I’ve loved interacting with you all over the year. And it’s been a very interesting one.
For a fun recap, I thought I would take a stroll down Memory Lane with you all – and share with you the Top Posts of 2013. In this post, I am going to share the Best Health and DIY Posts and we’ll look at the recipes later.
Actually, these health posts WERE the top posts…guess you all really want to get healthy, eh :)? That’s a good thing. I honestly expected that chocolate posts would be the most popular, but they weren’t.
Good for you!
Before we get to the posts, however, can I say that I simply can’t believe that 2013 is over.
Of course, for my first appointment of the year I wrote “2013” where I was supposed to put the date.
It wouldn’t be a New Year if we didn’t do that, eh :)?
This post went totally viral. If you haven’t read (and watched) it, you need to. Plus, the comments got pretty dicey as folks challenged the author and myself about the details of the post.
Regardless, I am STILL convinced. Food DOES affect behavior.
This series got a lot of attention. And some pretty dicey comments as well. A scientist from one of the “big guns” in the oils industry took issue with me–and so did some of his “followers.” Pretty interesting stuff.
The most popular posts in this series were:
This is where the whole essential oils thing started for me. I thought they were a total scam and found out that they weren’t. This post is a review of Young Living’s Thieves Oil, but if you read the above series, you know that I am not recommending them any more. No offense to any of my YL rep readers, OK? I hope we can still be friends :).
This was amazing to me. Still is.
Clearly it was to you all as well.
Yup. Wart–gone. Cheap and Easy. My oldest son has one now. Same treatment.
Wondered if the price Costco’s Inexpensive Coconut Oil is just too good to be true?
Find out what I found out when I did some investigating.
This post was super popular. And for good reason.
Who wants to have a flatter tummy? Me! And who wants to do crunches? NOT me!
If you LOVE beans, but they don’t (er) love you, then read this post.
We used to eat a TON of beans. The tooting ends here.
What happened to me and my husband that showed up we had heavy metal issues really shocked me.
I’d heard about metals for years, but didn’t know they were lurking in my body. YIKES!
Of course, there are different ways to test for adrenal issues, but this test is super fast and FREE!
Which post was YOUR favorite? See you later this week for more!
Shared at The Prairie Homestead.