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I think its fun to see what a blog’s most read posts for the year are and so I’m going to share mine too. If you blog, do you do this? I think it gives a blogger a good idea of what the core interest may be amongst his/her readers.  Some of my most visited posts for 2012 have been posts from other years! 

 

My Top 10 Posts for 2012

 

#10 – Paul Harvey’s “If I were the devil”

#9  –  Easy, Homemade Elephant Ears

#8  –   Jello Cake

#7  – How I reorganized my Homeschool Room with video. Note: my room has changed yet again 😉 .

#6 –  My Home Manager Binder

#5  – How I’m using this Border’s store floor stand to organize my homeschool room.

#4  – How to make Edible Earth Layers for Earth Science

#3  – 6 Steps to Starting a Laundry Business from Home

#2  – Free Printable Maps & History Timelines

#1  – Free Printable Forms for Organizing

 

This year I plan to get back to rounding up some helpful posts for those of you looking for work-at-home ideas and to continue sharing my cheap and free ways of homeschooling. I’m looking forward to sharing a couple guest posts I ‘ve received from others about working from home and saving money on food this year too. I don’t know about you, but this is where I’m at- figuring out how to live on frugal means.

I’ll also be talking about how I’m working at raising my kids in the way I see best and changing things for the better at home.

 

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Tracy Zdelar

Owner/Editor at Hall of Fame Moms
Tracy writes about family life and travel here on her blog Hall of Fame Moms and has been interviewed on Ohio Podcast, local radio and Prepper Chicks. Find more info on her About Page.