I live in Upstate New York with my husband Sean and our three daughters. I’ve been writing online since 2004. I resist niches or pigeonholes, so what you find is a blend of parenting stories, passionate activism, marriage studies, and a whole lot of self-care/self-doubt/be yourself type stuff.
I I also write about my work, Trampoline. It’s an advertising and communications agency that we started when I was pregnant with Briar. You can see our work or even contact me to find out about working together. Logos, campaigns, collateral, you name it, we probably do it.
If I missed something you can ask me by shooting me an email at amanda [at] designtramp (yes, tramp. relax, it’s just a name.) [dot] com
Thank you for coming. I know it’s a big internet and you stopping here is pretty amazing.
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Your new layout is great!
I’ve been reading your lovely words and honest stories for some time now. I have loved every single one of them.
I do hope you find time to write your book because I can’t wait to read it. Thank you for sharing so much of yourself with us, your “Winkers”. (I figured your devoted readers needed a name, you know, like Beliebers.)
I didn’t know exactly where to post this comment, but I just adore your new blog design. Of course, your words needed no extra beauty, but still love the look! To refreshed beginnings!
Hi. I found your site through Girls Gone Child, and I would love to read, but I like to read blogs from the beginning, and I can’t seem to find your archives…?
Anna, thank you so much for coming over. Let me dig around. I’ve just redesigned the site. There must be a way…
Awesome! Thank you! That was quick, and very comprehensive archives they are, too!
I love your writing so much. I just started reading a week or so ago when Rebecca Wolff from girlsgonechild linked to your blog. More than once I’ve spent an hour reading old posts. So beautiful and honest. Being a mom is so much. And you capture so my of that. 🙂 thank you…. and I really hope you write a book. I would buy for sure.
Yes! Finally something about fits.
Perhaps when your instinct is to criticize someone using the color of their skin (oddly enough the same as yours, self-loathing lib idiot), just fucking don’t. What a joke you people are.
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