We have been busy this year, both with the Cleaning Out The Clutter, and in our personal lives. Let’s look at our Top 10 Posts of 2013 (based on number of views).
Evidently, many families have decided to take a healthier and eco-friendly approach to cleaning little behinds (or big behinds if you use them as a family cloth, like I do). This was by far our most popular post written to date (with over 12,000 views this year) and the one with the most questions asked.
Many responses state that this article has helped them in a washing machine crisis, or with ideas to improve their hand washing routine.
I will admit, I loved writing this article. I’ve always been out spoken and not afraid to talk about “personal” issues, so getting into how to improve menstruation habits was perfect for me. I’m actually planning additional posts on this subject, since I have learned even more this past year.
This was a real revelation for me. To really look into the individual ingredients on what is being used and to look for both health and environmental effects is important. I will say, I got a major complement after I made a batch for my very picky grandmother, and she kept raving about how much she loves it during Christmas dinner.
This moisturizer has become my favorite beauty product. We always make some when my teenage and preteen sisters visit, just because it smells so good and really makes your skin feel and look great.
I love this pie crust!!! I’m pretty sure all of my family and friends know that by now, because I talk about it every time I make a sweet potato pie, which has been a few times a month this fall and winter.
When writing this article I realized just how much my husband and I have changed our lives. It also inspired me to look for additional ways to live an eco-friendly and healthy lifestyle.
My mom, Rhonda Wylie, did a nice article on presents that don’t break the bank. There are several good ideas for different DIY gifts.
This has been a popular smoothie recipe that my mom uses regularly. Anything to add a natural source of energy is needed.
My mom’s baked pork chops and brown rice recipe make me hungry just thinking about it. Yummy!
Now we know more about what type of posts you enjoy reading. 2014 will expand on ideas from above and continue to provide additional inspiration. Was there a post we wrote that you loved, but wasn’t mentioned? Comment to let us know what type of posts you want more of; if it is something we have never experienced we love to do research and try new things.Google+