As we finish 2011, I thought I’d share the most popular posts of the year and chat with you about 2012.
Like last year, January will be all about learning and education topics. And, last year was a dozy for me because of what I wrote in January. If you are new here, you can start with this seemingly innocent post which started an avalanche of uproar in my life, much of it I haven’t even told you about. Sigh. Because you know, advice of my lawyer and all . . .
Google analytics said these 2011 posts were quite popular traffic-wise. Did you get to read them? Which were your favorites?
Next year — do you want more or less of anything here? More activities, more book reviews? Keep it the same? What topics are you pondering and want me to write about? Anyone you’d like to see write a guest post?
I have to be honest, December’s reviews and giveaways made me never want to do a giveaway again. I wanted to give you some cool swag but unless I hear otherwise, I probably won’t be doing many giveaways in the future. It’s a ton of work with very little payoff – and I can’t decide if they are good or annoying to you. What do you think? (I’ll still do reviews of things I love and want to share though. Can’t help myself.)
In case you missed my favorite books for your 2011 nightstand, please read them and tell your friends to read them, too.
Finally, will you please leave me a comment and tell me what you think about any of this or just to say hello? Especially if you haven’t before – comment here or on Facebook. I know you’re out there reading — yes, you. Lurking at your computer. . . 🙂 Google analytics sees you . . . And Imagination Soup has over 4,000 subscribers . . .
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