The Story Behind My Blog Name | iHomeschool Network #ihsnet

As the Bard said, What’s in a name?  As bloggers we all come to the work at different times and for different reasons. Generally, blogging starts with a name, a title, which directs the overall theme of a blog.

Choosing a blog name can be daunting to some or joyful for others. A blog name can be whimsical, or serious, business oriented or represenative of a family monaker. Whatever the reason the name of a blog is meaningful to the blogger. That’s why our homeschool bloggers are sharing the stories behind our blog names.

  1. Hmmmschooling, Not Homeschooling by Amy at The Hmmmschooling Mom
  2. How the Masterpiece Society Came About by  Alisha at Masterpiece Society
  3. How We Got Our Name: 7SistersHomeschool.com by Vicki Tillman from 7SistersHomeschool.com
  4. How to Choose a Blog Name You’ll Love by Betsy at Family Style Schooling
  5. Introducing Koala Bear by Bonnie of the Koala Mom
  6. Naming My Blog – Not The Former Things by Shawna at Not The Former Things
  7. Starts At Eight: The Story Behind the Name by Heidi Ciravola from Starts At Eight
  8. The Story Behind Psychowith6 by Melanie at Psychowith6
  9. Why I Celebrate Everyday Graces by  Lara at Everyday Graces
  10. Why I Changed My Blog Name by Bonnie Way of the Koala Mom
  11. Why I’m Adventures in Mommydom by Ticia Messing from Adventures in Mommydom
  12. Why I Named My Blog Flourish by Alisha at Flourish
  13. Why Investing Love by Alicia at Investing Love
  14. Why Living Unabridged? Blog Advice by Karen at Living Unabridged
  15. Why We Are Such a Hodgepodge by Tricia Hodges of Hodgepodge
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