It has been an amazing year! Thank you for reading, commenting and sharing. Thanks to you, these were the top posts for 2015 based on number of hits.
This post addressed the red cup controversy at Starbucks. It had over 5,000 hits and was easily my biggest post ever. This post was later syndicated to Mamapedia.
I love Princess Bride and I LOVE being a mom. I did this piece for UrbanMoms.ca, which is my parenting column home every Wednesday.
Eva Mendes made a comment about how marriages are threatened by wives who slum around in sweatpants. I wrote about it because I agree sort of but not the way she meant.
I have been a migraine sufferer for years and it’s terrible. People have asked me how it feels and I wrote this as my answer.
Plagiarism is a real thing we deal with in the blogging world. I’m not talking about posts that are really similar, I’m talking about direct cut and paste with someone else claiming the by-line. It irritates the heck out of me, and I wrote about it.
I have had a love-hate relationship with the scale for some time. One day, I disabled my scale and used it for a craft project. These are my cheeky instructions on how to turn your scale into wall art. This post was later syndicated to Huffington Post and Mamapedia.
I really admire Glori Meldrum. She’s an entrepreneur who started a residential treatment centre for childhood sexual abuse survivors. She let me interview her so I could learn more about her projects and what life as an entrepreneur is really like. She’s the one who first got me started about entrepreneurship and I’m so thankful. This post was later syndicated to Huffington Post.
Laura Dyan Kezman is a filmmaker who is making a documentary about eating disorder recovery. She is really inspirational and tenacious and I loved doing what I could to support her project. This post was later syndicated to Huffington Post.
While this post was originally published in 2014, it had the ninth highest number of hits this year. Buying a bra can be challenging when you are shaped like me, and I decided to share that “joy.”
I know Michelle through a support group she moderates and she’s always been a positive role model for me. Her attitude towards health and fitness has been really helpful in shaping a more normal relationship with exercise and food in my life and I’m so thankful to count her as one of my friends. This post was later syndicated to Huffington Post.
I’m looking forward to bringing you new, fresh content in 2016 and I’m glad you’re along for the ride.
Which was your favourite post in 2015?