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Monday, December 31, 2018

Top Blog Posts of 2018


It's that time of year again!  Happy New Year!  I'm looking forward to the rebranding launch of my blog tomorrow and all the amazing content I'll be bringing your way this year!  In honor of saying good-bye to one era and hello to another, I present you the top five posts of 2018!


5- 100 Disney-fied Elf Ideas
I only posted this elf-on-the-shelf list in October, and it's already one of my most popular articles.  It's got everything people love- Disney, ideas, and elves.  I had a lot of fun putting together the list and looking for all the Disney fun to add.  I anticipate adding another 100 or so in the future.




4- Free Camping Notebook
The success of posts like this one is part of why I decided to make a new blog called Party Through the USA.  At the beginning of the summer, I was posting two times a week with content for travel, which was distracting me from the purpose of this blog.  This particular post was inspired by my mom and her camping organization.  Years ago, I made her a notebook like this, but I never got around to making printables for it.  I can see that I should have done it sooner, because of how popular it is proving to be.




3- Foster to Adopt Guest Book Ideas
My adoption posts, especially the lists, are very well read (my most popular post of the entire blog is the Foster to Adopt Party Ideas).  I really need to write more about it; however even the lightest posts are very emotional for me.  There seems to be an audience for them, so perhaps I'll get a few more out into cyberspace this year.




2- 50 Travel Toys in an Altoid Tin
If you've been on this blog for a while, you know that I have an obsession with Altoid Tins.  They're my favorite way to organize and store all types of things from games and manipulatives for homeschooling to tiny toys and projects for travel.  This post from my travel blog (originally posted here) has a bunch of toy ideas all perfect for taking with you in a plane, train, or car.




1- Multiplication Battleship Game
And the number one most popular post of the year is... a homeschool printable!  A mom in one of my facebook groups asked me to put this together to help her kids practice their math facts.  The concept is simple, but the multiplication can be challenging.  Also teaches graphing with X and Y coordinates.  Look for more versions of this game in the future.




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