About The Punita Rice Blog
The Punita Rice Blog (which was once called Punlearning), was first established in 2014, disappeared for a bit in 2016 (while I was wrapping up my doctorate) and was brought back to life in early 2017.
If you are interested in learning about the readership, here is some information: The Punita Rice Blog’s primary readership is women between 20-39. Readers tend to be smart, educated, and many are starting a family or exploring topics related to motherhood. Readers enjoy exploring online and expanding their horizons.
Punita’s writing and work, as well as content from The Punita Rice Blog, have been covered and published in various outlets (here are some posts about recent coverage) including The Baltimore Sun (print and online editions), the Johns Hopkins University School of Education social media accounts, The Aerogram, social media accounts (such as @NormalizeBreastfeeding), and many more. You can see a (limited) listing of some where the blog has been featured here.
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