Inspired by Stephany!
My favourite post was Can we all realistically expect to to love our jobs?
My most popular post was Sometimes we push people away when we need them the most.
A post whose success surprised me was Food delivered to your door – what’s not to like?
A post I feel didn’t get the attention it deserved was Seven things travelling has taught me.
The post I was most scared to push publish on was Bullshit-free bride: on marriage and name changing
The post I am most proud of was After the wedding, some thoughts.
Apparently some of my best posts are also my most vulnerable. Perhaps that’s not all that surprising. Hard as they are to write, they’re also the most rewarding, which makes them some of my favourites.
I always get a kick out of reading over stuff I’ve written once a little time has passed in between. Sometimes I surprise myself and wonder if I can possibly do any better (which isn’t really as arrogant as it sounds, I promise – it’s more a function of impostor syndrome than overconfidence). But as Ashley points out, the beauty of blogging is that you have a record of everything – so don’t forget to look back on it once in awhile.