News used to be what was told to you. The media were the gatekeepers and the level of entry was high.
That standard has changed.
This shouldn’t be news to you (pun intended). We’ve been living in a world where anyone can be a journalist, a writer, or break a news story, for quite some time.
Raising Arizona Kids is about community. And that means we NEED YOU.
How I can participate?
Each Monday, blogger/writer Brittney Walker shares the story of a local woman who runs her own business while raising a family. Her stories are inspirational, uplifting and encourage us to support each other. We are always looking for RAKMompreneur suggestions. Have a favorite local business with a strong mom behind it? Email your suggestion to Brittney.
The U.S. is an all out health war. More than ever it is important to teach healthy eating habits to our kids. All it takes is an email with your favorite recipe for an after-school snack, bag lunch or family meal. Our photographer may even make time to come out and shoot a beautiful photo of your creation. Help us make all parents food decisions a little easier – and healthier!
Once every few months, Raising Arizona Kids looks to you for ways we could improve. We invite parents to come share their insights on resources, directories, online content and what we should be writing about. Without your feedback, these changes may never get made. We make it worth your time with giveaways, snacks and old fashion appreciation. Help make it worth ours. Sign-up for our e-newsletter, Twitter and Facebook pages for focus group notifications.
At the end of every print issue, we invite our readers to submit their stories. Parents share experiences about cell phones, babysitting, tough times and special moments. Submit yours by emailing email@example.com.
Our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts are there for you. We have 20 years of archives ready to answer your parenting questions. Not only that, but we have over 3,500 fans/followers ready to help you out as well. I know I’ve asked for help and had great response. Try it.
And most importantly, COMMENT! Tell our bloggers what you think by posting a comment to their posts. Call in if you enjoyed or hated a story. Write on our Facebook wall, or reply to us on Twitter.
We can’t read minds. We need you.