Happy new year dear readers! I hope you’ve had a great start to 2015.
I have to say a huge thank you for all your support in 2015 and for checking in each week to hear what I’m up to on my corner of the internet.
If you’re a regular, you may enjoy revisiting some of the most popular posts from the past year, and if you’re new here (welcome!), enjoy your first peek into Where The Light Plays.
Where I’m At interviews
I’m so glad you are enjoying these interviews as much as I enjoy doing them. I think it’s great to learn from other women's routines and benefit from their wisdom.
A huge theme I see over and over again in these interviews is the need for women to be easier on themselves and know that they’re already doing a great job - clearly a big theme here on Where The Light Plays.
A few of the top Where I’m At interviews in 2015 were:
And to read through all the interviews, grab a cup of tea and click here.
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up posts
Considering how huge this book was in internet land in 2015, it’s no surprise you’ve enjoyed reading my personal journey through the KonMari method.
I overhauled my closet and my bookshelves and next year I’m hoping to tackle a couple of new daunting tasks - the kitchen and spare room (aka dumping ground).
Enjoy the posts here:
The Day I Officially Broke Up With Dieting
This was probably the most personal post I shared all year, so it’s pretty humbling to see it was so popular with you ladies.
Intuitive eating has been a huge mindset shift for me in 2015 and I’m so glad I’m not entering 2016 with the usual body shaming plan to lose weight and restrict my eating.
Yes I want to feel healthy but I can do that in a much saner way now.
Another popular post last year was the view into my daily morning routine.
I love when other bloggers post their routines so I’m glad you feel the same!
I’m planning on tweaking a few things in my mornings in 2016 so once I’ve adjusted my habits I’ll be sure to do an update on the blog.
What were your favourite Where The Light Plays posts this year?
What would you like to see more of in 2016?