My Seven Year WordPress Anniversary!

I logged onto WordPress today to finish the blog post that I originally wanted to post today (which will not be posted tomorrow), and apparently, seven years ago today I started this blog! I started this blog when I was 23 going on 24, and now I’m 30 going on 31, and it’s crazy to see how much this blog has changed and how much I’ve changed over these seven years.

Right now this blog currently has 307 people following it. I know that isn’t a lot for being on here seven years, but I know a big of that is because I haven’t always been consistent with this blog. I do well for awhile, then I stop , then I start back up. Hopefully one day I will be able to be as consistent as I would like!

Thank you to all 307 people who follow my blog. Thank you to anyone who has ever reposted or shared one of my blogs. Thank you to anyone who ever left a like or a comment on any of my posts. Thank you to anyone who has retweeted any of my blog posts (I have my blog connected to Twitter, please follow me if you haven’t already)! And most recently, thank you to anyone who has added me on LinkedIn! I have 134 connections as of this post! If you haven’t added me yet, please do so! It was recommended I have 500 connections, so I still have a bit to go before I hit that goal! Seriously, thank you to anyone who has ever showed me even a second of support. It means a lot to me that there are people who want to read what I have to say and that I have people who are genuinely rooting for me to succeed. I appreciate each and every one of you!

So to end off this post, I am going to link below seven of my favorite posts I have written over the past seven years. I hope all of you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them!

1. The Importance of Storytelling

2. I Once Used Toilet Paper and Eyeliner to Write Down An Idea

3. I Almost Didn’t Become a Writer

4. How Reading Connects Us All Together

5. My Biggest Accomplishment to Date

6. Harry Potter Funko Pops: Picking My 5 Favorite That I Own

7. Michelle’s Recommended Reading List Part 2

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