The purpose of the challenge is to select posts from 7 categories from your blog and invite other bloggers to do the same.
The 7 categories are:
- Most Popular Post
- Most Controversial Post
- Most Helpful Post
- Most Beautiful Post
- Most Surprisingly Successful Post
- Most Under Rated Post
- Most Proud of Post
This is a great way to unite bloggers from all over the globe and to re-introduce a few old and forgotten posts which may not have received any recognition from when we were still newby bloggers.
My 7 are:
1. Most Popular Post
I am taking the popularity of this post from the number of views and not number of comments – my normal daily views TRIPLED for this post. 😀
2. Most Controversial Post
I was a little worried about posting this one, but think that it was received better than what I originally anticipated.
3. Most Helpful Post
Undoubtedly, this would have to be my post on Abbreviations and Conversions. This really is a concise list of helpful info.
4. Most Beautiful Post
I think this would have to be the post a friend of mine in Mauritius photographed for me.
5. Most Surprisingly Successful Post
Not sure how to quantify the successful part but I guess I would have to say my, Getting to know you more post where I asked questions to help us learn more about each others culinary likes and dislikes and 5 fellow bloggers were kind enough to share in the fun. I have compiled another fun post, which I will share next week with links to the other bloggers answers.
6. Most Under Rated Post
I am not sure if I am supposed to take this from my blog stats or in my opinion, so in my opinion and just because this is one of my favourite recipes, it would have to be my post on Carrot Cake Cupcakes.
7. Most Proud of Post
Aah, there is a slight catch with this one as I have not done the post yet – I will soon, I promise, and just to whet your appetite a little… we have printed a few copies of my book to sell – YAY! These will be “limited-edition” books as when we do a reprint, we will be changing the format slightly and moving away from a spiral bind to a standard “perfect-bind” oh and we will also have it available as an e-book. 😀