As 2017 starts transitioning to 2018, I want to thank you for visiting Wide Eyed In Wonder during the past 12 months.
I thought it would be fun to have a look at the year in stats, and see what insights I get, so here goes, according to WordPress:
Number of posts - 165
Number of views - 9043Best month in terms of views - January with 1,400 viewsBest month in terms of number of posts - September with 24 posts
Most popular day - Tuesday
Most popular hour - 7:00PM
Number of likes - 2,476
Number of comments - 367
I didn’t blog as prolifically this year, not like 2016 which has been this blog’s best year to date with more than double the amount of posts and views. There’s room for improvement and probably the biggest one I can make is to prepare posts in advance and schedule them because it is still my intention to post at least once a day. Blogging is a proclivity of mine.
I’d like to close off this post by wishing you and your loved ones an amazing festive season and a fantastic transition to 2018…and a few thoughts…
It’s more fun when you have to go through Z to get to M…imagine all the learning…and the photo opportunities 🙂But remember to focus on your priorities first…whatever your fuel, remember to always top up…Thank you for following.
I am humbled by the response my last post received (The Dripping Thoughts) – thank you! I am grateful for having you as a reader of Wide Eyed In Wonder, and for coming by from time to time.
This is also a message to let you know that I am going to be out of town next week for a couple of days. I’m going to spend sometime tonight scheduling posts so that this space remains lit.
I spent yesterday working on my other blog – The Agile Way – I’m excited about it. I’m having some styling issues and need to make sure that they are not browser related before getting on to the WordPress forum.
Che and I spent this weekend replenishing gas for the heater, food for the tummy and LED lights for the dining room. Today we had a delightful day at the flea-market (I love these) and the visit wouldn’t have been complete without pancakes with sugar and cinnamon and a cappuccino, whilst sitting in the warm winter sun.
I’m going to spend sometime studying for my social entrepreneurship exam next Sunday (yes, an exam on a Sunday!) and as the temperature drops outside I will move into a warmer part of the house, switch on the heater and snuggle down for a comfortable evening with Che.
Today I am grateful for the people who support me in every way, even when they don’t know they’re doing it. Today I am thankful to those who believe in me even when I don’t. Today I am thankful that when I go to a place to do something called “work”, that I’m actually going to a place that allows me to be myself and do something I enjoy. That’s all.
Social Entrepreneur, chief wide eyed in wanderer, wonderer and bottlewasher