Guest posts guidelines




Here at Mummy G talks parenting we are looking to find some child carers who would like to contribute to the website. 

Mummy G is a website aimed at nursery nurses, childminders and anyone who works in the childcare sector. Articles on the website usually revolve around planning activities which relate to the EYFS.

If you would like to write for Mummy G, whether it be a one off or as a regular contributor then please feel free to contact me with your ideas.

We are especially looking for article on:

  • Working with children with special educational needs.
  • The importance of play
  • Creating a good working relationship with parents and other carers.
  • Ideas and tips to get others through their ofsted inspection.
  • A day in the life....
  • EYFS activities and planning ideas.
  • Craft activities.
  • Sensory ideas.
  • Best practice
  • Paperwork examples for childminders.
Or anything else you think that other child carers can benefit from knowing.

Articles should be:

  • Completely original and not printed anywhere else.
  • Not full of back-links. I am happy to link back to your website, facebook page etc, but please don't send articles full of spam links as they will not be accepted.
  • The post length should be above 500 words unless you are writing a craft activity post.
  • Photos should be sent via email attachment. Photos that are used must not be breaking any copyright law, and you must have full permission to use the photos that you are sending.
  • please send your draft or completed article via word or pdf file.
  • Please include a byline with your article, telling the readers at mummy g a bit about yourself. Just a short paragraph will be fine. :)



Please email me with your completed article and attach any photos you would like to be included. (please make sure you have permission to use the photos that you are sending)

If you would like to send me your ideas before you write up your article I am happy to look through them to see if they would 'fit' with the theme of the website.


I, Mummy G, reserve the right to edit your headlines, body copy and anything else, and once you submit a piece of writing it becomes the property of www.mummygtalksparenting.co.uk

I aim to contact you within a week of receiving your article to inform you as to whether it will be featured on the website.

Thank you for your interest in working with Mummy G.

*Please note there is no fee for writing for Mummy G talks parenting. I am however happy to link the article back to whatever website or blog you write for. *

please email me at mummygtalksparenting@gmail.com



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