Happy Labor Day friends! I hope everyone had a great weekend!! I spent mine..well…laboring – at work and for school. There was a bit of fun on Sunday, which I’ll recap for you tomorrow, but I’m back to work again today. I hope most of you are enjoying a relaxing day with your friends and family.
Today’s post is a little out of the ordinary. Jeanine over at The Baking Beauties tagged me in the ‘7 links Assignment’, which you may have already seen in the blog world. I love posts like this that send you pouring over your past entries. I’ve been blogging for three years now, and honey, that’s a lot of content!
Taking it back OLD SCHOOL to my very first gluten free Thanksgiving ! This was a Foodbuzz sponsored post , where I created an entire Thanksgiving Day meal – gluten free! I had just been diagnosed that summer, so it was a pretty daunting task. I’m glad that post has the most hits, because it was a big undertaking! From the stuffing to the bird, that was a long day! I mean hello, cranberry fritters!
Post you feel didn’t get the attention it deserved
While my auntie’s post has gotten around 5,000 page views, it’s not nearly as many as I thought it should get. In her guest post, she compares the nutritional content of all the different gluten free breads! Maybe I need to link this post in the Gluten Free Basics tab.
Post who’s success surprised you
The popularity of this post astonishes me! I mean, don’t get me wrong, the potato pizza crust is YUMMY recipe, but this is my second most viewed post! Who knew we all loved pizza so much?
Not actually a post, but my About Me page under the tab Marlow in the header. I get the most emails from my about me page. I think knowing everyone’s individual gluten story is interesting; we’re all so different. But at the same time, we also share a lot of similarities. The most common subject of reader emails: I’m starving!
I don’t actually spur a ton of controversy on my blog, but I would say that the Most Controversial would have to be my letter to Whole Foods . And Starbucks is getting ready to get one of their own.
Post you’re most proud of
Hands down my Balancing My Weight Gluten Free posts!
I had wanted to write these posts for over a year, and I look forward to many more to come! Gluten Free weight loss and maintenance is tough! And different than the route of a gluten-eating person.
My confession post about Diet Coke may not the prettiest post, but I find the honesty we all had with each other beautiful. I will say that I no longer buy Diet Coke, keep it in the house, or order it at restaurants. But if it’s offered to me at a party or something, I may partake occasionally….
Now the fun part! I get to tag seven other gluten free bloggers, to do this same activity!