Amy loves public speaking and has spoken at conferences on topics such as sponsored posts and podcasting. She has also been quoted and written about in the New York Times Magazine, Working Mother, ABCNews.com, MSNBC.com, and BabyCenter.
BlogWorld Expo and Technorati Media gave Amy the opportunity to speak on a panel about how to maintain your integrity and authenticity while writing sponsored posts.
MyMediaInfo named Amy to another top ten list, this one for parenting bloggers on Twitter. Sweet!
Working Mother named Amy one of the fifteen most powerful moms in social media.
MyMediaInfo included Amy in their list of the top ten writers on Twitter who write about women’s issues. So honored!
The New York Times Magazine & Motherlode blogger Lisa Belkin included Amy in an article about Mom Bloggers.
She Posts wrote about the Hidden Valley Ranch Love Your Veggies panel that Amy is a part of.
The Lindsay List asked Amy some great questions, resulting in the best interview Amy’s ever given.
Babble.com named Amy the Funniest Mom on Twitter in 2010.
RedbookMag.com published my piece about Waiting for Superman. My work has also appeared in Redbook Magazine.
ABCNews.com Amy talks about her fit, healthy 8-year-old being labeled obese by his school.
The Today Show Amy talks about spanking.
NYTimes.com Amy gets quoted on the NYTimes website again, this time about lying to her children. But the peanut gallery ignores the lies and instead focuses on the fact that her son wears deodorant. WTF?
NYTimes.com Amy’s NYC Moms Blog post about paying her children not to bicker gets quoted in the NYTimes online (and dissected in the comments).
babycenter.com Amy talks about simple ways to make your child feel special.
babycenter.com Amy talks about avoiding new mom comparison traps.
Quips and Tips for Healthy Women Amy talks about her kids messing up her Halloween decorations.
msnbc.com Amy talks about putting her foot in her mouth at Thanksgiving dinner.
ABCNews.com Amy talks about Chris Brown being up for a Nick Kids’ Choice Award.
ABCNews.com Amy talks about letting kids fly alone (2nd page – she’s the one who thinks it’s fine).