There’s something really satisfying about the beginning of a new year. Reflecting back on the biggest achievements of the last before making new goals is a common ritual, and amongst other things, it’s had me considering my blog. Looking back at my most popular posts helps me gain a better understanding of what type of content is going down well. So today I thought that I’d share it in the form of a roundup! Not only does this give a chance to catch up on what’s arguably my best content, but it might also give you a better insight on what people are eager to read than just your own stats will provide.
I love that this post is the most popular of 2018. Some of these are really out of the box ways to do your good deeds (if I do say so myself) and although others may illicit a duh response, we could all do with the reminder to actively be more kind.
It’s not surprising that this one is chasing the top spot. Any recommendations which help to simplify blog work are always appreciated. These are all great apps, but I now use UNUM instead of Planoly, which allows more image uploads.
This one features a few Primark dupes and discusses them in comparison to the products they’re copied from. I still stand by the opinions so it’s worth checking out if you’re on the hunt for some great dupes (and an insight into which to avoid).
Soph Hearts saw it’s first birthday this Summer, alongside a re-brand. I didn’t expect this post to do so well as I thought that it was a little personal. It seems to have really helped quite a few readers though, which is great! If you’re interested in what I learnt in my first year as a blogger, this one is for you.
I’ve done plenty of things and spent plenty of money, all in the name of Instagram. This post is a discussion about 2018’s Instagram hypes and whether you should buy into them yourself. As you can imagine, I quite enjoyed ‘conducting research’ for this post.