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Meet Julie

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Welcome to Mom Rewritten!

I’m Julie Bigboy, a freelance writer with a wide range of styles and the ability to write on a vast variety of topics. In 2017 I re-branded from my site Saving Up for Disney and have moved my work to Mom Rewritten. You can reach me directly with inquiries at momrewritten at yahoo . com.

My freelance work has appeared on several sites.

  • My personal blog, Mom Rewritten. Here I share with you how moms can make little changes that make a big difference, whether it be positive parenting, health, travel or simple living.
  • Disneyland With Kids, co-owner of website, Facebook group and podcast.
  •, where I share in-depth traveling advice and itineraries.
  • The Points Guy, with theme park guides for families.

A Wide Range of Topics

After working full time for 18 years, I’m a Stay-at-Home-Mom. I’m re-writing myself. And I know that so many other moms are doing the same! These little changes we can make in our daily lives develop us into stronger and healthier people. There’s a big difference between contentment and complacency.

I’m chatting with other moms on the areas where we can conceive little changes that make a big difference.

As a Southern California native, I’ve spent a lot of time at Disney parks. With 40+ years of Disney travel under my belt, I share my expert tips for making the most of your magical vacations. I also share San Diego local travel tips including area museums and theme parks like LEGOLAND and SeaWorld.

Brand Ambassador & Media Influencer

As a trusted writer for both my own site and other websites, I write about what I know and have experienced first hand. I love to share my knowledge with a personal touch and my readers have responded to my natural writing style.

I’ve worked with Disney, Jenny Craig, Clearview Eye & Laser Medical Center, ErgoBabyDinnerly, and Get Away Today. I was a blog ambassador for LEGOLAND California in 2016 and 2017.

Please email me at momrewritten @yahoo dot com to discuss a partnership!

“As both an influencer and content creator, Julie delivers high quality, engaging content that resonates with her audience. A true professional and a pleasure to work with!” – Tiffany Romero, President of Influencer Management, Sway Group

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Popular Posts

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Family and Positive Parenting

You might have heard about the potty training in three day method and wonder if it would work with your toddler? These are the must-read toilet training tips for kids including how to prep your child, prepare your family & FREE printables, including a printable sticker chart. These are the potty tips you'll need for success! #PottyTraining #ToiletTraining #Toddler | Positive Parenting | Potty Training in 3 Days | Potty Training Tips


Is surprising your kids ever a good idea? These are the tips for how to plan a perfect surprise, what to do if a surprise goes wrong and 16 sweet surprises for kids! #Surprise #PositiveParenting #Family #Kids #Parenting #SpecialNeeds

Family Travel

Planning a Southern California vacation and wondering if a day at Universal Studios Hollywood would be fun for the entire family? This deep guide shares Universal Studios Hollywood tips including discount tickets, thrill rides & motion sickness, whether the park is good for little kids, child-swap feature, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and ideas on maximizing your day. #UniversalStudios #Hollywood #California | Universal Hollywood | Los Angeles | SoCal | Family Travel | Travel with Kids   Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon are the Disney World water parks. Find out all the tips on visiting these water parks in Orlando with information on what to do, what to skip and how to have the best time with everyone in the family (including tips for toddlers) #Disney #DisneyWorld #WDW #WaterParks #BlizzardBeach #TyphoonLagoon #FamilyTravel #Florida #TravelwithKids

    There are lots of things to families to do in Palm Springs. Find out the top 8 desert adventures including golfing, museums, and water parks. Lots of tips on where to stay and what to do in the California desert of Palm Springs with kids of all ages. #PalmSprings #VisitGreaterPS #RenIW #Desert #FamilyTravel #TravelwithKids #California


Healthy, Simple Living

Looking for the best way to declutter, get organized and clean your home? These are easy decluttering tips with FREE printables to keep you on task! Find out how to declutter your desk, organize your kitchen, clear out kid stuff and have the cleanest bathroom. No need to get overwhelmed with housework with the practical advice and printable for daily housekeeping! #Organization #Housekeeping #Decluttering | Clean House | Organized House | Declutter Your Home

  Thinking about starting an exercise routine? These are the 30 things I learned after exercising for 30 days.

Connect with Me

Contact me via email at [email protected] yahoo dot com

Interested in working with me? Email me for a media kit and/or rate sheet.

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Monday 28th of December 2020

I'd love it if you removed "my reward for being good," or "I will be good by" from your behavior charts. I have worked with children as a therapist for over 30 years, and it's incredibly unhealthy to associate "good" and "bad" with behavior. Children who have difficulty managing behavior are not "bad," and children who are better at managing behavior are not "good." The last thing we want to do is make a child feel "bad" if he/she does not meet the behavioral expectations of the chart. That isn't the goal. That is a set up for failure. No offense to mom bloggers, but sometimes I find it difficult to read advice and view resources from well intentioned but uninformed or uneducated individuals. Some of you have have a significant influence on parents, so I'd rather you leave the parenting advice up to the professionals. Thanks. Susan

Julie Bigboy

Tuesday 29th of December 2020

Thank you for the feedback Susan.


Saturday 12th of July 2014

I too love to plan mock trips or plan WAY in advance. We are planning our first family trip to Disneyland October of 2015 our kids will be 4 and 6.


Sunday 13th of July 2014

How wonderful, Disneyland is a very special place. And 4 and 6 are great ages to enjoy all the magic!

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