My 5 top posts for 2012
|December 31, 2012||Posted by Rita under Blogging, cooking, Organization, Printables, Recipes, VT Handouts|
This is a post that I shared at Ginger Snap Crafts last week and decided that I would now share it with you. It was fun to go back through the last year and review some of the projects and recipes. This is really a good exercise for all of us to do. Look back through your journals, calendars, or notebooks and take a look at all the things that you accomplished throughout this last year. It is really quite rewarding to recognize all the things you have completed or overcome! You should really do this!
My top five posts from last year:
The most viewed and most pinned post was:
This is a great way to lighten up your purse and yet still have all the things that you would need while you are out carpooling and driving kids from place to place, running errands, etc. etc. etc. (Do you sometimes feel like you live in your car?)
My second favorite post is:
These are free printables for you to print off and then organize all of your recipes into sheet protectors. It is so easy to get all those clipped, or printed recipes into one book and get them organized into categories so that now you can find them!
My third favorite post:
This is one of those yummy, easy to fix, comfort foods that just make you happy! :)
Even though this is not a very glamorous picture. I have had a lot of interest in this post. It works great and it is very inexpensive to make. A great idea to start off the new year with!
And Last but Certainly not Least:
are my Visiting Teaching Handout ideas!
I do a different printable for each month. They go along with my church VT message, but these little thoughts could be used for so many different handouts! They usually have a good message that will uplift you. I also include a blank card and they are usually seasonal so you can write your own message or use it for a cute little gift card!
I put a new one out on the first day of every month, so check back every month to see what the next message will be!
That is my round-up for this year.
I hope that you enjoyed it and that you will visit me often.