The end of the year is almost here! Let’s look at some of my best posts from 2016, maybe you guys missed out on something.
It’s almost the end of 2016. It’s been a weird year. Hopefully, 2017 will be different. Here are a few of my blogging, reading and lifestyle goals for the next year.
It’s almost the end of 2016! Everyone’s starting to think about goals for the next year whether it’s personal, reading related, blogging related and a lot more. In order for me to think about my blogging goals for 2017, I’ve set up a reader survey. I would love your input on what topics you guys love to read about, what topics that don’t interest you and what more you would like to see. I feel as though doing this survey will benefit because it’s different from looking at statistics, I could get responses from people who read the posts fairly often though newcomers are more than welcome to complete it as well!
Hello everyone! A little mini update about the blog and what should be headed your way over the next few months or so.
Welcome 2016! I’m looking forward to your bridges and walls, I’ll start planning my way around them and hope I stick to those plans. 2016 marks my last year in high school which I’m very much looking forward to, I’m gonna try and make the following resolutions as realistic as I possibly can. 🙂
This year I will attempt on reading 30 books, at least two a month while I’m still finishing my senior year. Most of these books will probably be the ones that I was meant to read last year but didn’t. Here are my bookish resolutions for the year:
- read and get up to date with a series
- more fantasy books
- book before movie
- have a schedule
- write posts and schedule them for the future when I have spare time
- review every book I read
- interact more with the blogging community
- have a schedule for school work
- stick to the schedule for school work
- keep a journal
- write more short stories, attempt song lyrics
- pursue learning the guitar sometime in the year
- save money $$$
What are some of your resolutions? 🙂
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,100 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 35 trips to carry that many people.