Top 10 Posts For The First Half of 2022

We’re now halfway through the year and oh what a productive and super busy year it’s been!

Thanks for joining me on the blog today to see which posts readers have viewed the most for the first of 2022.

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It’s been a challenge working two jobs and still trying to keep you guys entertained but I do it because I love it. It’s worth the lack of sleep at the end of the day.

Without further ado, here they are…

Top 10 Posts on The Blog

I have compiled a list of the top 10 blog posts in descending order. Check it out:

“Creative Corner: Lihle – All That Is Eccentric”

“How To Spend A Quiet Day At The Office”

“Creative Corner: Aria – Vocalized Thoughtz”

“Top 100 Posts of 2021”

“My Thoughts On Chloe Ting’s 2-Week Shred”

“8 Tips To Live A Happy & Positive Life”

“Why You Must Support Local Brands & Amazing Brands To Check Out”

“A Few Blog Posts I Liked This January”

“Creative Corner: Angie – She Can Blog”

“Things To Do On A Cold Winter Night”

These are the posts you guys have read the most so far this year. I’m glad to see that you enjoy reading the interviews as well.

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It’s always interesting to see which content you guys are enjoying the most and oftentimes quite surprising.

Please let me know if your favourites made it to the top posts and if not, drop a comment letting me know which post you’ve enjoyed most so far and why.

I’ll see you here again real soon.

xoxo

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