By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger

2020 was a year unlike any other, and it’s evidenced even in the blogs we ran over the past year. After doing a search to uncover the top 10 most read blogs of the past year, a few obvious themes emerged. Seems like the majority of TMoM readers were most interested in blogs that featured outdoor adventures or ways to escape. Additionally, several of the most popular blogs this year focused on health topics as well as creative ways to stay safe and sane.

If you haven’t been on our site recently, now is a great time to catch up on the top 10 blogs from this past year – plus the five runner ups. We’ve listed them and linked to them below, but that’s not to say that you should stop reading there! As you may know, TMoM categorizes all blogs under 8 main topics – and many subtopics. So chances are great that we have a blog in our archives that touches on a topic that you are interested in.

We encourage you to click on these favorite blogs of 2020, plus many more on our Blog Roll HERE.


Top 10 Blogs from 2020


1 – Day Trip to the Bullhole

(*Note as of 6/30/20: The Bullhole is closed due to safety issues. Watch for updates in 2021)


2 – Favorite Local Watering Holes


3 – Day Trip to Shacktown Falls


4 – Day Trip Idea: Alpine Coaster in Banner Elk


5 – Celebrating Your High School Senior While Social Distancing


6 – Favorite Local Hiking Trails


7 – Riding the Waves of Depression and Anxiety: Hope for Suicide Prevention


8 – Celebrating Easter In Isolation


9 – When Your Doctor Touches You


10 – That Fourth Child Though

Next 5 Runner Ups

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