- I’ve been reading Stepmom Magazine since before I officially became a Stepmom, so it’s definitely a full-circle moment to be featured by the women whom I go to for help. This is a really, really good feeling. Being acknowledged for being an expert makes me want to work a thousand times harder. Shoutout to (publisher) Brenda and (writer) Christine for the beautiful piece they put together about me and my work. I sincerely appreciate this honor!
In this transparent article, Naja gives unabashed advice on living, coping and thriving as a Stepmom. She also keeps it real and discusses the delicacy of co-mothering (or not). Click HERE to subscribe to Stepmom Magazine and read Naja’s article! Here is a short excerpt:
Naja Hall is the woman behind the Blended & Black community, which has grown well beyond
anything she could’ve imagined. What she created and founded as a personal platform now serves millennials of diverse backgrounds who also struggle to adapt to stepfamily life. She runs a business empire, really, which has grown to include a life coaching practice, a social media presence, a YouTube channel and a podcast. In addition, Naja is a member of the American Bar Association (as a dispute resolution associate), the National Council of Family Relations and the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.
Naja recently sat down with StepMom Magazine to talk about all things Blended and Black. Click here to find her interview inside the April issue: https://www.stepmommag.
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