What a great, fabulous year for me and my lovely little baby, MBA sahm! This was MBA sahm’s first full year and I can’t tell you how much I learned from the whole experience, especially with regard to what everyone enjoyed reading! I’m totally addicted to checking my site’s stats, so I bet I watched each and every one of you reading each and every post…and yet STILL I was a little surprised by some of the top winners (although not that much).
Wondering if you enjoyed the best of the best? Here they are…the most popular (according to views) of 2015:
2014 was a major year for me and my family. I transitioned to being a stay-at-home parent, managed to keep my little one healthy and happy, re-adjusted to a traveling spouse – and of course, launched this blog.
I wouldn’t trade being home with my son for anything, but I also can not deny that I would probably go absolutely crazy if I did not have this blog to keep me mentally challenged and fulfilled. I still love business and the working world, so this has been my way to stay engaged and feeling adult-ish.
One of my absolute most favorite aspects of this blog is reading what everyone thinks and watching which posts get the most attention. I put a lot of thought and effort into each and every one, but it can still be very surprising to find out which are the most popular.
Sooooo….without further ado, here are MBA SAHM’s best posts of 2014! (more…)
Hindsight is always 20-20. So if you had the opportunity to talk to your past self, what would you say?
Well, it took me a while – and various iterations – but I did it. And it ended up being one of the most rewarding writing exercises I’ve ever done.
I’m sure you would have different advice for YOUR past self, so I definitely challenge you to write your own letter! It is something I’m sure you won’t regret.
So here goes! A letter to my 20-Something Self:
A 4-day workweek. Forever. Sound good?
Of course it does. It sounds amaaazing. But is it so amazing that it’s too good to be true? Let’s hope not….because it turns out it would probably be good for our health.
And the economy.
And our relationships.
And even the environment.
Ok, I’ll stop. But you get the point – it would be good for us!
But seriously, here are the actual, supported, peer-reviewed, expert-recommended reasons for switching to a 4-day workweek. (more…)