  • Acupressure
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Holistic Nutrition
  • Conscious Parenting
  • Mindfulness, Meditation and Gratitude for Children

To be considered for publication, your article would ideally fall into one of the above categories.

What are we looking for in our guest posts?

Ideally, our guest posts should include all of the following:

  • Be related to the topics detailed above.
  • Give actionable tips, resources and advice to parents and families.
  • Teach parents something new.
  • Be well written and edited.
  • Have a word count of 250 – 800.
  • Is completely original content.

Some items you should keep in mind before submitting your piece:

  • While we appreciate every piece we receive, we only contact writers if we plan on publishing their work. 
  • If you do not hear back from us after 14 days, we will not be publishing your article.
  • Feel free to submit a new piece if your initial article is not considered for publication.
  • By submitting your piece, you are acknowledging that you accept our terms and any form of editing from our editorial team
  • Even if contacted there is no guarantee your piece will be featured
  • There is no guaranteed timeline for featuring your piece
  • We post the most relevant submissions first at the discretion of our editorial team.

Reasons we will not accept a submission:

  • If your piece is a generic wellness article or does not specifically reference the core material we look for (see above).
  • Poorly written pieces requiring extensive editing.
  • Too much technical jargon. Our audience is primarily parents looking for answers to their families health concerns, so all articles should be lay-person friendly.
  • Written for the wrong audience. Imagine a family with children under age 12. That’s who you should be writing to.
  • Self-promoting articles.

How to submit your work: 

Reach out to our editorial staff by emailing your submission in the body of the email to:

Don’t forget to include a short bio of 50 – 75 words, a headshot, and any contact information or links you would like us to feature!

We appreciate each and every submission we receive!

Thank you for taking the time to reach out to us with your work!