As 2020 draws to a close, I thought I’d share the 10 most popular blog posts from this year, in case you missed them.
It’s been a strange old year but one positive to come out of 2020, is that I have had more time than ever to spend writing blog content.
These are the top 10 posts I’ve written this year that have been read the most, in reverse order. Enjoy!
In at number 10 is one of my more recent posts – containing some useful gift ideas for those with scoliosis, all year round!
This post was one that I wrote to help raise awareness of scoliosis, which can often be an “invisible” condition. It seems that many people could relate to my feelings in this post.
This was a post I wrote back in March when we first went into lockdown in the UK. It sums up how I was feeling at the time and I tried to put a positive slant on things. Little did I know how long it would all last and that we would still be in this situation in December (9 months on!)
A feel good post I wrote to help myself (and others!) with scoliosis feel better (as well as to practice my photoshop skills!)
This is a post I wrote as part of scoliosis awareness month back in June to try and raise awareness of scoliosis. I also created my own infographic (using my new photoshop skills), which I was pretty pleased with!
In at number 5 is another post I did as part of scoliosis awareness month. I shared my own story about how I’m feeling now at 10 years post op. I also created my first YouTube video as part of this post, so check it out and please subscribe to my channel!
I wrote this post in July, mainly due to the fact that I had been working from home since March.
I know many people are working from home now due to the pandemic and thought my own experiences might help people.
This is a post I wrote as part of scoliosis awareness month that did rather well. I created my own graphic for people to share and it went a bit viral on Facebook, which I’m pleased about as it helps to raise awareness. 🙂
The second most popular post of the year was one I wrote back in April, about my experiences of Yoga and scoliosis. I have started to do Yoga more this year due to the pandemic. In this post I interview Amy Dickson, who teaches Yoga for scoliosis and explains the benefits.
The most popular post of 2020 is the one I wrote for World Mental Health Day in October, about the impact of scoliosis on my mental health. I think it resonated with a lot of people as I received many messages about this post. I also created a YouTube video explaining the post in more detail.
So there are my top 10 posts from 2020, thanks for reading. It certainly has been a tough year but I am pleased with the content I have produced and I really hope to build on this and continue in 2021.
I also want to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to all of my followers and readers, especially those that take time to leave a comment or send me a message. It really means a lot to me and spurs me on.
I hope you stay safe and manage to enjoy Christmas as much as you can this year.
I had scoliosis surgery in 2010 and blog about my experiences living with scoliosis. My aim is to raise awareness of scoliosis and help and inspire others with the condition.