Reader Survey: Help Me Help You
Can you believe it, 2016 is almost over! This year really flew by. This may have to do with the fact that I started the year with 1 kid and ended it with 2. Remember when Hails refused to come out and I didn’t finally deliver until 6 days past the due date? Now baby girl is 31 weeks old! Crazy, I know.
A lot of things happened this year. This year Tyler started school, Hailey started swim class, my hubby wrote a children’s book which is currently being illustrated, Hailey was diagnosed with hypothyroidism, I lost the baby weight, my brother had several amputations, my brother also got engaged, and Hailey got baptized. Lots of things. A few bad/sad but overall we had a really good year.
A lot of things happened with my blog this year as well. It grew in pageviews and readership, I was able to monetize a bit, and I was able to help some people with their organization and time management. The thing is, I want to help MORE people. Over the years I have balanced numerous responsibilities at once. Right now I have work, two kids, this blog, grad school, teaching dance, and other choreographic endeavors. I learned a lot about how to get organized and manage my time. Whether its organizing Tylers swim and dance classes, making sure all his paper work is set for preschool, managing Hailey’s numerous doctors’ appointments, or managing this blog, I have found ways make sure it all gets done, on time with plenty of time for play!
How You Can Help Me Help You
I want you to have that as well! I want you to be able to stress less because you know everything is getting done. I want to help you feel more organized and less frazzled. But I need your help to do it. Below is a short reader survey that I put together to learn more about you, your needs, your desires, and how I can help. It will only take a few minutes to complete, but it will really help me focus on your needs and how I can help.
Have a great weekend!
Emily Bendler is a mom, wife, full-time insurance adjuster, professional dancer, dance teacher, graduate student, and founder of I Hope You Dance, Inc., a non-profit supporting youth dance. Read how Emily used her dance ambitions to become a time management maven. Feel free to send Emily a message using the email me tab above.