Portland’s Parent Hacks recognized by Babble as Most Useful Mom Blog, #10 of the Top 50 Mom Blogs

If you’ve ever happened upon a parenting blog, you’ve happened upon Parent Hacks. It’s Lifehacker for the parenting set. But what you might not have realized is that Parent Hacks is penned right here in Portland.

Now, that uber-useful resource has received some well deserved recognition. Parent Hacks, which is curated by Asha Dornfest, was recognized as the single most useful mom blog and—for the second year in a row—#10 out of the Top 50 Mom Blogs compiled by Babble.

The Most Useful of the Babble Top Mom Blogs, ParentHacks has held onto its 2009 ranking, proving just how necessary a site like this is. Spinning the blog off of the popular Lifehacker, whose advice runs from the silly to the sobering, Asha Dornfest and crew have created a place where moms can get worthwhile answers for their inquiries. No matter what kind of question you have, whether you need a fun DIY project like making your own piñata or advice on an issue slightly more serious (like how to learn from your mistakes), ParentHacks is the perfect resource for parents who want to know how to handle anything.

For more on the winners, see Babble’s Top 50 Mom Blogs. For the most useful parenting tips in Portland—or anywhere—visit Parent Hacks or follow @parenthacks on Twitter.

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