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2022 Reader Survey

I published 159 posts in 2021! And since I’ve started blogging in 2011, I’ve published 1,592 posts! Isn’t that wild?! I am so grateful for all of you who read along here, share my blog with others and continue to help build this community of ours!!

As I continue working on my 2022 plans for Carolina Charm it’s super important to me to hear from YOU! I love to start off each year with a reader poll to hear what your favorite content is. Your feedback helps me tremendously in planning my content.

So tell me in the comments…

  1. What type of content do you want to see more of? (recipes, family stuff, Amazon finds, the kids, fashion, product recommendations, entertaining, etc.)
  2. Any specific posts you want to see this year?

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Tuesday 18th of January 2022

love everything that you share! one thing that would be cool to see again is the WMW series! i loved reading comments from fellow working moms of multiple little ones - it always motivated me to show up in all aspects of my own life.


Wednesday 12th of January 2022

hi christina......everything is great, but favorites are five on friday, supper club & entertaining, book reviews, and travel.


Tuesday 11th of January 2022

Found your blog this year and have enjoyed reading! I think you've got a nice balance currently with the content - the recipes are actually my favorite! As an almost vegan (with kids who are definitely not vegan), I've gotten some great ideas here for meals that can work for all of us.

Susan Brooke

Tuesday 11th of January 2022

As a fellow working mom, I love to hear the things you do with your kids, the weekend rewind and how you juggle work, kids, family. I also appreciate your honestly on things being hard and not always getting it right. Your recipes are always delicious (we have the kale and brussel sprout salad and several of the cocktails in regular rotation).


Saturday 8th of January 2022

I graduated from UNC-Charlotte many years ago, and my children are all adults now. But as an elementary school teacher, I really appreciate seeing how you re trying to juggle young children and working at home. Your perspectives have really influenced my teaching practices (the post about printing and cutting out all of the sight words cards really resonated with me). I love your book reviews and usually follow your recommendations about what books to read to help me escape real life, Thank you for keeping it real! No matter how wonderful it looks from the outside, what's happening on the inside may be quite different.