You’ve been busy…I get it. Me too! And now, we both realize that 2015 is pretty much a memory. As the year winds to an end, remember to fill your body, your schedule and your home with things that will lift you up and not drag you down. Things that will energize, and inspire you versus deplete and deflate. Spend time with people that are in alignment with your goals and the vision that you have for yourself and your family.
Days turn into weeks. Weeks turn into months. And yes, months do turn into years and before you know it…it’s GONE! I’m delighted that you’ve chosen to fill your inbox with the Domestic Life Stylist every week.
And if you haven’t, give me your email to get the goods.
I mean, there’s is some really good stuff around here.
I bet you think I’m just saying that. But nope, it’s true. Just take a look at the top posts of 2015.
Visiting A Caribbean Getaway: Fun Things to Do in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
Visit the Delly Deck in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands for Local Island Flavor
Baked Salmon with Orange Pineapple Glaze
21 Father Daughter Activities that Will Make Your Heart Melt
10 Insider Tips to Maximize Your Stay at Atlantis Resort
10 Beach Songs that Should be on Your Playlist
9 Natural Cold Remedies that Really Work
Grilled and Buttered Almond Apple Peanut Butter Sandwiches
and the number one most read post of 2015 was:
How to Survive Bed Rest Like Pro
This post just resonates with expectant moms on so many levels. It’s the most commented post on The Domestic Life Stylist by far. And to think I almost didn’t write it! Because being vulnerable my friends, IS SCARY. But to grow is to push through fear. So as you step into the year 2016 push through fear, get uncomfortable and grow.
Besides these gems, what have been your most favorite posts of 2015? Maybe your favorite post didn’t make the list. Any recipes that you tried that worked for your family?
Here are my personal favorite blog posts of 2015.
SummerThyme Blueberry Lemonade
A friend told me that I should have this lemonade bottled. Seriously, it’s so good.
31 Things Only Moms with Kids Can Understand
If you have young kids, I’m sure that you can relate to at least a few of these things. Which one most resonates with you?
This cake was so easy to make, I almost didn’t write about it. But alas, I did.
10 Delightful Reasons to Take Your Kids to Legoland
I mean, it’s LEGOLAND! What’s not to like?
The dress is the star in this post. If you click through, it may still be available.
Homemade Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Who doesn’t love pancakes and there is even a video on YouTube so it’s hard to screw it up.
I look forward to sharing more style, travel, food, parenting and more of what’s on my mind in 2016. If we’re not already connected, be sure to leave your email here so you don’t miss a thing.
To a successful year ahead!
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