5 Of My Favourite Blog Posts Of 2019

It is nearly half way through December and I cannot believe it’s close to the end of 2019. This year has definitely flown by and this year has been great for my blog. I am wanting to reflect on 2019. Reflection is key to appreciate what you have achieved and the progression you have made. I have definitely pushed myself out of my comfort zone and taken more accountability with my blog and creating a strict schedule. I have gathered a list of my favourite 5 blog posts that I worked on this year.

1. Brunch at Bournemouth West Cliff Hotel

I was invited by the lovely team at Bournemouth West Cliff Hotel to have brunch. This was such a lovely experience that I was able to share with my mum and my littlest sister. The food and service was incredible and I enjoyed writing and sharing this post with my audience. Being invited by the team was definitely a highlight for my blog this year.

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2. Storage ideas for stationery fans

This was my first guest paid post with a brand called Big Yellow Self Storage. This is one of my favourite posts, this brand reached out to me, which I am so fortunate for. As many of you know I am a massive stationery fan, so to have the opportunity to put out content like this I was so humbling to me.

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3. The Man, The Music, The Show – Hugh Jackman

This post was my experience at the Hugh Jackman show I went to in London with my mum and two little sisters. It was an amazing show, Hugh Jackman is so talented and it was easily one of the best shows I have ever been too. I wanted to document this experience with my family and I will always look back fondly on this memory.

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4. BusyB review and giveaway

This post was one of the posts from National Stationery Week and I was so excited for this post. I reached out to BusyB and they were happy to collaborate for Stationery Week and I was so grateful. They also gifted me products to host a stationery giveaway, that I could share with my readers. I love their brand and even brought products from them since. I have recently written a review of the mid year diary I purchased, that you can read here.

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5. Leuchtturm VS Stationery Island bullet journal

I liked the theme of this post. I love bullet journalling and researching different brands. There are so many different options out there and I loved trialling two brands. Stationery and being creative makes me happy, so this post was so much fun to write. It was a popular post for my audience also.

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These are 5 of my favourite posts in 2019, but there are so many more blog posts I enjoyed writing and sharing on my blog. I enjoyed looking back over my posts of 2019 and I can definitely see a progression of my writing, photographs and my blog statistics.

What is one of your favourite blog posts you have shared this year? Or what is a favourite blog post you have read this year? I’d love to hear in the comments.

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10 thoughts on “5 Of My Favourite Blog Posts Of 2019

  1. The Bruch post and the stationary review I still look upon as being among my favorite posts! I love that you have put together this list and shared something new about each piece.

    Hmm, I am thinking my favorite post from this year is the slideshow I created to visually showcase the life of a foster child. It was new and fun! 🙂

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  2. Loved them all but in particular the storage ideas one. Very practical and helpful to my own needs. Thanks for resharing it as I missed it the first time around.

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