I still can’t believe that 2014 is coming to an end. This year was truly a roller coaster ride for me. I closed the door on one business so that I could focus on growing this blog. I made many mistakes along the way, but in the end I’m glad that I had the opportunity to do something that I absolutely love. To say that I’m grateful for every single person that reads this blog or that shares and comments (even the not so nice ones) would be understatement. The fact that you take the time to hop on over to read about what’s going on in my tiny corner of the world has been a huge blessing to me.
With the new year approaching I wanted to see what posts resonated with you this past year. I was a little surprised to find out that one of the most popular categories was frugal living. It truly makes me happy to know that others want to take control of their finances and live within their means. So without further delay here are the top 10 most read blog posts of 2014:
Top 10 Most Read Blog Posts Of 2014
This has consistently been my #1 most read blog post of 2014. It’s truly a simple and to the point post. Many of us know what we should do in order to save money, but I guess a little reminder never hurt.
This one is my personal favorite. I remember writing this and wanting to share the things we did that enabled me to stay at home with the kids. I know there are many moms that want to do the same and I truly believe that it’s possible with some sacrifice.
When I write posts like this one I’m always a little afraid to hit publish. I never want to come across as being judgmental. However, I only share this because I too have been there and have made these mistakes myself many times.
I’m a huge believer that everyone can own a successful business. In this post I share some business ideas that moms can start today with little start up costs.
I’m definitely not what I would call a DIY blogger, but this project was so easy that I had to share. Plus the dresser turned out amazing! I’ll be doing some updates around the home this year, so expect more posts like this one in the future.
Again, this is one of those posts that I shared because I’ve been done these things myself more times than I care to admit. I even find myself going back to this post when I need a reminder of what I shouldn’t be doing if I want to reach my financial goals.
This is the introductory post for a short series where I share how I keep different rooms around the home organized and de-cluttered.
This post is for those that want to live on one income as some point. It has actionable tips and resources to help you become a one income household.
Are you drowning in the laundry piles? In this post I share 5 tips to help you keep up with your laundry. Although I share what works for me, I’m also human and have many days where laundry falls behind.
I hate clutter. I truly can’t focus if I have piles of things surrounding me. So when I notice that stuff is starting to accumulate, I go on a de-cluttering spree. In this post I share the steps I take while de-cluttering and what I do with the items I get rid of.