March is coming to an end… St. Patrick’s day came and went and now it’s already the end of the month! After I hit my 100th blog post this month, I liked showcasing the top posts on the blog. So, similarly I’ve decided to do a round up of my best posts every month!
A couple cool things happened in March — one thing you should check out is my Weeknight Meals tag — as I launched it officially. And in a TripTease email blast, one of my posts was featured as “What’s trending.” Both these developments are showcased in this month’s top three blog posts of March!
You guys liked the Auto Show post, huh?! Haha. This was just a fun outing with my dad that I wanted to share. I don’t usually go to events at the Honolulu Convention Center (and this was my first), but there was definitely a lot to look at — and a lot for me to think about in terms of trading my current car or fixing it up and keeping it for a couple more years.
This TripTease I did on the Floating Lantern Ceremony at Ala Moana Beach Park was featured as “What’s trending” in an email blast. It was pretty exciting to see my name in such a widespread notification. This post was also my first Editor’s Pick, followed by two more this month including one on Mauna Kea (TripTease | Blog post), and one on Waimea Bay (TripTease | Blog post).
My plans for this photo include getting a canvas painting made so we can put it up in our living room. It’s seriously my pride and joy and holds such a beautiful memory.
And it does not surprise me that out of all the recipes that came out of my new Weeknight Meals tag, this one stole your hearts. I could never claim that pizza is good for you — but damn, it tastes good! And if there’s a way to make it even a little better for you (bread-free!), why not indulge?? Wait till you hear what the crust is made out of…better click here to find out!
For more simple weeknight meals, simply follow the tag! Bookmark it! I update it every week with a new easy recipe to add to your weekly repertoire. Make weeknights fun — not boring with the same old recipes. You’ll be glad you did!