Esti is a girl from the Midwest that moved to New York via Jerusalem. She worked in the big, bad corporate world for several years and then traded in her corporate credit card and invested in her spirituality. Esti is a SAHM dedicated to her children and her primetimeparnter. “Raising a family is the hardest job I’ve ever had, but the end results are priceless,” This photo was taken one week after my son was born and three months before my 40th birthday!
Since primetimeparenting.com was born in 2008, Esti has connected with brands and bloggers from around the world. Esti hashosted twitter parties, written product reviews, and has been invited to exclusive blogging events for major brands including Schwinn, Staples, Hidden Valley, Osem, Hellmann’s, Manischewitz, Duncan Hines, All, SC Johnson, Skechers, Hood, and Stride Rite, just to name a few. Esti was invited to cover the The Martha Stewart Show using her twitter account and she was mentioned as a “mom blogger to follow” on “The Talk” on WCBS. Esti was invited to tape a segment on The Rachel Ray Show.
Esti has created, organized and hosted twitter parties with major brands including Fair Trade USA, Fresh Direct, Garden of Life, Merrell, Pouch, Rubbermaid, Sheffa, Shutterfly, Dapple, Tofutti, Chobani, Kefir, SodaStreamUSA and The Eco Store.
Esti has had the following mentions in the press:
September 2011, Real Simple Family, “The (No) Time Management Mom”, http://www.realsimple.com/work-life/family/kids-parenting/the-no-time-management-guide-00100000064385/page3.html
September 6, 2011, Kosher Today,”Social Media Influencing Decisions on Kosher Consumption, But Not There Yet, http://www.koshertoday.com/9-6-11-Social-Media-Influencing-Decisions-on-Kosher-Consumption,-But-Not-There-Yet/
August 17, 2010, Wall Street Journal, “Bloggers Road-Test Skechers Shape-Ups”, http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703309704575413463507142080.html
August, 2009, Orthodox Union, “OU’s First Advanced Kashrut Seminar for Women: Food for Thought on the Intricacies of Kosher”, http://www.oukosher.org/index.php/common/article/1378583
Interviews with: Jill Zarin (Real Housewives of New York) Jillian Lauren, Josh Braff, David Mintz (President of Tofutti), Sloan Miller (Allergic Girl) and more.
About The 40+ Mom
If you would like to reach 40+ mommys, I can reach them. There are more and more women waiting to have children. According to an article I read on Pennlive.com , women are waitong to have babies later because of struggling for years with infertility, or they decide to start a family after having finally found Mr. or Ms. Right (that would be me), new baby with their second marriage, or were completely surprised. According to the U.S. Census, Of the 4.1 million births in the U.S. in 2005, 111,190 were to new moms age 40 and over.
Elizabeth Gregory, author of Ready: Why Women Are Embracing the New Later Motherhood and a new later mom to two girls, Her book draws on her interviews with 113 In her In fact, a vast number of women have had their first children after the age of 35 these days. In some places, it almost seems that most women begin having children after that age. The check-out line magazines are full of stories of celebrity moms on this timetable: Salma Hayek, Julia Roberts, Tina Fey, Geena Davis, Michelle Obama, Holly Hunter, Julianne Moore, Annie Leibovitz, and Susan Sarandon, Megyn Kelly, Ellen Pompeo, Alice Evans, and Julie Chen, Go primetime preggers!!