Most Popular Recipes & Posts of 2016

With just three days left until 2017, it’s time to look back and reflect on the past year. Many people are eager to put 2016 behind us, but personally, I had a pretty darn good year.  I did some traveling and tried to prioritize self-care and personal relationships. 2016 was also the year I took some leaps with my business and here on the blog, I shared some awesome recipes, nutrition posts and product partnerships/reviews. I can’t wait to see what 2017 has in store, but first–here are my top blog posts of 2016:

Nutrition/life

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Just Eat The Fries

The Number One Reason You Shouldn’t Eat Kale

This is 30: Life Lessons

Hey, It’s Okay…

Stitch Fix

Stitch Fix Box
Stitch Fix Men T4T Hoodie
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Fanned Fringe Necklace

Summer Style Stitch Fix

Fall Stitch Fix Take Two

Introducing Stitch Fix Men 

Recipes

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Walnut Hummus 2
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Mini Broccoli Cheddar Quiches with Cauliflower Crusts

Sweet Potato Cinnamon Rolls with Nut Butter Icing

Pumpkin Fig Apple Crisp

Chocolate Walnut Hummus

Fitness

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Murph 2016 KH

 

2016 Run to the Brewery Recap

16.2: The One Where I Didn’t Give Up

A Drop-In at CrossFit MouseTrap

The Murph Challenge 2016

Here’s to an even bigger and better 2017! Happy (almost) New Year!

Your turn: What were your favorite posts here on the blog? What would you like to see more of next year?  What’s your biggest goal for yourself in 2017? Tell me in the comments below!

6 comments on “Most Popular Recipes & Posts of 2016

  1. I’m so happy you had such a great year! I loved following you in 2016 and I look forward to what’s to come in 2017. I missed your “The Number One Reason You Shouldn’t Eat Kale” post first time around, so I just checked it out and I couldn’t agree more! Happy New Year Kim 🙂

  2. It’s always fun to look back at the end of the year and see how far we’ve come. Happy for you and all you’ve accomplished. And I loved your post about eating the fries! I couldn’t agree more. I spent 2016 getting myself back in shape and getting in a regular exercise routine. Now to set bigger goals in 2017 – like actually doing a road race again. Cheers!

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