Notes on the journey of motherhood

Best of 2012

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All of my gel ink pens have been used up, and I’m reaching the last few pages of my Spirax notebook. It must be the end of the year.

We’re going to be taking a little break until mid January, but before we go, here’s a few posts from throughout the year to inspire or amuse. Earlier today I emailed Gill to ask which posts stuck with her. Together we’ve compiled a list of our favourites. They’re not necessarily the ones with the most clicks and likes, but they resonate.

Everything is Made in China

When do you become a writer?

When your blog has no point, be good

Writing with your sneakers on

How much of your life is wrapped in newspapers?

Wishing you all a very safe and happy holiday season, and catch you in January. Thanks for reading and sharing this journey with us. Blogging is really all about connection.

Cheers, Big Ears. x

Leave a link to your favourite blog post of 2012 – your own or someone else’s – in the comments. Even though we’re glad for the break, I know by New Years I’ll be hankering for some good reads.

5 Responses to “Best of 2012”

  1. Kelly Exeter (@kellyexeter)

    Heh I am doing one of these posts tomorrow. My greatest hits from 2012 aren’t anything on yours though!

    ‘When your blog has no point, be good’ is definitely my fave of the year and it’s been nice to revisit it today as my writing goal for 2013 is to try and ‘show up’ less often and ‘be good’ more often :)

    Thanks for the robust debate in the last week or two girls. Sometimes it’s really nice to have people say ‘sorry, don’t agree!!’

    Here’s my favourite post of 2012: http://www.kellyexeter.com.au/life-is-not-a-meritocracy-so-its-time-to-pick-yourself/

    While this one (ironically published today on MM) is a close second (it’s one I wish it didn’t have to exist at all): http://www.mamamia.com.au/health-wellbeing/avoid-road-accident-this-holiday

    Merry Christmas!
    Luv Kel

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