My Top 10 Posts of 2012

2012 was a fabulous year for me for so many reasons. 
I began making a name for myself and my blog. 
I felt like I was starting to fit in more.
Posting about things I loved.
Forming friendships.
Real friends.
This past year was also a tremendous year for growth.
Readers grew from 800 to a whopping 1,200.
Growing as to what it means to be a blogger.
As a full-time college student.
And how to manage both.
Overall, it was an amazing year.
I’m so excited for what 2013 has to offer me and this blog.
I’m opening up my blog to contributors {apply here}.
Getting a new blog design.
And so much more.
As a way to start off the new year, 
Let’s recap the Top 10 posts from 2012.
Who knows, you may find something you haven’t read before.


10. Feeling nervous about my first WIWW post.

9. Five DIY projects for the new apartment {Would be #1 if I had actually completed more than just one of them!}
8. When I shared my secret recipe for the Best Ever Banana Muffins.

7. That time Erin from Living in Yellow taught you all a thing or two about blogging.
6. Gave the living room a makeover thanks to World Market.

5. Hosted not one, but two yummy Tookies contests.
4. Also hosted an amazing “Gift Your Gift” holiday giveaway.
3. Learned that jeggings are a wardrobe must-have.

1. Completed my gorgeous all-white DIY gallery wall.

Now those were MY favorite posts from the year…what were YOURS?
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  1. says

    I just moved into my new apartment- so I love reading your design posts. I have been putting some serious thought into a gallery wall. Happy 2013!

  2. says

    Girl, jeggings are my favorite thing EVER. I just read through all of these posts! They are all lovely, as always:) Thanks for linking up!

  3. says

    Stopping by from the gfc blog hop…I love World Market! I bought most of my Christmas stuff there this year! Love those chairs. And your gallery wall looks great. Nice job!

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