Since it’s the last week of the year and I’m sure no other article will come close to these, I decided to post the five most popular articles of the year from the blog. Thank you so much for reading and responding to our posts! We greatly appreciate it.
Let us know in the comments if there are any topics you want to see more or less of in 2018!
Kudos to Aldo for kicking some serious butt with his number one post! It more than tripled the rest in terms of views, likes and comments!
Here are the top five in order.
1.Ten tips for solo travel
June 27, 2017
The first time you travel alone, you may be a little nervous, especially gearing up for the trip. I found that once I was there, any worries I had went away. There are so many benefits to traveling alone that I encourage people to try it at least once in their life.
2.Eat like a foodie when you travel
January 11, 2017
People ask me for suggestions on how I discover the best places to eat when I travel. I like looking for hidden gems in new cities, and I have some tips for you to get a delicious food experience during your next trip.
My Fall fashion favorites for women and men from fashion week
September 29, 2017
I’m not sure that men care what I think about their fashion, but I try not to write gender-specific articles (even if they lean one way sometimes more than another). And I have particular things I love about men’s fashion, and they make great gift ideas too!
Take fitness beyond fitness
January 20, 2017
Confused by the title? Well so am I! I had nothing when it came to a title today. I don’t know why. It’s possible it’s because I’m tired and this is how my mind feels right now until I have my coffee. Confused! What I actually mean is that you need to be active outside of just your designated “workout time.” I’m talking about finding chances in your daily life to become physically active at home, during your time off, and at work or school.
Get into a fitness groove
October 23, 2017
I’ve written about how to get started exercising regularly. Today I’m expanding on that post with some more details about daily changes you can do to turn it into reality. You may never have worked out or stopped or slowed down because of other commitments. Maybe you’ve had a health setback, or you just worked out because you knew it was good for you but were never really into it.