The Best of January: Top 10 Posts

Posted January 31, 2015 by tambarr1 in family and home / 0 Comments

Top 10 Posts Readers Love 

Much to my surprise, the #1 most viewed post for the month of January was my poem “Scorched Earth”.  I guess it wasn’t half bad :). Thanks goes to my mama for the inspiration.

Coming in 2nd is my segment Slow Cooker Saturdays, and it is a hit! I can honestly say that meal planning has changed my life. How did I do it?  I shopped on sale, I made a menu, and I stretched all meals.  The most viewed recipe was the chicken fajitas, and trust me, the fajitas were good!  I made fajitas, quesadillas, and chicken bowls (Chipotle style).  Talk about stretching a meal! #winning

Even though written in December, my debut post “i want to live out loud” is the 3rd most viewed post this month. It’s also my new motto!

Following closely behind my debut post at #4 is my post on Parenting. I will tell you that my girls are my heartbeats, and I am blessed to have them.

Coming in as the 5th most viewed post is Shopping+Style. I plan to share more of my fashion ideas, and I welcome yours!

Organizing or de-cluttering is the 6th most viewed post of the month. It confirms for me that making sure everything has a place is a necessity. Making sure that happens can be overwhelming, so take it one day at a time.

The 7th most viewed post was on Saving $, and many are interested in this strategy. Right now, I am making sure that saving money in ALL areas be a top priority.

My post in 2015 on goal setting is #8. I am happy that many of you have the same interest to create a clear vision and attainable goals. I am a work in progress, and though I am not quite restored, I will not stop!

21 days later is  #9. Being healthy takes commitment, and I am happy to report that I am still committed. I want to be healthy, and I want to be here. That’s motivation enough!

The #10 most viewed post was Teaching Fashionably, and that makes me happy. Since the second semester started, I have been looking good in the classroom, and I have to admit I feel good; I feel confident. My students are more respectful and my attitude is on point. Remember, looking good doesn’t have to cost a lot of money, but having the respect of the students and feeling good is priceless!

Thank you for a wonderful month. I am well on my way on my journey to restoration. 
Don’t forget to join me in February where my focus for the month will be