Blogging about bilingualism: One year on

This week marks the one year anniversary of my blog (although I technically started it in July, I didn’t start posting regularly until September – anyone with kids will understand why!). I wasn’t keen on the idea of blogging, and have often found it hard-going over the year to think of topics I think people would like to read about. As the year has gone on, I’ve found my groove to a certain extent, understanding that you have to grab the blog-inspiration when it appears, rather than trying to find it every Tuesday…
I would like to say a big thank-you to everyone who has read or who follows my blog, and I’m delighted to say that in the last six months, my blog has been read in 77 countries. It is both personally and professionally amazing to me that people in so many far-flung locations in the world have all clicked on my link and read what I have to say.
As always, I’m happy to take questions or feedback and to hear from my readers, wherever they may be.


One thought on “Blogging about bilingualism: One year on

  1. Olga @The EuropeanMama says:

    Thank you very much for starting this blog. I found this a great resource on all things bilingual.I love how you tackle all kind of problems connected with bilingualism. Thank you for always responding to questions . I totally agree that the best blog post are not when you schedule them but rather when you spontaneously decide to write something you feel very strongly about. PS. I see that your blog started together with mine. I was also very opposed to blogging but now find it extremely enjoyable. Good luck with this blog. I always read your post and learn a lot from them.


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