Most Popular Posts of 2018

This year I've been in a creative rut as I only posted 40 blog posts as opposed to over 100 in previous years. Sometimes writing comes really easily and other times it doesn't. This year I've focused more on Instagram, posting daily and increasing my photo quality. When I started this blog in 2013 I used it as a place to share things I loved and cool ideas, now it's become my online digital diary that I refer back to all the time to find recipes. This year my travel posts were the most popular and I always smile every time I get an email from pinterest saying someone has saved one of my posts. Here's a roundup of my top 10 posts this year by view count.  If you enjoy reading my blog make sure you follow me (and all your other favorite blogs) on bloglovin where you get a daily email in your inbox with a round up of new posts.

The Top 10 Most-Clicked Posts of 2018

10. Library of Congress

9. Trader Joe's Beauty Products
There's some quality affordable products here. I'm still using the Argan Oil for my hair, the Shea Butter & Coconut Oil Hair Mask, and the Refresh Citrus Body Wash.

8. Summer Skincare Routine

7. Top 10 Things to do in Lisbon
One of my favorite cities to visit!

6. Why You Should Visit Coimbra, Portugal

5. Spring Cleaning Your Closet

4. What's New on Netflix 2018

Every summer I switch to streaming netflix so I can watch Orange is the New Black and Wentworth but this year I never got around to switching back.  I'm so disappointed with streaming because I discovered that just about everything I want to watch is not there! I'm going back to the DVDs next year. Before I could see a commercial for a movie coming out to the theaters, add it to my queue on netflix, and just a few months later it would be at my door! I can't find anything recent I want to watch on streaming. Instead I've been stuck watching GLOW waiting for it to get good, but it never does, but now I feel committed to finish the series.

3. Cruise Packing Tips
I'm counting down to my next cruise in the spring! The most important thing you need to know is that Royal Caribbean allows guests to bring one bottle wine per person when you first board the ship. So pick up a bottle from a liquor store in Miami and throw it in your suitcase.

2. Porto City Guide

1. 6 Off the beaten path places to visit in Portugal
I spent two weeks in Portugal this spring and enjoyed every minute of it.

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