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About Stacey Maisch

Stacey Biemiller Maisch is a mom, writer and tutor. Stacey grew up in Morris County and is a true Jersey Girl at heart. Stacey and her family recently moved back to NJ after living in Charlotte, NC for six years. A graduate of Penn State University, Stacey is a former English Teacher turned Computer Systems Analyst turned stay-at-home mom.  She still has no idea what she wants to be when she grows up.  She has written articles for,  The Mommies Network, South Jersey MOM magazine,  The Alternative Press and AOL Patch, and is currently working on writing her second children’s book, actively seeking literary representation.  Stacey is happily married and is a proud mom to three young children.

From Grind to Whine shares all aspects of being Mommy, from first slurp to last sip.  Stacey shares the sweet and stressful, the funny and the frustrating, every week for readers.  Everything is better with a cup or a glass in hand!

To contact Stacey about writing opportunities, please head to Stacey Maisch Writer.

Thanks for stopping by!

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Gayle K. Hobbs permalink
    April 19, 2012 9:25 AM

    I found your blog through the World Book Night post. However, as I read your other entries, I began to see some familiar scenes and turns of phrases that brought me back to my childhood. I, too, grew up in South Jersey. I lived in Haddonfield in Camden County. I joined the Army straight after high school and met a California boy. We got married and I moved to California where I have live now. It was nice to read your blog about the give away and the 6 reasons why we should read. I am sharing some with my students today. Thanks for the reminders about my childhood home. It is a delight to go back, even if it is only in my imagination. 🙂

    • April 19, 2012 10:18 AM

      Thank you so much for visiting and sharing my blog. I’m so glad you enjoyed what you read! While I’m in North Jersey, now, I have family in Haddonfield. Small, small world. My brother is now in San Diego with the Navy, so my heart is partial to your area, too. Thank you again for your kind words!

  2. Wendy Gottsegen permalink
    May 2, 2018 4:39 PM

    Hi Stacey – this blog post has gotten amazing attention here at Overlook Medical Center and Atlantic Health. I am hoping we could email or talk about spreading the word about helmet safety and important urgent care awareness points. We are so thankful for Robbie’s excellent recovery.

    • May 2, 2018 4:43 PM

      I am most definitely interested in helping spread the word as much as possible. Everyone at Overlook & Atlantic Health were part of the team of angels who saved my son’s life. Let me know how I can help


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