At Motherly, we're nothing without you, mama. We’re always looking for ways to bring you the information and stories that empower, inspire, and inform your #momlife. ? That's why we're launching our new MotherlyInsights Panel—and as a valued member of our community, we want to invite you to be a part of it!


What is the MotherlyInsights Panel? Motherly mamas—and dads, grandparents, and those of you working on becoming parents—who we can reach out to a few times a year to answer brief surveys about what matters to you—from your favorite brands to your biggest needs to who is inspiring you right now. ?

The MotherlyInsights Panel is completely optional. Too busy to take a survey that day? Feel free to opt out! And because we know how valuable your time is, every time you participate, you’ll be entered in a giveaway or receive a thank you gift. ? How simple is that?

Interested? To be part of the MotherlyInsights Panel, we need to gather some basic information. Click here to take a 2-minute survey, and you’ll officially be part of our MotherlyInsights Panel. (Did we mention you’ll also be entered in a drawing for a $500 Amazon gift card? Hello, shopping spree! ?) Then sit back, relax—well, as much as mamas ever relax!—and wait to get your first survey sometime soon. We can't wait to hear from you!

So sharpen your pencils ✏️ and join us! You've got this.

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XO,

Jill + Liz, Motherly co-founders

Having trouble with the survey? We want to help! Email us at hello@mother.ly for assistance. ?

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