PhillyTweens.com was started as a resource for parents and kids trying to navigate the city and the world.
Sharing stories can save lives.
As a writer, I’ve been fortunate to share my personal stories of everything from postpartum anxiety, chronic illness, parenting, sexuality, and even mundane day to day issues. I’ve seen first hand how some of these stories have touched people, and I’ve also had my perspective changed my thousands of stories I’ve read online. When I’ve gone through difficulties in my own life, reading the stories of strangers has often been the anchor I needed to pull me back to shore.
We all need advice, resources, access, and, sometimes, just commiseration. That was the reason I started Spit That Out, and now that my children have reached new milestones, it’s the reason I’ve started PhillyTweens.
I hope this site will be a resource for everything from sharing events, activities, and businesses to expert advice to personal stories from both parents and kids. Most of all, I hope it will be helpful. Because it truly does take a village – on and offline.
About Paige Wolf, founder
Paige Wolf is an author, writer, publicist, and advocate dedicated to creating meaningful progressive change locally and globally.
Paige founded Paige Wolf Media & Public Relations in 2002, a B Corporation offering communications services to clients who contribute to a sustainable world and positive change.
Her book Spit That Out! The Overly Informed Parent’s Guide to Raising Healthy Kids in the Age of Environmental Guilt (New Society Publishers 2016) has received national acclaim from People.com, Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, Babble, US Weekly, Parents.com, and more.
Paige’s blog, “Spit That Out,” has a dedicated base of readers who want to learn more about green living tips, issues, brands, and bargains.
Paige regularly appears as a sustainability expert on television and writes about parenting, activism, and sustainability for dozens of publications including The Philadelphia Inquirer, Grid, MindBodyGreen, Prevention, Philadelphia Magazine, Rodale’s Organic Life, ScaryMommy, XO Jane, and The Huffington Post.
Paige lives in Philadelphia with her husband, two children, and an American Hairless Terrier.