We have been publishing guest posts right from the beginning, simply because we feel adding other voices can only enhance the content of this website. Judging by the numbers and the feedback from our many thousand readers, this strategy has been very fruitful for us. Not only has it enriched the content of this website, but the many guest posts have all delivered something new and unique.

Our guest posts have originated from a variety of sources, some of them were penned by high-profile educators and psychologists, while others were lovingly written by some of our kids. Because we like to update our blog content on a daily basis, we are continually looking for new contributors, and perhaps, your post could be published in the near future.

If this publication opportunity sounds interesting to you, please fill in the contact form below or email us at elizabeth@hayleyandadam.info.

Blogging to Educate and Make Learning Fun

I’ve loved learning from an early age, however, I have seen many children and adults detest their schooling. To me, this is exceedingly sad especially because it invariably means that the child’s or adult’s potential was never uncovered. I have made it my mission to show kids and adults that learning can be fun, and I have used my blog to highlight the many ways in which learning can be made fun. While some may perceive fun as a distracting factor, I view it as the complete opposite. I have seen unmotivated kids light up and learn when learning was made fun. They focused, were curious, and very eager to learn.

In view of these experiences, I have attempted to dedicate a large proportion of my blog to illustrating how learning can be enjoyable for all by publishing fun resources on all the main school subjects. I have also been privileged to publish guest posts from experts who shine an entirely new light on teaching and inspire to try innovative methodologies.

Ultimately, this blog is meant as a source of inspiration for kids, parents, and teachers.

Topics and Titles

If you would like to contribute to my blog, please take a look at the topics I like to cover. Having said that, I have also published guest posts on subjects suggested by guest bloggers, so if you have a unique idea, make sure to run it by me too.

  • Dealing with Children
  • Children Psychology
  • Games
  • Healthy Kids
  • Hobbies
  • Education
  • Arts
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Geography
  • Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • General News

As you can see, a lot of the topics coincide with school subjects, while others cover parenting and child psychology issues. If you are unsure of what a blog post title may look like, take a look at the following samples:

  • Brain Food – Healthy School Lunches to Improve Learning
  • What to Do When Your Kid Hates Homework
  • The Benefits of Practical Learning

Remember, I have published guest posts from parents, teachers, kids, expert blogger, and complete novices.

Guest Blogging – A Win-Win for All

Having a guest post published here is beneficial to all involved. Writers get access to thousands of new readers, readers can enjoy top-quality posts, and my website keeps on getting better. If you are new to blogging, don’t be intimidated. For starters, we are here to support you and will help you craft a top-quality post. When you submit your very first post, we can take all the time we need to jointly edit it until it reaches pure perfection. Throughout the process, you will learn all about the art of blogging and you may go on to get published elsewhere or start your own blog.

Well-read bloggers can gain even more subscriptions and raise their profile further. You may refer to your own work in the blog or insert a link.

We like to give our contributors full credit and do as much to publicize you as a writer as we can. Before publication, we will ask you for a photo and a short bio.

If you would like to avail of this great publication opportunity, please fill in the form below or email us at elizabeth@hayleyandadam.info. We look forward to hearing from you!