After reflecting these past few months about blogging and my presence on social media, I am ready to share my personal reasons for why I started this blog.
Why I started this blog ?
Family and friends have been telling me for years that I have good creative ideas when teaching my kids or playing with them. Most comment on my cooking and baking too. Others are impressed with our multiple language learning. Or with our expat experiences in France and my conversion to Islam.
Therefore, I decided to create a blog where I could encourage other people and share a glimpse into our multilingual multicultural life.
And that’s how The Multilingual Home was born.
My blog isn’t just a place for language learning it is place where
we share our love of languages and adventures through homeschool, language learning, recipes, religion, travel and cultural and expat experiences
A creative outlet…
I created this blog as my creative outlet. The Turk refers to this blog as a hobby. Sometimes my posts are just my opinions or thoughts on a certain subject, sometimes they are childhood memories or those of my children’s. Sometimes, I just share my advice and tips. Sometimes I post more than once a week, sometimes it’s like once every six months.
I also make educational bilingual printables and sell them on Teachers Pay Teachers. I am hoping to share more about these printables in the coming months.
Top 10 Expat Mom Blogs
I recently reached out to a blog ranking site called Feedspot. I was immediately placed on the list of Top 10 Expat Mom Blogs. One of the reasons I chose this site was to promote my blog alongside other expat mom blogs. I feel like there are other people in the world who are experiencing something similar and would be interested in swapping stories.
Some other blogs include :
I’m not an EXPERT in language, motherhood, parenting, psychology, cooking etc. I’m just sharing my family’s experiences based on what I may or may have not read. Remember not every family or child is the same. The tips I give are just suggestions, they may or may not work for your family. The stories I share are meant to be a glimpse into another family’s lifestyle, not necessarily meant for you to adopt too.