To unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavor to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again.
1) Blogger is nominated to take part
2) Blogger publishes his/her 7 links on his/her blog – 1 link for each category.
3) Blogger nominates up to 5 more bloggers to take part.
4) These bloggers publish their 7 links and nominate another 5 more bloggers
5) And so it goes on!
6) We’ll be sharing the best posts from participating bloggers on our blog and everyday on Facebook and Twitter at #My7Links
Probably A Letter, a post I did during my 30 Day Blog Challenge, in which I posted a picture and a letter. I wrote my letter to my Grandma who passed away almost 5 years ago.
9 Weeks (comments on the page)
This was of course my recent miscarriage post, and it's the most comments on a post I have ever had. I was shocked at the outpouring of love and support I felt from your comments. A lot of you also emailed me, texted me, and sent cards. Thank you all so so much for being there for me at a really hard time.
Welcome to Charlotte Bloggie Brunch! (Page Hits)
I'm pretty sure this was due to some traffic from Caitlin's blog, but I think also because it is the post that has the recipe for my awesome Blueberry Pie. Yes, it's famous all over the web. Make it!
Probably my two running posts:
Q & A on Running I talk about my history of running and gave some advice on how to get into running.
More on Running I talk more about why I run, and how to make it more enjoyable.
Hip Flexor Woes (page hits)
Apparently a lot of people have hip flexor issues, and found my blog by googling this! This post was only about a week out from my marathon and I was pretty freaked out that I would have issues running my marathon because of hip flexor pain. Thankfully, come marathon day, I was golden and did not have any problems!
Also, Trying to Conceive Blues (comments/feedback) A lot of you related to my struggles with trying to conceive. I got a lot of comments and feedback on this and it made me feel so much better about how I was feeling at the time.
Not Enough Attention
13.1 My first half marathon post hardly got any comments! I was pretty bummed about that after working so hard for it! You can still comment on how awesome I did. I don't mind... :)
I Ran The Charleston Marathon!
Definitely my marathon recap! I worked so hard for that medal (which by the way, I was given the wrong one, if you read the recap!) It's one of my most proud moments in life that I ran a marathon, and I loved training for, running, and blogging about the whole experience :)
Ok, I nominate:
Have at it girls! :)