It’s hard to believe we’re in the last week of 2011. It’s been a great year, and I’m sure I’ll be reflecting back on the past year throughout the next couple of weeks. That seems to be the thing to do when moving from one year to the next anyway. I’m not big on resolutions, but I will be making new goals for 2012. (That’s another post.)
For now, I thought it would be fun to take a look at the top 10 most popular posts from the another jennifer blog in 2011. I apparently have some left-handed Bruins fans as readers.
- No Syrup For You, Lefty
- Left-Handed Facts in Infographic Form
- Happy International Left-Handers’ Day!
- Boston Bruins Bar Tab Infographic: Here’s how you spend $156,679.74 after winning the Stanley Cup
- 5 Things I’ve Learned During My First Month of Self-Employment
- The Best Father’s Day Gift Ever: Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Championship
- My Top 15 Most Essential WordPress Plugins
- Kid Friendly Urban Garden Art Project: Concrete Leaves
- My name is Jennifer, and I’m a blogger.
- Philanthropy Friday: 5 Ways to Give on Black Friday
I’ve said that some of my most popular posts have been ones that I’ve put the least amount of time into. My most popular post this year was one I almost didn’t publish because I thought it was just a silly story about being left-handed. You just never know what’s going to bring in readers.
(Note: After receiving my blog’s “annual report” from WordPress, I see that Talking Social Media at the 2011 Institute for Behavioral Health Informatics is listed as my most popular post of the year. I believe it’s because that post had the most views all in one day. Anyway, check it out if you’d like as well.)
Though there are some good ones in that top 10, here are 10 more posts that are some of my favorites, in no particular order.
- An Open Letter to Socks
- How working for a nonprofit taught me the art of prioritizing
- When Life Gets Overwhelming, Act Like a Kid
- My new motto / slogan: Be Bold. Be Heard. Give Back. Eat Bacon.
- Why do we still read kids nursery rhymes?
- Social Media: Art, Science, Waste of Time?
- Using a Kitchen Timer for Wellness, Better Writing and Time Management
- NaBloPoMo: Lessons Learned from Daily Blogging for a Month
- Feeding A Vivid Imagination, One Mission at a Time
- Real Moms Don’t Judge…or Do They?
Thanks for reading!
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