Monday, August 6, 2012

The Bicultural Mama Sees Beautiful!

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Everyone can learn from the Bicultural Mama. She oozes kindness, concern, and a giving focus on her blog. Maria, the self-proclaimed Bicultural Mama, is a "first generation Chinese-American married to an All-American guy from Long Island" (Wen Adock, 2012). Her blog constantly invites readers to explore topics related to parenting, culture and society. And we find that her posts often leave us reflecting on decisions we make in our own lives or scrambling to copy her blog url to share with others.


Always relevant, ever-thoughtful, Maria's writing mirrors a "See Beautiful" focus to see and create more beautiful in the world. As she writes about "celebrating the best of both worlds" we realize she's helping her readers celebrate the best of our own worlds too. It's through conversations about culture, exploring others' cultures, and understanding how that exploration makes this world better that we are growing. One of our favorite pieces of the Bicultural Mama's blog is her ability to bring her readers into the conversation. Posing questions about her own posts to invite greater conversation is part of celebrating the world from many perspectives and we love this beautiful openness and interest in others.


Thank you, Bicultural Mama, for helping us recognize how we can better celebrate beautiful in ourselves and the world!


  • Visit Bicultural Mama's BLOG.
  • Follow the Bicultural Mama on TWITTER.
  • Check the Bicultural Mama out of FACEBOOK


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5 comments:

  1. Bicultural Mama sounds like a blog to check out.  Haha MOM first thought it said Binocular Mom.  I will make sure she puts on her "binoculars" before she pops over and reads it.  
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  2. Jennifer Battendieri CrissAugust 6, 2012 at 5:38 AM

    After going to her blog, I found several thought provoking articles. Thank you for exposing us to Bicultural Momma....we will definitely LIKE!

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  3. Thank you for featuring Bicultural Mama!!!

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  4. Thanks for sharing! I'm not familiar with this blog, but will definitely check it out!

     

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  5. It so nice to know that other beautiful people share so much!...:)JP

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts & helping others see beautiful too!