Wow, 2013 came and went FAST! It has been another blustery yet fun year in my real life and my blogging world, too. It’s nice to see that the hard work I have put into my mini business (my blog) has had great benefits–even though I’m more of a part-time blogger (you know, as opposed to full-time)! To sum up the year, I thought I’d share with you my website’s top 10 most popular posts, from least popular to most. So, here goes!
Though not as popular as I had hoped it’d be, this post for super easy-to-make reusable cling wrap did in fact make it to my top 10 most popular for 2013.
This is one of my top go-to recipes. It’s barbecue sauce made with all real-food ingredients and it tastes absolutely AMAZING. It’s good enough to eat all by itself–it’s THAT good!
As a Dave Ramsey fan and a Financial Peace University Coordinator, it makes me smile that my money binder post made the top 10. It has a bunch of free printables that help you pay off debt and keep reins on your money.
Although this recipe for pumpable lotion was giving readers a lot of trouble because of a typo (which I still feel horrible about), it has since been corrected and remained one of the top 10.
I don’t particularly like to clean the house, but I do enjoy it when it’s clean, and I know many other women are just like me. Which is where my post on efficiently cleaning the home in one day (3 to 4 hours for me, to be exact) is obviously a favorite.
My binders with free printables are hot commodity! And my home management binder is one of the top. It has TONS of completely FREE printables that are simple, attractive, and very handy.
This recipe for powdered or liquid laundry soap was the most featured on a wide variety of other blogs, including one of my faves–Money Saving Mom. It features completely natural ingredients and lacks both Fels Naptha and Borax.
This super cheap, super effective homemade cloth diaper detergent recipe was my top most popular post for all of 2013. It’s had millions of page views and has been pinned over 1,600 times!