This year was my first as a blogger. I just recently found out about this year in review thing that bloggers do. I’m not completely sure what all it entails so I’m going to give it my best shot. I know we still have a couple of weeks left before the year is over but I’m almost certain that if I don’t get a head start I’ll miss the deadline. I’ll be writing a more detailed blog of my year as soon as I can.
I started blogging in August so I’m 5 months in. It’s been a great experience so far. I didn’t start this blog with intentions of getting a million followers (although that would be nice). I started it because I felt like I had something to say and I wanted a way to let it out. It’s helped tremendously. Knowing that people are reading is a plus.
I honestly never thought it would take off. I’m somewhat of a random person (as some of you have read) so my blog isn’t just about one thing. It’s a combination of whatever the heck my brain wants to think about that day. That being said, I’m extremely thankful to have such great and supportive followers. You guys inspire me daily through your stories and writings.
So lets get this started!
My top 3 post of the year:
- For TWD Fans – Who would have known? I had a strong feeling this would be the number one blog post. Who doesn’t love The Walking Dead?!
- The Sunshine Blogger Award
- In that moment
My 3 least viewed post of the year:
- Women’s Equality Day: We are not victims, we are survivors.
- “We don’t remember the days. We remember the moments.”
- “I’m actually pretty smart when you get to know me.” -Fred Tomaselli
I think I did that right? There you have it! I think that’s pretty amazing for a blogger of 5 months who had almost no intentions of gaining an audience. I look forward to starting the new year off as a blogger and reading all of the wonderful things you guys share. I think I’m supposed to add something telling what my blog will focus on next year. I can’t really do that since it doesn’t ever focus on just one thing. So it’ll just have to be a surprise! Thoughts and feedback are welcome as always!