2018 was the year of the bullet journal for me and it seems like my readers enjoyed those blog posts too. I’ve put together a list of my most popular blog posts of this year just in case you missed any.
This presented a guide to creating your own travel journal. I wrote in my journal for the entire 98 days that I was in New York and it is the best memory scrapbook I’ve ever made.
This is an old but gold blog post full of ideas for your own writing.
Ever tried bullet journalling? If not, why not? It’s amazing and doesn’t have to take that long if you keep it simple.
This blog post went viral on Remembrance Day as it showcases Cornwall’s best poppy fields.
Bullet journalling for happiness, yes please.
If you are anything like me (useless with time management sometimes) then a bullet journal could be your perfect productivity companion.
Put off by the incredible bullet journal spreads you see on Instagram? Don’t be. I’ve put together a straightforward guide to setting up your own as well as details on how to achieve something similar to my personal spreads and style.
This is one of the oldest posts on my blog and dates back to 2014; however, it still remains one of the most popular. It’s basically my version of buzzfeed…
Self-care and wellbeing were hot topics in 2018 and this post went viral on Pinterest. It is a simple 30-day challenge that will lead to a better, happier and healthier version of you.
It is no surprise that a bullet journal related post was my most viewed for 2018. I put in a lot of effort into writing and creating these for my readers. This went a little crazy on Pinterest and I was slightly shocked by how well received it was around the world – so thank you!
What about all the other posts of 2018?
My favourite post of 2018: 5 ways to spring clean and declutter your life. I enjoyed putting together this post using my bullet journal and it proved very popular but didn’t quite make the top 10 most viewed posts.
Another favourite: how to be happy through organisation. Once again, it didn’t quite make the cut but was very close.
My least viewed post was: 56 Days on Summer Camp in New York. I didn’t have time to promote this post at the time but if you are thinking about going on a summer camp yourself as a camper or counsellor then do check it out!
My last post of 2018: reflecting back on the year and narrowing down my personal highlights. If you are interested in reading an overview of my entire year then this is the post for you.
What was your favourite post of 2018 either that you read on my blog or someone else’s? Let me know below or get in contact with me here.
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