2015 in review

Happy New Year!  Like pretty much everyone, I’m taking this time to reflect and then look ahead to what’s in store for the near future.  First of all, WordPress created this awesome end of year summary for my blog which is so much more beautiful and interesting than anything I could have come up with.  My favorite part is that this blog was viewed by people in 22 countries!  Amazing!  I hope you’ll take a moment to enjoy the entire summary below.

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 590 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 10 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report:

https://idabethgeschke.com/2015/annual-report/

As for 2016, I have a few things planned.  Working on this blog has been a lot of fun, and I plan to continue posting and growing my audience.  Look for contests and other interactive posts throughout the year.  If you enjoy visiting, tell your friends and invite them to join us here at idabethgeschke.com!

Also, that November challenge to write a nonfiction book in 30 days resulted in a completed draft, although not until the last days of December.  The project took off in a different direction than expected and therefore took longer than planned.  BUT, I had a great time, and I’m pretty happy with it.  Hopefully, the project will continue to develop into a published piece in 2016.  I’ll be sharing more about that in future blog posts, so stay tuned.

Whether you have resolved to eat healthier, work out more, get organized, or to accomplish any other worthy goal(s), I hope you are already on your way to achieving your best self in 2016.  I wish you tenacity from within, support from those around you, and guidance from above.  May your year be truly blessed as you, dear readers, have blessed me.

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2 thoughts on “2015 in review

    1. Ha! You could totally write Bar Chronicles. The subtitle could be something alliterative, like Guiness, Geezers, and Good times! I’d buy it! (And please note, geezers is your word, not mine.) As soon as I figure out how to do this self-publishing thing, I’ll let you know. I have a tech savvy photographer friend who is working with me. Maybe she’ll teach me something, or maybe she’ll end up doing it all herself. Don’t hold your breath on that “famous” thing.

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