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Top Ten Most Visited Posts of 2011

Thanks to each of you who has visited my humble blog throughout 2011.  You have made it a fantastic year of creativity and connection for me!  Looking back on my first year of blogging, I was interested in the variety of the most popular posts with my readers.  Here is the list in case you missed them the first time around.

#10 Worldwide Wednesday and My First Linky Party {Easter}
Maybe I will revisit hosting a party in 2012?

      Summer Opportunities List {Mom's Day Out}

#8 Pretty Happy Funny Real {A Day in the Mountains}

#7 Four Under $10 at Target for Christmas

              The Birthday Zone 

#5  31 Days of My Favorite Links

#4  Simple Summer Schedule {Bucket Lists?}
People love bucket lists...

#3  Summer Unplugged {simple summer cleaning schedule}
and helpful cleaning ideas...

#2  Creating an Autumn Rhythm {four steps to a cleaning schedule}
in every season!

#1 Most Popular Post of 2011
             Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake
I was happy to see that one of my own favorite recipes made the number one post of the year.  This is really as good as it looks!

I have had the most amazing year learning how to blog and I cannot wait to share more ideas, recipes and reflections with you in 2012!

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  1. Stopping by from Serenity Now - love pumpkin anything and am anxious to look at your bundt cake!


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