MEET THE INFLUENCER
Welcome to Kristin Quinn’s webpage! As an award-winning Blogger and Lifestyle Expert Kristin Quinn has 15 plus years of experience in Sales & Marketing. Highlights of her career include working for Martha Stewart Omnimedia, Contigo Beverageware and Dorel Juvenile Group (purveyors of the Quinny, Maxi-Cosi, Safety 1st, and Cosco baby product brands). In 2012, Kristin chose to fulfill her dream of running a yoga studio and owned Charlestown Yoga in Boston until 2015. She is the author of the popular book Misadventures in Mommyhood – a humorous and heartfelt take on parenting with both a national and international audience helping to bring “the truth & nothing but the truth.” She is a featured writer and scout for Family Jaunts, Stroller Traffic Boston and Mommy Poppins Boston. You can find her traveling around the world with her family reviewing popular kid-friendly resorts. She also serves as a brand ambassador and spokeswoman for several companies around the country and is part of the TODAY Show Parenting Team.
Her work has been featured on Scary Mommy and she has been a guest speaker on NECN, ABC, and CNBC’S POWER PITCH, as well as NPR’s One Bad Mother. She has also served as a keynote speaker for Mommybites’ Ultimate Mom’s Night Out, and Biggest Baby Shower. Kristin’s blog was up for best parenting website for the Creator’s Choice Awards in 2015 and Best Social Media Mom in Boston in 2016. She won 1st runner-up for the latter among 10 other finalists. Kristin lives with her husband and three young children outside of Boston.
PRAISE FOR MIM
- Parents Magazine recognized as Top 5 Funniest Mommy Blog Facebook Pages
- Featured in Boston Magazine and Boston Common Magazine
- Featured in Huffington Post
- Featured in iVillage
- Featured in Scary Mommy
- “Mommy Poppins” Parent of the Month – February 2013
- Mommy Poppins Boston Top 13 Boston Blogger
- VoiceBooks Voted #26 out of #100 Funniest Mom Blogs
- Creators Choice Awards Nominee
- Circle of Mom “Top Funniest Mom Blogs” Runner Up
“I love it!! You have such a great voice, I can absolutely hear myself saying so much of what you have cited. I think it’s perfect.”
“Love this particular blog post. The short break from reality really is a little gift we can give ourselves. As always, Kristin, you are spot on. Keep on keeping on. You are such an inspiration and perpetual source of affirmation and laughter. Hugs from one of your biggest fans.”
“I’m 5 months along and came across your blog and of course I know of your yoga studio! Anyways, just want to say I love your writing and I crack up reading your posts. Your down to earth sense of humor is so refreshing and real. You have a true gift! Keep the posts coming!”
“Just have to say your blog is very entertaining. You have a way with words that keep me engaged. That’s says a lot , oh look something shiny..
All the love for you girl. TTC 3 years and your blog are just uplifting and rather funny!
Keep up the great work!”
“I just came across your page and wanted to tell you thanks. Your status message are hysterical and I totally relate. I have a daughter 5 and a son 14 months. I know it’s ridiculous to think that “no one understands” but sometimes it feels that way. Looking forward to more laughs.”
“I absolutely love your blog, it gets me through the 2am with my little one some nights! It’s good to know I’m not the only one who has ups and downs and now I know its OK to not be perfect”