2012 in Review: My favourite blog posts from Cassiefairy.com

Last year was really a significant year for my blog – I started writing more, taking more photos, chatting to my readers and other lovely bloggers and have posted pretty-much every day for the whole year! I started to take myself more seriously with my blog writing and I dropped the wordpress domain name and upgraded my blog to Cassiefairy.com.

I started new categories including Pieday Friday for recipe posts and I now use the Tuesday Shoesday domain and Twitter account @TuesdayShoesday for my footwear trend articles. I’ve carried out a retro interiors makeover on my home and I’ll be sharing the end results of this 6 month project with you over the coming weeks.

Above all, I love to blog and its never a chore to keep writing! I love taking photos, trying out recipes and creating DIY craft tutorials for my lovely readers. It’s a lot of work, but there’s nothing else I’d rather be doing with my time! So I thought that I’d have a quick look back over my blog posts for 2012 and share some that I am particularly fond of – and the list of my recent and top-posts can be found to the left sidebar of my blog, so have a look around and don’t take my word for it – see what my other readers think from my top posts section, which shows the most-read posts this week.

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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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