The Best of 2014

The best of self care and creativity posts from 2014 on Nurtured Mama. :: www.nurturedmama.netOh what a year 2014 has been. I’ve had some really lovely highs and some very low lows. I was sick for several months between two surgeries and two rounds of pneumonia, but have worked my way back to health again to meet the end of the year. I have traveled a bit, taken some amazing classes, read a lot, and started painting again. My girl is closing in on 4 and is more independent than ever, which means I have more and more space and energy to follow my own heart again. I feel like I’m entering a new season of motherhood – no longer in the baby years, but not quite big kid either.

I wrote about creativity, self carecooking and coloring. I gave ideas for morning routines, living passionately, and finding grace on hard days.I shared some DIY posts and wrote a fun Pinterest series for Liz Lameroux‘s blog. I put together some of my essays on parenting for the Mothering Moments ebook (free for  newsletter subscribers). I wrote for Natural Parents Network, Bay Area Parents, and Sorta Crunchy. I also was interviewed on The Home Hour podcast by Meagan Francis.

I sold a popular Welcome to Summer Packet and ran the 21 Days to a Peaceful Holiday ecourse, but had to table a lot of other products I was planning to launch (look for those in 2015 and get on my mailing list if you want to hear about them first!)

Everything has doubled around here in 2014 – subscribers, page views, and social media followers – so I thought it would be helpful to those of you who are new to see what was popular this year.

Best Posts Of 2014

Most Popular Posts Overall

Thank you for making 2014 a great year here on this blog. Your comments and emails always mean so much to me. I’m very much looking forward to some fun project in 2015 and I’m glad you are coming along for the ride!

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