In my initial burst of enthusiasm when I started this blog, I intended to post every single day. That didn’t last long, of course. Eventually, I settled in to trying for posting at least once a week.
I’ve gone stretches of weeks, though, without posting, and have come to think of my blog as woefully neglected, so it was a bit of a surprise to see in my WordPress year’s summary that I received today that I wrote 78 posts last year. Since I didn’t start it until March, that means I actually managed about 1.8 posts per week, much better than I’d realized.
The summary also lists my most popular posts, which were less unexpected, since I’d already seen those in my site stats. In case you’re curious, though, here are my top 5 (fencing referee food definitely got some attention):
- BC Diary: Day 10 July 2010
- BC Diary: Officials’ Cuisine November 2010
- Tournament Layout & Strip Management, Part 1 August 2010
- About Mary Griffith
- BC Diary: Cuisine, Part 2 November 2010
This year, I’m aiming for a couple of posts each week—more regular writing and fewer intermittent binges.