Wikivorce''s Magazine has a variety of topics which are related to Divorce & Separation or just ones that appeal
regardless of our situations.
We have recently had a number of excellent contributions from professionals and well-known experts and there are more submissions waiting to be put into the Magazine. However, I would also like to think that the members of Wikivorce would be willing to contribute - perhaps on a regular basis like blogger MattW1974, or as a one-off article. The Magazine is very widely read across the world, and has a diverse readership.
What is it that you know and that you can pass on to others? Whether it''s knowledge from what you do in your job or an interest in your spare time.
Can you give advice on writing CVs, living life on a budget, craft ideas, have any recipes to share, a book or film review? or any other subjects you can think of.
Do you have an unusual hobby, or a job that''s a bit different; perhaps you are involved in a community group or a national organisation that supports and helps others?
Perhaps you would like to share your experiences of self-representing, mediation
, working out child arrangements, moving home, starting afresh somewhere new, etc. Maybe you are able to offer some tips and general advice from a professional perspective?
I feel it''s very important to have articles about our members, ordinary people experiencing extraordinary life changes, and how those people cope, rebuild their lives, face the enormous changes and challenges divorce/separation brings - these articles go on to inspire so many others to restart their lives and let them know they aren''t alone.
The Wikivorce Magazine was, as far as I know, the first online divorce
magazine and we have a wide variety of contributors, members, experts, professionals and those who support the work of Wikivorce. The Magazine was quiet for a long time, but recently I have received lots of inquiries about publishing articles and thought it was time to revive the Magazine. As the Magazine is for the members, I would love more than anything to have contributions from the members.