2017 is coming to a close and for the first time in a long time I feel like I’m very excited for the new year. I have hope in God’s plan and direction for my life and am looking forward to taking that journey. I’ve been cultivating a new mindset and am so ready to take this blog and my freelance business as far as I can. I have big plans for 2018 and I can’t wait to see them come to fruition.
And I need your help to do it! I have created a short survey for you, as my reader, that will help me to create more content that YOU want to see. I’ve blogged about several topics throughout the previous months and would love some assistance on narrowing it down some more. I so appreciate that you spend your valuable time clicking through my blog, so I want to make sure it’s worth it for you.
Okay, now that we have that out of the way, let’s review some of my more popular blog posts.
What I Eat In A Day On the Keto Diet
This one is my highest performing posts because I pimp it out the most. This is easily the question I get asked the most. Keto can seem so complicated, but it doesn’t have to be and this post shows a very simple way to eat on a day to day basis.
Our Favorite Keto Recipes
Again, another post that I pimp out pretty regularly. There’s lots of information and recipe ideas out there, and I think that can be overwhelming to some people. I know from personal experience that some keto recipes aren’t all they’re cracked up to be either, so I think people like to know that these are recipes that I’ve tried for myself.
Keto Cinnamon Rolls
I think this one got a lot of attention for two reasons: 1) because people were so fascinated with the fact that you can keto a version of a cinnamon roll and 2) they look friggin’ delicious.
CBD Oil: How I Manage My Depression
This post is near and dear to my heart and I’m so happy it’s one of my top performing posts! This was a hard one to write, as I was pretty transparent about my personal struggles with depression. But this post also helped to solidify why I blog and talk about my personal struggles on such a public platform: it helps others. I had a lot of women reach out to me to ask more questions and get more information.
This is another post that I share regularly, as I’m in dozens of Facebook groups that are filled to the brim with depressed, anxious, and stressed out moms.
How To Get Someone From Direct Sales to Leave You Alone
Probably one of my longer blog post titles… I enjoyed writing this post because there are so many misconceptions when it comes to direct sales. So many women are hustling to make ends meet and are met with just plain rude attitudes. And I just wanted to let people know that “no” is not a bad word and saying it doesn’t make you rude.
I’m pretty pleased with this list! It’s abundantly clear to me that I definitely need to be creating more keto content. If you’ve made it this far but haven’t taken the reader survey yet, here’s your reminder!
Question of the Day
Will you take my reader survey? 😉