This week, I am celebrating my first Blogiversary for Be Fed Again. This Thursday is the official Blogiversary day, where a year ago I published my first blog post.
This journey has been so fulfilling for me. A wonderful outlet. And I’ve put my heart and soul into every project, every recipe, and most of all, every post. I am honored and humbled that Be Fed Again has been viewed by 63 different countries.
Today, I want to revisit the posts from this first year that received the most views, the most comments, and the most social media shares.
Whenever I write about a conversation I have had with my husband Sean, or how we poke fun at each other, the views skyrocket. My readers seem to identify with those posts.
Men + Subtleties = No-Work-y and Men + Micro-Manage = Work-y are two of my most views posts. I write about a chandelier that I bought to be hung in the dining room. The chandelier kept getting moved from room to room until I finally cut a hole in the ceiling to jump-start the project. And that move worked.
And when I wrote about bringing home a dresser that had no top, and was in sad, sad shape, Sean and I had a conversation that compares, I’m sure, to many households. Help Me Mama, Help Help Me Mama.
867-53-Oh My is a post about an old government desk that I spray painted and made it Pinterest worthy, and has been featured and shared on other home design blogs.
Last winter was a long one, and I yerned to use our fire pit, and I wrote about the huge project of building our back patio and fire pit. The Great Balls of Fire Pit post was one of my most viewed and shared posts on social media.
I get asked all the time how the tile is holding up in the kids’ bathroom that I painted. I am pleased to say, the tile still looks like new and not even a chip in the paint can be found.
And my most viewed recipe, one that gets looked at every single day, is the Salmon Mousse and Arugula Napoleon. Bow Cheeky Bow Bow. It is a delicious recipe, and a pretty dish too.
I’m off to a great start. Be Fed Again’s first year has been so rewarding, and I look forward to sharing more projects, more quick tips, and more recipes to you.
We’ve only just begun to Be Fed Again.
Does anyone else have that song by The Carpenters in their heads?