Getting Major Media Exposure and Creating a Global Resource Blog with Dr. Mom Stephanie Liu

In Episode 7 of the podcast, we talk to Stephanie Liu, a family doctor in Edmonton, Canada. Stephanie built her blog in the hours while her 2-year old daughter, Madi, napped.   Initially, Stephanie started her blog as a means to provide a resource for her patients. In a few short months, however, her blog was discovered by major media news outlets in Canada, and now the goal for her blog has changed—she now wants her blog to be a global resource for families!   Stephanie has been featured on Global News TV (the equivalent to NBC in the United States) and in, an online news magazine (whose equivalent is the BBC in the United Kingdom) and has grown her Instagram account to over 5,600 followers!   Her blog features a mix of articles that she’s written, articles written by guest contributors, and posts co-authored by her and other guest medical experts. And if that weren’t enough, Stephanie is a published author! Her book, “Madi Monkey Learns The Body” was written for, and inspired by her daughter.

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Welcome to the Working Moms Side Hustle podcast--dedicated to all you Corporate moms who have a great career but long for more. Your current position doesn't allow you to do what you're really passionate about, and you're at a point in your life where you'd love to do something in alignment with your life purpose and make an impact in the world. But you're not ready to burn the ships yet. And that's ok. Let your day job be your first investor, and take the skills you've learned from your 9-5 to build your dream biz. It takes a lot of courage to strike out on your own--you'll have to manage your 9-5 and still be present for your family. But taking brave action to start your side hustle demonstrates to your kids, firsthand, what it looks like to really go for it in life. Listen for actionable tips plus shots of inspo to get your side gig out of your head and into reality. Listen while commuting, waiting for your kids' sports practices to end, or on your lunch break. I know you don't have much time; I'm in the same shoes. Nice to meet you, and I hope you enjoy the show.