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Long island tea is a classic drink that you can get in almost any bar, a type of cocktail so old that nobody’s completely sure who even first created it. Despite its name, it’s not actually made using tea: in fact, it’s not even made in a similar way to tea…

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Question of the Day: What Has Been Your Most Successful Post This Year?

This year what has been your most successful post? 

Do you know why? Do you think you can replicate its success with more blog posts.

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Oh my most successful post this year has been:

I was a post that shared a training story for a 1/2 marathon, and then the race day adventure... I ran the race even after it was black flagged.  I crossed that finish line even though the race was canceled.  I kept going because there are storms in life, but we don't just abandon things..we have to face the storms and grow.

This storm and finish line had much deeper meanings then just a race, storm, and finish line!  I still don't have the words to truly express what that race meant, but my Determination post is a good start!

My most successful post this year was one I wrote about why I decided not to breastfeed: Why I Decided Not To Breastfeed | It's A Mummy & Baby Life

The success of it I believe comes down to one thing - it's controversial & a topic that quite a lot of people like to get their noses into. I had positive and negative feedback from it (to be expected) but I'm still proud of it being my most read post. 


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