2014 In Review: Top 10 Most Popular Posts

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2014 was an exciting blog year for me. I opened this new WordPress blog, made some new online friends, and began the move from hobby blogger to…well, something else.

Here are the Living Unabridged posts that had the most views in 2014:

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10. Books About the First World War for Teens and Kids. I put this list together in honor of the 100th anniversary of the start of “The Great War.”

9. Words on Wednesday: A Book Formed Soul. This was an entry in the “Words on Wednesday” linkup hosted by my blog friend Dawn. If you blog about books or reading, you should consider linking up!

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8. 31 Authors Children Love (My first attempt at a 31 days series. This was a lot of fun to research.)

7.  One Simple Way to Bring History to Life (one of my first iHN posts)

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6.  Not Just Books: A Book Lover’s Gift Guide (I had so much fun putting this one together!)

5. 9 Tips for Traveling With Kids

4. Why We Ditched Storytime (And Why We Went Back)

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3. 3 Simple Ways to Save a Bad Day

2. Plot Twist (Where my life didn’t go the way I planned, but I’m excited anyway)

And the most popular post, by far, was:

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1. 4 Things Children Don’t Need. This one has been shared like crazy. It’s been fun to hear about what other people think kids really need.

Because many of you are new readers, here are a few of my most popular posts from my former blog home Candid Diversions:

My most popular post of all time over there, which still gets many hits every day: 31 Realities of Life for an INTJ Female. Some other popular posts also concerned life as an INTJ:

Other popular posts in 2014 included:

Did your favorite Living Unabridged post make the list?

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