Guest Blogger

Alison Lee

Alison Lee

Alison Lee is a former PR and marketing professional turned work-at-home mother.

After a 10-year career in various PR agencies, and of the world’s biggest sports brands, Alison traded in launch parties, product launches, international press junkets and world travel, for sippy cups and diapers, breastfeeding and potty training.

Alison has been actively over-sharing stories of motherhood on her blog, Writing, Wishing since 2011. Her writing has also been featured on The Huffington Post, Mamalode and Scary Mommy.

She is a contributing blogger at Everyday Family, a Community Lead at The SITS Girls, and founder of social media consulting business, Little Love Media, specializing in working with bloggers and small businesses.

Alison lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with her husband and two boys.

You can connect with Alison on her blog, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and LinkedIn.

Website:

www.writingwishing.com/

Blog Posts by Alison Lee

  • Children Overusing Technology

    Are Our Children Overusing Technology?

    We live in a world of iPads, flat screen televisions, smart phones, GPS navigation systems, electric cars, the Internet. Our children are growing up in the fast-moving digital age. Now, toddlers can learn to count, learn to say the ABCs, learn to draw, learn their first words and recognize animal sounds, all on the iPad. […]

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  • Family Traditions

    Family Traditions: Do You Have Any?

    Chicken pie instead of the traditional turkey for Thanksgiving. Black forest birthday cake every year. Saturday family dinner out. Ice cream on Sunday afternoons. Those were the answers of friends when asked, “What’s your family tradition?” I have a confession: when asked the same question, sadly, I came up with nothing. Not a thing. My […]

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  • Love Language

    Love Language

    My husband does not remember birthdays or anniversaries. He’s not a giver of flowers or fancy chocolate. He does however, fill the gas in my car when it’s running low because he knows that I don’t have time to do that. He goes out of his way to get me my favorite brand of ice […]

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    Getting Physical, Baby

    A year ago, for the first five months of his life, I spent every night holding my second son to sleep. Chest to chest, his head would be lolling slightly on my shoulder, mouth open just so, tired eyes finally closed. I would feel his weight, comfortable in my arms, all 15 pounds of soft […]

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  • Motherhood Transforms Us

    How Motherhood Transforms Us

    What is it about becoming a mother that transforms a woman? There is the heart (and hip) expanding. Did you know you could love that much? Did you think it could hurt so much to see your child in pain or ill? Did you know how fearful you would become, of the world you live […]

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