My Most Popular Posts
Today is a new post for my blog, it’s a look back at my most popular posts on EllesBellesNotebook.
To say I was surprised was an understatement, but it’s nice to see a real mix of content being popular. Understandably a lot of these have recently become popular because of the current lockdown, but some have been popular ever since publication.
Which post is your favourite, if any? What’s your most popular post on EllesBellesNotebook?
My first ever post on 30 Day Challenges is my most popular post ever! Who would have guessed it. Apparently I’m not the only person who loves a good month-long challenge. Seems very apt since this post is part of a 30 Day Blog Challenge.
No guesses as to why this post has been so popular recently. I think we’re all starting to get to that point where we need reminders of things we can do to pass the time. I can’t believe we’re into 6 weeks of lockdown already. Time to attempt the splits and learn the lyrics to Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious then.
I wrote this post when I first moved into my own flat in London. It’s aged well all things considered, and recently surged in popularity as people adjust to truly living alone in lockdown. I hope it was helpful.
I do love a list. This is by far the longest list I ever created on this blog but readers seem to love it. At last count I have done 17 of the 101 things, but I have until 14th June 2021 to get the rest done!
Needless to say this post was very popular when I first published it as it got picked up by all of the entry-level publishing societies who were kind enough to share it. I hope it was helpful and people actually got something out of it.
This is a fairly recently post so I’m pleased to see it’s on of my top 10 most popular posts of all times. I got my literary agent back in December 2019 but couldn’t shout about it until the New Year. It’s been a pleasure to work with Hannah so far and I can’t wait to see what the future brings with her in tow.
Another self-explanatory popular post. Fingers crossed the readers found something to do after reading it. I should have put read blog posts on there so that they would go back over some of my other posts! Fingers crossed they’ll see it here and go ahead and browse for a bit.
I do love a good Home Decor DIY channel on YouTube, and I’m guessing a lot of people do now since we’re all locked in our homes. This post shares my Top Five Favourite channels, including Alexandra Gater and Hermione Chantel. They’re great for background viewing as well as really informative and helpful. They helped me decorate my flat – before I left it for lockdown. Damn!
An oldie but a goodie, from back when I first started on this domain. My bullet journal post! One of many. I used to love bullet journaling, but after a while the constant doodling and colouring in just stressed me out when it used to relax me. Also, I rarely used it to stay organised it was more of a hobby. But, nevertheless, it was fun while it lasted.
And last, but not least, to join the post on writing CV’s is the post I wrote on how to write a good cover letter. This is a lot harder than people think, but I hope this post was helpful and was beneficial to helping others get a great job.
There we have it. My Top 10 Most Popular Posts. Do you have any favourites, or even requests! Let me know in the comments below.