Can you believe its 2018 already? Where does the time go? Every year, I ask myself these questions as I look back on the milestones and life events that shaped the year. This week, I’m taking this approach with our blog to see what resonated most with our readers. What I’ve compiled is the top 10 most read blogs from 2017. I hope you enjoy revisiting these favorites as much as I have!
Kathryn shares the story of loss and how the sadness provided a “heightened appreciation for simple, joyful moments that can only come from having experienced the saddest ones.”
Guest blogger Amy tells of her struggle with running from issues instead of dealing with them.
Another favorite by our guest blogger! She tells how her young son allows her to better appreciate the small details of life.
Kathryn urges us to take the time to understand where others are coming from. This post is so relevant to considering the today’s political climate!
Kathryn writes endearingly on the sage words her mother left behind for her. As someone who has lost a mother as well, I was particularly touched by this post!
Kathryn reflects on the life of an elderly aunt and determines it is worthwhile to live a kind and upright life.
The biggest event for me in 2017 was losing my younger brother. In this blog, I share how I am processing that grief.
Written at the beginning of 2017, this blog is still relevant for me in 2018!
It can be difficult coming to terms with growing older, but Kathryn explores how a new perspective helped her gain acceptance.
Who doesn’t want a Ginny and Dolores in their lives? I loved hearing about Kathryn’s aunts and how they influence her life!
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