Welcome to my site; I am delighted to share with you my writing playground. Here, you will find an evolving writing portfolio and candid blog posts on motherhood, relationships, feminism, and social good.
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Kelli Nelson is a writer, advocate and single mom of two from the Midwest.
She is a featured contributing writer at WhatTheFlicka.com where her articles are published regularly. What The Flicka? is a Forbes and TIMES recognized website for women and parenting.
She advocates for underprivileged children and women’s issues and has been closely involved with the Global Team of 200, a dedicated, advanced group of women using their collective voice as a catalyst for change. GT200 has been featured by Forbes and Fast Company, and recognized by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the United Nations Foundation.
She has been named one of 10 Most Influential Mompreneurs of 2013 by VoiceBoks, The Voice of Parenthood. Her blog earned a spot in Circle of Moms by POPSUGAR’s 2012 Top 25 Family Blogs by Moms. In 2012, editors at The Stir by Café Mom named Kelli one of 25 Mom Bloggers We Love, citing “Who could resist a blogger who can make us both laugh and cry?”
Kelli lives in Northwest Ohio with her 19 year-old son, 6 year-old daughter and their cavalier King Charles spaniel where she grew up journaling and showing horses.
She enjoys fiction, historical biographies, diet coke, red wine, and cake.