Top 15 Posts of 2018

Well we’ve reached the end of the year and I thought it was fitting to take a look back and put all of the best performing posts in one place. These were all written this year, and every time I do this analysis it’s still this post written in 2015 that takes the top spot because I think it has developed a life of its own on Pinterest. Now let’s have more of these posts do that, yes?

This year has been wonderful and magical as it was the first full year that I worked for myself as both a personal trainer and content creator here on this site. We traveled a bunch, I found out I was pregnant, and I finally started to think more long-term about business growth and what will happen when this little peanut comes in May (ish).

I’m excited to see what 2019 will bring and I hope that your year was full of happy reflections. If not, I’ve been there too and the best thing to do is learn what you can from it and keep going. There’s always a light at the end of the tunnel, but you have to keep walking to get there. All the best to each and every one of you as we start this new year. 🙂

The top 15 posts of 2018, in no particular order, are:

1. Eat the Damn Cookie

2. My Experience with Starting Antidepressants

3. Adjusting to a Changing Body

4. What Helped Save Our Marriage — The Separation That Wasn’t

5. How We Decided It Was Time To Start A Family

6. 6 Food and Fitness Products That Are Worth The Investment

7. 5 Free Strength-Based Apps To Use in the Gym

8. 5 Things In Fitness I No Longer Do

9. When Depression Comes Back

10. Mental Health: How You Can Actually Help

11. 10 Habits of Mentally Healthy People

12. 5 Reasons You’re Not Seeing Results From Your Workouts

13. We’re Having A…

14. First Trimester Recap

15. How to Find Balance After an Exercise Addiction

3 comments on “Top 15 Posts of 2018

  1. Looking forward to more posts in 2019! I love that you aren’t afraid to speak up on important issues like mental health, addiction, and anxiety. I appreciate how honest and well written your posts are and that you draw from your own life experiences to share these important issues.
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