In the spirit of being transparent, 2019 was my biggest year for blogging! My traffic reached levels I’ve never seen before, you guys are leaving amazingly thoughtful comments more and more, and I really feel like I’m coming into my own more and more as a content creator/influencer/what have you. Exciting! Because of this, I thought it would be fun to dig through my analytics and see what your favorite posts of 2019 were. Not only does this help me see what kind of content you want to see MORE of, but it also fascinates me to see what resonates the most!
Your Favorite Posts of 2019 + How I Plan to Share Even MORE in 2020!
Because this post would mean nothing if I didn’t process these learnings… here are the top 10 posts + how I plan to incorporate this info into new posts for 2020:
I am truly shocked that this is the #1 post! To me, this means that I need to share even more useful, nitty gritty posts about how I make design decisions for our home. Also, I think you guys liked this post because I also shared actual product recommendations based on the tips I shared… then applied them to my own home! It’s one thing to offer design tips, but it’s an entirely different game when I take my own advice and show you how they work in real time.
Sara’s home is quite beautiful, so this comes as no surprise to me at all! I plan to share even more inspiring small space home tours this year, with the first one of 2020 publishing next week.
Oh, yes, don’t you worry… I have SO MANY MORE helpful house plant tips coming for 2020. Let me know if you have any burning questions that I can answer for you!
Given just how long this kitchen project took, I am thrilled to see that you all responded so well to the reveal! I absolutely adore my new kitchen and have a lot of kitchen-related posts coming. This renovation has inspired me to get even more interested in cooking and food, so I am looking forward to sharing even more of that.
When we brainstorm DIY projects for the blog, I always keep in mind shopping trends. This is one such post and I’m so glad we did it! It’s truly an easy project to recreate at home and makes a good gift.
I’m always on the fence about sharing round up posts that are packed with affiliate links (but a girl’s gotta pay her bills!). I work really hard to brainstorm and plan round up posts that are for products that I myself need or that friends have requested. This one was suggested by a good friend and I’m so glad she asked! I’m going to share more round up posts like this in 2020, with specific product focuses.
This makeover reveal posted late in 2019, so I was thrilled to see that it was one of your favorite posts! I absolutely love how the space turned out and will be sharing more of the details of the makeover in the coming weeks.
Another small space home tour… and my first one! Jess’s home continues to be a personal favorite of mine and I can’t wait to see how their new addition turns out.
I’m already planning loads of posts with more storage ideas this year!
Last, but not least is #10 and I am so happy you loved this makeover! I was worried it wouldn’t resonate as much because the project wasn’t in my own home. There are still so many projects to do in Sean’s dad’s house, too. Stay tuned for even more old home makeovers, before/after reveals, and a more traditional, approachable style.
Leave a comment and let me know what you want to see even more of in 2020 + what you loved the most about the posts I shared in 2019!