Monday, 31 December 2018

Most Popular Posts of 2018

Hello

Happy New Year's Eve!

Just before we launch into the New Year, I've been looking back over my  2018 blog posts to see which was the most popular post for each month.  Doing this each year is great fun and it's always surprising to see what comes up.

In January it was  Luxuries



February    Aerobility



March         Letterbox Flowers



April            Birmingham's Shopping Centres



May              Post box



June              RMA Sandhurst Open Day



July               Cliveden



August          St Martha's Hill



September   Camberley



October         Retrospective on National Trust



November    Retrospective on Knitting, Sewing and Crochet



December     Shopping Australian Style




Top of the charts from the start of this blog though, is my post on the Huguenots.




Thanks very much for all your visits.

Cheerio

8 comments:

  1. Happy new year! A lovely collection of articles from your year x

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  2. I never really look at my blog statistics, something I shall definitely have to do, it'll be fun to see which were my most popular posts. Wishing you and your family all the very best for 2019.

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    1. Oh it's great fun, looking at the statistics. You can see which countries have the most blog viewers too. Many thanks Jo and all the very best to yours too. 🎉

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  3. It's good to be reminded of the good things about this year that you've shared on your blog. I've enjoyed visiting you via your blog and I'm looking forward to more interesting posts in the new year. Wishing you and your family a wonderful 2019.

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    1. Thanks Linda, that's very kind. Hopefully I'll be able to track some interesting things down once we get back in the swing of things. Happy New Year to you all! 🎉

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  4. Lovely to look backover your year and see what your visitors have enjoyed reading. Hope 2019 brings lots more ineresting adventures your way:)

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  5. Thanks Rosie, I wonder will crop up this year? I'm hoping for a few blue skies to make the photos look better! Wishing you a very Happy New Year! 🎉

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