Got this idea from Kim; it definitely took me some time to narrow down my choices (and by “some time” I mean it took be almost two months to complete) and as you can see, I still could not pick just one in all categories! I really had fun with this and hope some of you will participate and re-post as well. 🙂
The post was called What I’ve Learned and it is still one of my favorite posts.
My 200th post was definitely the most fun post I ever wrote. But a close second would be my 100 things about OneLittleTriGirl, which was actually written as a “page” not a post.
This is a three-way tie between my Taco Bell post, Biggest Loser post and my Full Disclosure post. With the first two, it was good to see different pov’s and also see that I was not alone with my thinking. With the Full Disclosure, it was just nice to finally really feel like everyone knew me. It was such a good post for me to write and the support was amazing.
At least once a week, I write on someone’s post “you took the words right out of my mouth” or “I feel exactly like this” or “love this, I totally relate” or something to those degrees. The point is, I could never narrow this down to one or two or even ten posts. But I can say this…there are many times when I wish I was as poignant as Joe, as motivating and positive as Robin, as funny as Beth and as creative with my posts as Lacey. Now Lacey is a girl who can title a post!!!
I think my most helpful posts are the ones in my Swimming 101 series. You can find them all under the swimming tab in my categories.
This goes to my Squish A Boob and Save A Life post! I struggle with coming up with titles for my posts, but this one was clever, attention-getting and the post helped to spread awareness. That’s a win, win, win for me!
My post on Hard Work and Balance is one of my favorites but I had so few readers at the time, it went pretty much unnoticed. I still look back on that post when I am struggling.