Many bloggers are listing their most popular posts of the previous year and I probably would not have followed suit but a reader asked me to, so here I go. In terms of traffic here are the most popular posts of the past year:
10 New Ways to Cook Quinoa – Over 20,000 people have visited this post and I didn’t write it until late summer. Wow! I hope it has provided Quinoa cooking ideas for lots of people.
Are You Eating the 30 Healthiest Foods? – I listed the healthiest foods selected by a popular magazine to see how many of them I was eating or not and why.
Six Benefits of Eating Locally Grown Foods – Why we should high tail it out of the chain grocery store and into the farmer’s market.
The Dangers of Soy – My horrendous experience with soy. I let my guard down and I started consuming a protein bar that had soy in it. It did devastating things to my health and it is the gift that just keeps on giving unfortunately.
Natural Sunburn Remedies – Tips and ideas for recovering from a sunburn.
Bringing Food Preservation Back To Our Kitchens – The lost art of food preservation.
Tips on Avoiding Food Waste – Most people in affluent countries waste food left and right but we can tame that beast with some creativity and planning.
Eco Friendly & Sustainable Dollhouses – Turning a classic toy and into a green toy.
Greener Tips for Healthy Skin – Reading this post again was a great reminder to break out the magnesium oil again. I need it!
Okabashi Recyclable Shoes and Flip-Flops – A greener shoe option that I reviewed.
Okay, so that is what drew the most readers in. My personal faves would include some of the above but I would also add:
Happy With What You Have – Feng Shui Tips for the Home – I am a big Feng Shui enthusiast.
Creating a Real Foods Kitchen – This was a very recent post but already gaining in popularity.
The Power of Reclaiming Domesticity
Living the Minimalist Lifestyle
Transitioning Kids to REAL Food
Here is to 2012!!