My All Time Most Popular Posts

~Healthy Valentine Chocolate Mud Balls
Thanks to Google Feedfetcher, this post is my all time most viewed.  Leave it to chocolate to come out on top!

~A Cancer Diagnosis

It really touched me when I saw that the majority of my most popular posts were cancer related.  It shows the care and concern you all had for me, and it makes me feel like I am doing my part with getting the word out.  Quite fitting for October Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

~Finding Cancer
~Breast Redo’s & Nipple Tattoos!?!
~Goodbye Hair–See you in 2011
~Shaving My Head
~Learning To Dance
~Dancing With My Husband In Minefields

~My Favorite Healthy Snack

It seems like healthy recipes are quite popular here at New Nostalgia.  I will keep them coming.  I am in my 4th month of eating a 90% Vegan diet, and I am passionate about healthy food!

~Healthy Homemade Fruit Rollups
~Homemade Pesto
~Cleansing Chicken Soup
~Baked Kale Chips

~5 Minutes A Day To Control Areas Of Clutter

Organizing and Simplifying seem to be on everyones mind.  In our house, routines and charts are key! I chuckle to myself when reading this one, if you could only see the state of my house right now!  I’ve been a bit busy..:)

~Kids Back To School Evening Routine
~Kids Back To School Morning Routine
~Kids Afternoon Routine
~My Fall Morning Routine
~Chore Chart

~Bean Art

There were a few posts of fun thrown in the mix of my most popular posts.

~Cupcake Decorating Birthday Party
~Easy Christmas Ladies Luncheon

Thank you for reading New Nostalgia and sharing the posts you like.  Without you, there would be no most popular posts!

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  • gotjoy3
    October 15, 2011 at 12:38 am

    I will have to search some of those posts. I am kinda new here only been reading for a bit. I was reading your breast cancer story. I didn’t know. Wow…what a testimony. Thanks for sharing.

  • Catherine and clan (aka catnz)
    October 13, 2011 at 10:12 pm

    Thanks Amy for posting such an honest account of your breast cancer experiences – both the good and the bad. It is now one week since I had my head shaved and catching sight of myself without head covering is still shocking. My kids – I have 2 girls and 2 boys – were so different in their reactions the first time I showed them my stubbly head. Boys didn’t want to see me, but the girls were fine. I have a wig I wear with a cap, v. similar to yours so I stole the idea ;-), and many don’t even realise I have a wig. I’ve just had chemo no 2 out of 4, and the radio therapy is yet to be decided. Immediate reconstruction wasn’t offered because of the radiation issue so that is still ahead of me. Thanks for your posts that give hope to people like myself. Catherine (in New Zealand).

  • Laurie
    October 13, 2011 at 11:27 pm

    Amy, LOVE this review/highlights post!!! Thanks so much for organizing it for us! Continuing to send thoughts and prayers your way, my friend 🙂

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