Expert Contributions


Natalie Gahrmann is often sought out as an expert for TV, radio and other media. To view featured articles and guest appearances please visit our Media Center.  Below you’ll find some of the sites and books Natalie has been invited to contribute to.

Regular contributor to the following:

MyPath_logo (2008-2010 Work/Life Balance Column)

MyPath is a trusted online career management destination designed to help IT, engineering and financial services professionals navigate and succeed in the changing world of work. Guided by Manpower, a global leader in employment services.

momtourage logo (Advice Columnist 2008-2009)

A BLOG for moms from iVillage.

parenting_com_title (Team member 2004-2008)

When you need advice and inspiration…where do you turn? To an expert or your best been-there, survived-that mom friend? Either one could give you great guidance–but what if you had both? What if the pro you consulted was not only an expert but a mom who confronts the same challenges and faces the same frustrations we all do?

bsmlogo (2001 – 2008 Work/Life Balance Advice Columnist)

This is the premier resource of work and family balance information for executive working mothers and their employers. You’ll find advice on parenting, career advancement, the balancing act, meal planning and family health and fitness, delivered in a format that nurtures respect for professional mothers. (Coach Natalie’s Work/Life Expert Advice)

(columnist 2003; contributor 2004)

Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing

Natalie is frequently sought out to contribute her expertise to books including:

Copy of Mother's Guide to Self RenewalThe Mother’s Guide to Self-Renewal: How to Reclaim, Rejuvenate and Re-Balance Your Life by Renee Peterson Trudeau and Bella Guzman (Paperback – April 1, 2008)
Excerpt – Front Matter: “… affirming resource empowers moms to reflect, renew and rejuvenate.” -Natalie Gahrmann, MA, ACC coach and author of Succeeding as a SuperBusy …”

balance with graceBalance with Grace: Celebrate the Kaleidoscope of Life by Grace Durfee (Paperback – Jan 24, 2008)
Excerpt – page 157: “… Resources: Succeeding as a Super Busy Parent, by Natalie Gahrmann Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much, by Anne Wilson …”

Copy of Take Back your LifeTake Back Your Life!: Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 to Get Organized and Stay Organized by Sally McGhee (Paperback – Jun 13, 2007)
Excerpt – page 99: “… personal life effectively. They demonstrate your commitment to self-respect. -Natalie Gahrmann 99 …”

working gal's guideThe Working Gal’s Guide to Babyville: Your Must-Have Manual for Life with Baby by Paige Hobey and Allison Nied (Paperback – April 10, 2006)
Excerpt – page 190: “… says Natalie Gahrmann, work/life expert for BlueSuitMom and Parenting magazine. If your employer …

31words31 Words to Create an Organized Life: A Simple Guide to Create Habits That Last – Expert Tips to Help You Prioritize, Schedule, Simplify, and More (39 Words to) by Marcia Zina Mager (Paperback – Oct 3, 2006)
Excerpt – page 73: “… underlie what’s truly important to us,” says life coach Natalie Gahrmann, …”

writing coach's guideThe Writing Coach’s Guide to FINALLY Writing Your Book!: How to Stop Making Excuses and Write That Book (even if you aren’t a “real” writer) by Lisa Taylor Huff (Paperback – Oct 4, 2007)
Excerpt – page 19: “… excited about the idea as they are! I asked Natalie Gahrmann, author of Succeeding as a Super Busy Parent, how she …”

mothers know bestMothers Know Best: Real Moms Share 1001 Tips on Pregnancy, Birth and the First Year by Connie Correia Fisher and Joanne Correia (Paperback – May 1, 2005)
Excerpt – page 51: “… Natalie Gahrmann, author of Succeeding as a SuperBusy Parent, life and parent …”

validating mentorThe Validating Mentor by Gail A. Cassidy (Paperback – Nov 13, 2007)
Excerpt – Back Matter: “… [Originally submitted by Natalie A. Gahrmann, M.A., Coach U Graduate, and author, …”

mom economyThe Mom Economy: The Mothers’s Guide to Getting Family-Friendly Work by Elizabeth Wilcox and Elizabeth Berger (Paperback – Sep 2, 2003)
Excerpt – page 195: “… career coach. You’ll find some career coaches, such as Natalie Gahrmann, …”

hope and healingHope And Healing: Peaceful Parenting in an Uncertain World by Naomi Drew and Arthur Caliandro (Paperback – Sep 1, 2002)