FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)

Who are you?

I'm Linsey B. Knerl, a Work-at-Home (except when I'm running errands), Homeschooling (I prefer to say Home Educating), mother of 6 beautiful children ages 18, 13, 11, 10, 6, and 3! Life is hectic as we remodel our old farm house and learn the ropes of parenthood and adulthood. I have a new passion in blogging, writing, and social media consulting after working as an Account Executive and Project Manager in my past life.

Where else can we see you?

As a freelance writer, my stuff can be seen many different places. WiseBread and ParentingSquad are just two of the blogs I've written for. Additionally, I am a featured writer for sites like PC Magazine, Toms Guide, Red Plum, AOL, and Investopedia!

I've also been active in helping companies with their social media campaigns. I've done spokesperson work, and love being a liaison between amazing moms and the companies of products that they work hard to buy!

Are you available for media opportunites?

I have been fortunate to participate in radio interviews, speak at great conferences (like SXSW) and tell my story in major magazines (All You, Reader's Digest, Kiwi, Shape, Better Homes and Gardens, Woman's Day, and TIME), where I'm sometimes able to share my favorite products, frugal tips, and WAHM survival hacks.  If you have a speaking, marketing, or media event that you would like me to participate in, please contact me at our email. (Please put "media opportunity" in the subject line.) Please allow ample notice for travel arrangements.

How can I work with you for future brand ambassador campaigns?

Just send me an email  I've worked with many reputable and exciting brands in the past, and I would love to discuss partnering with you on your outreach program!

Here are is our media kit for this site (stats current as of May, 1, 2017):

Please contact Linsey for additional inquiries regarding giveaways and product reviews, as well as sponsored content.


  1. Hello, I just discovered your site because of the name. How did you come up with the name? Just curious because I live in Lille, France.

  2. Thanks for visiting, June! I came up with the name as a variation for "Little" in Dane (my Grandma is Danish, and I learned the language in college.) The "Punkin" part was kind of my country take on the world "Pumpkin", which I called my kids when they were younger.

    It's easy to secure a domain name for something unique like that... it has it's benefits!

    Linsey Knerl


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