Planning With Kids Popular Posts 2012

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! We certainly did here at PWK and now we are preparing to see in the new year.

Thank you for reading the blog through out. Through the blog I am able to work at doing something I love, at home and in hours that suit my family. I feel very lucky to be able to do this and it is only because of people like you who read the blog can I do this.

Thanks to those who comment and to those who email me. It often takes me a little bit to respond, but I try my best to respond to as many as I can. Your comments and emails encourage me to keep going with what I do and also help inspire ideas for new posts and projects.

Thanks to those who don’t comment but read too! I understand commenting is not everyone’s thing. (I read way more blogs than I comment on!) The stats let me know which posts resonate with readers and I use this information to make sure I am offering up content that is of interest to you.

So here is a selection of the most popular posts on Planning With Kids for 2012 based on page views:

Christmas Themes for 2012
Christmas Themes – Ideas For 2012

Our Big Family Morning Routine
Our Big Family School Morning Routine

Home made chicken nuggets
Home made Chicken Nuggets (Oven Baked)

Lunch Box Ideas - March
Lunch Box Ideas – March

Travel Tips – International Flights With Kids
Travel Tips – International Flights With Kids

How To Make Your Own Candles
How To Make Your Own Candles

Morning Routine – What We Do
Morning Routine – What We Do

The Dilemma Of Balance
The Dilemma Of Balance

How Do You Cope With The School Holidays?
How Do You Cope With The School Holidays?

TEEL Essay Structure
TEEL Essay Structure

Writing Down Your Week
Writing Down Your Week

If there is a certain topic you would like me to write about in 2013, you can let me know in the survey I am running here. I will try to incorporate as many ideas as I can into my content plan for the next year.

Thanks again for your support through out 2012 – Nic

Comments

  1. says

    Hello, just wanted to say a big thank you for the candles post which I used as my hand holder when I decided to make some. I’ve referred to it many times. I gave candles to teachers, friends and the family in Scotland, using chai tea scent and lemongrass, very popular!

    My own favourite candles were the ones I poured into big Vegemite jars and put two wicks into. They look so cute. Am all out of wax now but will be making candles again in 2013. We’ve got into the habit of usually having a lovely candle burning in the kitchen… until one of the twins blows it out!

  2. Jasmyn says

    Hi Nic, thank you for all the great advice, information and inspiration you have give me (and I’m sure countless other Mummies) throughout the year. It is such a great help to have all this on hand, to be able to look up all sorts of relevant topics on your blog. I love the “what other mums so” theme, and the reassurance that comes from referring to tried and tested ways to do things. I am amazed at the number of posts you are able to churn out whilst maintaining a family of five children, and how you manage to fit everything in. Your hard work is really appreciated and I just wanted to say thank you! Jasmyn