I’m in the middle of planning out 2015 and one thing I like to do is look back at what happened in 2014. What posts were popular? What post got the most comments? And then decided what I can do with this information.
Here are the top 5 posts of 2014:
Do Essential Oils Cause Migraines and Headaches? – I wrote this post because I am super sensitive to smells, even those considered natural. When I wrote it, I was pretty sure that there were others with similar issues. Sure enough, this post, originally published in November of 2012, is still my most popular one. It’s sad to think that so many have this sensitivity.
Merry Christmas to you. Or, if you prefer, Happy Holidays. Whatever traditions you may celebrate, this is the time of year to bring your family close. At this time of year, I wish you all love and hope and peace!
I’ve decided to take the month of July off. Sort of. At least I plan to do things differently. I may blog, but it’s not definite. I’ve been blogging at least once a week for two and a half years and I feel it’s time for a break. Same for my newsletter.
Check out the photos from my Skillshare Food Photography Class. I had fun with this. Our assignment said to include red in the photo, so I went with red foods! You can also view my Skillshare Food Photography Project.
On Saturday, August 11th, I had a surprise opportunity to be on Girl Talk Texas, a local radio show on KSLR. My good friend, Jackie Robb, is the host of Girl Talk Texas. You can hear her show every Saturday at 10:00 AM on KSLR radio (630 AM) in San Antonio.
We talked about food allergies and farmers markets and more. If you like, you can listen to the podcast of Mariposa Naturals on Girl Talk Texas.
I have to confess that I was a little bit (a lot?) nervous. And you can hear it, especially when my brain suddenly goes totally blank and I can’t get words out. At some point, my hubby even sent me a text telling me to “Relax and Smile.” It helped. But, hey, it was my first time on the radio! I had a lot of fun and will be on again in the future.
Hope you enjoy the podcast. And as for farmers markets, well stay tuned as I’ll have more information on that in the near future!