***Before we begin our regularly scheduled programming, just a word from management reminding you of the upcoming Unclutter Your Nest and Lighten Your Load Boot Camp which starts Monday morning. The post dedicated to our Bathrooms and Bedrooms will be in your mailbox shortly after midnight (EST) Monday morning. We now return you to your program.***
Happy New Year Friends! Whew, I’m going to step off of the whirlwind that has been this wonderful, busy holiday season and take a minute to thank all of my readers and subscribers. Truth time: When Terry and I started this little blog 10 months ago, we truly did not have a clue of what was actually involved in this ‘blogging thing’. Holy cow, we have learned so much these past months and have met some wonderful people along the way. We’re excited about what 2016 holds; we know we’ll learn even more and we’ll meet many more wonderful, helpful, clever and creative people from all parts of the globe.
In thinking ahead, it’s always helpful to look back at what we did, what worked and what didn’t.
Here’s a bit of a retrospective (David Letterman style) of our most popular posts.
8. Up-cycled Candlewick Bedspread I love finding ways to re-purpose items that are otherwise languishing in my attic. These hand towels were the result of up-cycle brain storm.
5. Not only was this the 5th most popular post of 2015. but it is also one of my favorites. This blog has given me a vehicle to journal and document some of my childhood memories. The post about making Linen Cocktail Napkins introduced my readers to Grandma, who played a important role in my life. 4, 3, 2 and 1. Knitted Washcloths. I was lucky enough to have several of my knit cotton washcloth patterns picked up and promoted by FaveCrafts.com, which resulted in these 4 patterns being the most popular posts of the year.
Thanks for joining me on this trip down memory lane and more importantly, for the journey of the past year. I truly appreciate that you have taken a few minutes of your busy day to spend it, virtually, with me. Your comments, suggestions and tips mean so much to me, so please keep them coming. If you have some specific ideas for projects that you’d like to see in 2016, I’d love for you to send them my way.
Right now, subscribers to Nourish and Nestle will receive a free, downloadable Measuring Equivalents Chart overlaid on a watercolor lemon. You can see it here. Sign up to our email list (on my right sidebar) and we’ll send it to your inbox within 24 hours! If you are already a subscriber and would like a lemon measuring equivalents chart, send us an email with ‘lemon chart’ in the subject line and we’ll send you one too!