What should I write about this year?

Happy New Year, sweet readers!

How did you ring in the new year? Last night Gideon was asleep by 8, and Hubs and I spent about an hour, dreaming, trouble-shooting, and writing down our goals for this year. We talked about what we wanted to accomplish in 2018: in our home, with our finances, in our marriage, and in our work. We could both barely keep our eyes open (that’s parenthood for you–exhausted by 8, ha!), but we got it done, and I woke up today SO excited about this fresh new year!IMG_8806

I’ve got a lot of plans in the works for Dandelion Pie. You are going to see more consistent posts (every Monday, Wednesday, Friday), an e-book released later this year, and my Mom and I are launching a podcast! Stay ‘tuned for more details!

But before I jump in with both feet, I want to hear what YOU would like to see this year. I’ve written a very short survey for my readers (shout out to my blogging friend Grady who inspired me to build a survey!). What would you like me to write about? What are your favorite types of posts? How can I best help you? Now’s your chance to speak up!! It will only take 2-3 minutes (I timed it), and I would be so grateful for your input!

Thank you so much!

Click this link to take the survey.

What goals do you have for 2018?

4 thoughts on “What should I write about this year?”

  1. We don’t have much in common (I’m much older and have grandbabies) but I love reading your blog, hearing about the miracle of your son and just enjoy stopping by. Happy New Year.

  2. Happy New Year!! Yay! I’m excited for more regular posts, lol – now that I’m nursing again I have a lot of phone time. Podcasts with your mom sound fun! I can’t wait 🙂 I filled out your survey and mentioned being curious about your experience being homeschooled. (I’m pretty sure you were?) Being a mom and a public school teacher makes me very weary of sending my boys to public school – I think it’s like working at a fast food place, once you’ve seen the behind the scenes you can’t eat there. There are some great teachers but some really awful ones who pretty much waste their students’ entire year… and I’m guilty too- it is impossible to meet every need or really many of the needs. Anyway – I’m just curious about if you plan to homeschool and why/how your mom/dad did it. If you liked it or would’ve like public. Etc.

    One of my goals is going to be to set up our life to where I can do a preschool curriculum with Declan once he turns two. I know I am not organized enough yet (partially bc of the newborn) to even consider homeschooling but I’d like to take on preschool later this year and see how it feels. Haha maybe I won’t even like homeschooling.

    1. Ah, yes, I sort of miss those long nursing sessions! Ha ha! Gideon is a very fast nurser now, so just about when I get settled to read something–he’s done. Ha! I hope you are enjoying life with your two little guys! What a blessed mama you are.

      I will definitely write a few posts on being homeschooled! I am so glad you asked! It’s something that I LOVE to talk about, but I just have never written much about the experience. I do have a lot of opinions, though, so I’ll get started on that right away! I totally understand the weariness of sending your boys to public school.

      You would be an awesome homeschooling mom! Especially since you already have that education background. Starting with a bit of pre schooling is a great idea! I will work on a post about my experience, and just let me know if you have any further questions after that. I’m happy to chat about it!

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