Reflection

Year in Review: 2014

I can’t believe 2014 is almost over! One of my favorite things about celebrating New Years is the opportunity to look back and reflect on the year that has passed and look ahead to the year that is coming. Today we’ll take a look back at the top posts here on the blog in 2014 and then later this week we’ll look ahead to 2015!

Coming in in fifth place is a more recent post when I shared my Holiday Bucket List to kick off the 12 Days of Christmas! I loved putting this post together and I really enjoyed checking things off the list over the last few weeks!

It also seems that y’all loved reading about blogging because the Links I’m Loving Blogging Tips and Blogging Tips Round 2 tied for fourth place! I have some plans to share more posts about blogging in 2015 so if you have anything in particular that you want to see, let me know!

Tied for third place are two closely related posts. The first is when I shared my adoption plans and the second is an update on my adoption plans during Adoption Awareness Month. For those who are interested, I am still in waiting limbo right now and will probably be there for a little while yet. In fact, it could be 3 months and it could be 18…so I’ll try to keep you updated but the reality is there’s not always new updates to share.

The second most-viewed post of the year was Day One of the Create a Social Media Plan…and really, the whole series was high on the most-viewed posts of the year. I loved putting this series together and am looking forward to offering some more social media opportunities and information this year.

And my most-viewed post of the year is the Chopped At-Home Edition!  Competing in this at-home competition was a lot of fun and I still have a dream of somehow recreating this virtually so bloggers and cooks all around the world could participate…now I just need to work on making this happen!

What kinds of posts did you enjoy reading in 2014? What kinds of posts would you like to see more of in 2015?

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