Best of 2020 – Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival
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There’s no doubt that everyone’s looking forward to saying goodbye to this historic year. But before we do that, let’s take a few minutes to reflect on our good experiences. Here are a few of mine:
- Although it’s mainly been virtual, I’ve spent more time with some people during 2020 than I ever have in the past.
- By staying home for months, I saved a ton of money on gas, restaurant meals, and even clothes.
- I’ve learned to be more flexible and creative, especially in the kitchen.
- I’ve read a lot of amazing books, giving me a chance to escape to different places, times, and realities.
I’ve also read hundreds of blog posts, receiving information and inspiration on a wide range of topics. But I wanted to read even more! And so, for the final Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival of the year, I asked my readers to submit their Best of 2020. I left it up to them how to interpret the word “best” but a few of the reasons shared with me for the selections were:
“This was my most popular post of the year.”
“WordPress had this as my top post for 2020!”
“I picked this one because well 2020 and also because it had the most comments.”
“I think my best post is this recent one about … my own big project of the month.”
“I submitted the one with the most heart. Turns out that it also had a high number of comments, but it wasn’t why I chose it.”
“I’m considering this post to be my ‘best’ because it started my idea to create a series of articles (four more) around one topic. It also showcases my first Canva-designed infographic!”
“It had the highest number of pageviews.”
“I asked everyone I know.”
As you read what my readers consider their best posts of 2020, you’re sure to pick up some valuable tips and perhaps even some inspiration for your own blog.
Please connect with the bloggers on social media, leave comments, and share your favorite posts with your own network. Please use the hashtags #POBC and #Bestof2020 in your social media posts.
Thanks to everyone who shared their Best of 2020!
It’s not too early to start thinking about next year! Please let me know what topics you’d like to read or write about or if you know of a potential sponsor (maybe even yourself!).
In the meantime, go ahead and submit a post to January’s Blog Carnival, when the topic will be Organizing Checklists.