Top Posts of 2015

Blogging this year has been so much fun for me.  I’ve gotten a lot of engagement on a lot of my posts. I have learned a lot of things this year. And, I have loved quite a few of my posts. So, I’ve decided to make a few lists of the top posts of 2015. *There may be some overlap*

Top Posts of 2015 for The Morrell Tale

Top 10 Posts for 2015
1) Lessons from Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame ** This is actually a post from 2013! It’s amazing that it’s still getting a ton of views!
2) Lessons from Disney’s Tarzan **Ditto!
3) 6 Ways to Un-brand Your Blog
4) Missing going back to school and giveaway
5) Why I Won’t Use Snapchat
6) My Trial of Faith
7) Lessons from Disney’s Lion King
8) Monthly goals for 2015
9) What do Mormons Believe?
10) eShakti dress review

Top Posts for Each Month
January — 6 Ways to Un-brand Your Blog
February — What Do Mormons Believe?
March — Rhys is the Long-lost King of the Celts
April — Get Fit Thursdays // Meal Planning
May — Why I’m Not Teaching Next Year
June — How We Wore It // Casual Wear
July — Baby Tips, ricks, and Hacks
August — Missing back to school and Giveaway
September — My Trial of Faith
October — Lessons from Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame
November — Reminiscing and Favorite Things Giveaway
December — The Future of this Blog

My Favorites (in no particular order)
What Do Mormons Believe?
6 Ways to Un-brand Your Blog
Renewal
Why the World Needs More Bingley’s and Why I Married One
8 Ways to Encourage Your Kids
Love, Marriage, and Religion
My Trial of Faith
Why I Won’t Use SnapChat
6 Ways to Love Your Body
5 Tips for Having Toddlers Do Chores

My Favorite Recipes (in no particular order)
Semi-Southern Chicken and Dumplings
Orange Rosemary Chicken
Cilantro-Lime Fish Tacos
Brazilian Style Fish Stew

What was your favorite post from The Morrell Tale this year? Also, leave a link to your favorite post that you wrote this year for me to read!

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.