On Monday, we go to sunny California to hear from A. Roselyn as she tells us about her experiences with acupuncture. Read all about how she turned to alternative medicine to help her overcome “baby blues” and feel like herself again.

On Tuesday, are north of the US border, with Carol at If By Yes in beautiful British Columbia. Come listen as she tells us what happens when the daughter of a church minister marries an atheist, and what this means for the baptism of the children!

On Wednesday, we go all the way to India to visit with The Alchemist, engineer-turned-writer. The Alchemist confesses that being a stay-at-home-mom to a busy preschooler is exhausting, but she loves it.

And on Thursday, we go full circle as we return to California, this time to hear from Polish Mom Photographer! This stay-at-home mom has lived a life of travel and adventure, and is now pursuing her dreams of becoming a professional photographer.

On Friday Eva Fannon leads us in the Friday Question. Be sure to check it out and chime in with your answers!

In writer interviews this week, we will hear from two new writers! On Tuesday we are profiling Susie Newday from Israel, and on Thursday we will be in Brazil getting to know Eco Ziva!

In news, Jennifer Burden represented World Moms Blog at the Blogher ’11 convention. We can’t wait to hear all about it.

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World Moms Blog is an award winning website which writes from over 30 countries on the topics of motherhood, culture, human rights and social good. Over 70 international contributors share their stories from around the globe, bonded by the common thread of motherhood and wanting a better world for their children. World Moms Blog was listed by Forbes Woman as one of the "Best 100 Websites for Women 2012 & 2013" and also called a "must read" by the NY Times Motherlode in 2013. Our Senior Editor in India, Purnima Ramakrishnan, was awarded the BlogHer International Activist Award in 2013.

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