2012 Blogging : In Review from WordPress

It’s been a quiet year for me, in blogging-wise, of course. There are too much intense emotion left me weary and ended up unwritten within this ‘home’, for we know words often fail us in elaborating what we really felt.

However, it has been such a delight that WordPress summarized my blogging activity during the year. I always love their annual report feature. It gives me insight on what makes people read my blog and what I should write more about in the upcoming year, in order to make my blog useful for others instead of merely a place where I put everything else I couldn’t say upfront others.

Apparently, the most popular writings were the ones with psychology related topic in them, well, not so surprising.  Apart from that, other popular writings seems to have something to do with relationship topic, which never ceased to amazed me. Seriously, relationship, no matter how many stories had been told about it, people have not been bored with them, yet. In fact, we are craving for more of them.

Well, thank you WordPress for the annual report. I will try to start reading and writing more in 2013 as in order to keep myself sane in the midst of this (currently) chaotic life of mine.

Happy New Year for us, mortals!

Really (and I mean, really, really) looking forward to more health, love, wealth, happiness, success, safety, prosperity and all the great things life might offer to us and our family in 2013. May God bless us always.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 10,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 17 years to get that many views.

Click here to see the complete report.

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