The Best of Savvy in 2012

Most Popular Articles of 2012
The Best of Savvy in 2012

From the first day of January to the last day of December, we tried, we tested and we scoured—all in an effort to bring you more practical solutions to your everyday dilemmas. And while we’re pretty sure you liked what we delivered, we know you enjoyed some more than others—like the one entitled ‘15 Things Not to Say to Another Mom’. That one was a big hit. You opened it, forwarded it, shared it and commented on it more than any article we’ve published to date. 

9 Financial Mistakes to Avoid
Then you go and get all serious about your finances. The second most popular article was 9 Financial Mistakes to Avoid. How are we supposed to keep up?

10 Apps for Smart Kids
We looked for educational apps the kids would love and you liked that too. (Almost as much as financial mistakes.) 10 Apps for Smart Kids came in a close third this year.

We know you have diverse interests because your to-do list and responsibilities are wide ranging—that’s what being a mom is all about. You have a lot of mouths to feed, little people to dress and drive, work to do, bills to pay, rooms to clean, books to read, apps to play…the list goes on. And on. 

So before you go and make resolutions on how to be a better you (because we think you’re pretty awesome the way you are), have some fun reviewing the rest of our Top 10 Savvy Articles of 2012.

Because we want to be sure you didn’t miss a thing from last year before you move into the next.

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First published 2013.01.01

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