After blogging for a year, everything seems to run together. So, I thought I’d do a “Year in Review” and take a minute to look back on 2018. Check out my top 5 posts from this past year.
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We’re in the truck A LOT and I created this post to list our kids’ favorite activities for road trips. It was a great list post, and it’s nice to see it did well on the blog.
Look closely and you may see a picture of a certain little girl actually smiling. If you’ve followed along for any amount of time, you know she rarely ever smiles for pictures. I’m getting better at capturing those little moments when I have a chance.
I love Tennessee! I’m so excited that this post made it in my top 5 most viewed blog posts of 2018.
We chose Cosby Campground as a place to visit in the Smoky Mountains because a good friend was getting married in Cosby. This was our first experience with boondocking for many days in a row, and we couldn’t have picked a better location.
As a chiropractor, my passion is teaching parents how navigate living a holistic lifestyle. I’m fascinated with all aspects of natural, healthy living and could spend hours reading and researching and teaching on the subject.
After being diagnosed with anaphylactic reactions to foods and exhausting all traditional and holistic options of treatment, I was introduced to homeopathy. I have not had an anaphylactic reaction in almost 2 years despite introducing offending foods back into my diet.
In this blog post, I interviewed my personal homeopath, Joette Calabrese, who talks about the differences between classical homeopathy and Practical Homeopathy™. It’s worth a read!
By far MY personal favorite of the bunch, I’m happy to see that my post on Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground made the top 5. I am a Disney addict and so it seems fitting that this post would do so well.
I also feel like this post got me more organized. It was the stepping stone to my first blog template which helps me write campground reviews more quickly.
Every RVer makes mistakes. It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie or a seasoned pro, you still make mistakes. From pulling away with the jacks down to getting sprayed with human waste while emptying the black tank, all of us have stories to tell.
People must love seeing mistakes other people make because this was our top blog post of 2018. Check it out and laugh along with us!