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Top 10 Blog Posts of 2020 from Ridge Haven Homestead!

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2020 is pretty much wrapped up!

Time to do some reflecting!

Happy 2021

I was curious to see which blog posts from Ridge Haven Homestead have been the most popular this past year. Honestly, I’m surprised. As I looked over the list, I began to get a better picture of what readers are searching for, and that helps me look towards the future of this blog.

So…In Case You Missed Some…

Here they are…

They’re what You, my readers are choosing most often, and what topics you’re most seeking out.

The Top Ten of 2020 from Ridge Haven Homestead

  1. 101 Series Review of Homeschool Curriculum. Biology 101 review

  2. Rocket Fuel—Immune Boosting Recipe. Rocket Fuel Recipe

  3. Lessons from Clay in the Potter’s Hands.

  4. Natural Remedies for Cold and Flu Season—Updated for Covid Season. Natural remedies cold flu

  5. Make a War Room Prayer Closet—Even in a Tiny Space.War room prayer closet image

  6. Vera Bradley Bible Cover Makeover. Vera Bradley Bible Case Makeover

  7. Dutch Oven Cooking in the Campfire. Dutch Oven Pathfinder patch

  8. Brown Recluse Spider Bite Natural Treatment.Brown  Recluse Spider Bite

  9. Super Insulated Cabin Roof Project. Making super insulated roof

  10. How to Get Your Bed Warm When You Live Off Grid. Warm bed quilts

There you have it!

The Top 10 of 2020 from Ridge Haven.

These were the most visited posts of the year! In my opinion, this is a very random list, representing many varied interests.

My favorite of this list

One of my favorite posts, and my favorite post from this year’s Top 10, is the Dutch Oven Cooking in the Campfire. This post really reflects on the feel of our homestead. We do the Dutch oven whenever we are able, and it’s just one of those activities that pulls the family together. Dutch oven cooking is also a great way to include friends into the whole homesteading way of life, and is perfect to open a weekend!

Which post was your favorite?

Was it on this Top 10 of 2020 list? Hey–don’t worry if your favorite didn’t make the list. Just make sure you speak up about what you enjoy reading about, and let your voice be heard.

Let me know in the comments below. Your feedback helps me to know what my readers value!

And without any more fanfare,

Happy New Year!

God bless 2021!

3 Replies

  1. I always love looking back to see what my readers enjoyed most! Thanks for sharing with us at Encouraging Hearts and Home. Pinned.

  2. Thanks for sharing with us at Farm Fresh Tuesdays Blog Hop! Your “List” made it as one of my features at this week’s hop, be sure to stop by to see your top billing!
    Melissa | Little Frugal Homestead

    PS – my favorites are anything to do with your building!!!

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