Most Popular Posts in 2016

While anticipating the new year and what 2017 offers, it’s always nice to look back on some of the good things from the previous year.

I thought it would be nice to check my blog’s most popular posts this past  year. Note that some are older posts which have been searched for and read by a new visitor to the blog in 2016. Most gratifying is the activity the blog received without too much action at my end.

The list below shares the most popular posts:

How to Use Mind Mapping in Writing Memoir

Choosing the Title for Your Memoir

Turbulent and Emotional Times (Part I)

Turbulent and Emotional Times (Part II)

Social Media Assessment: What I Learned

Let’s Admit It: Our Words and Actions Impact Others

Perhaps you see a favorite of yours here, or maybe you have a favorite that didn’t make the list. Let the rest of us know in the comments below.

WISHING EACH OF YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS 2017!

11 thoughts on “Most Popular Posts in 2016

    1. And Happy New Year to you, Joan! Thanks for your continued prayers, but my mindset is a positive one. I told Bob just yesterday I’m determined to get back to the physical status I was in on Jan. 23, 2016, the day before I fell. And I have hopes and dreams for this year I will complete only if I rise above the pain and push on through. Thanks for your support and encouragement.

  1. I just read the “searching for a title,” blog post which is where I am right now. Perhaps I should ask my readers as you suggest. I ad-Meyer that you have designed your own website. I am not that clever, so I am paying someone big bucks to do it for me. It’s progress though and part of my game plan for 2017.
    All the best in the year ahead, Sherrey.

    1. Marian, I so enjoyed your “ad-Meyer!” Bob got a giggle from that too. I think titling our books is one of the hardest steps in completing our work. The website is based on a WordPress theme and it’s pretty much a do this, now do that installation. Thanks for your comment about the site.
      Due to a death in our family this past summer, we may be making a road trip which will include Florida. I’ll let you know as it would be great to meet you and see Cliff again.
      Wishing you and Cliff a wonderful year in 2017.

      1. Yes, do let us know if/when you come to Florida. We have a guest room available.

  2. Your most popular blog posts demonstrate that you are generous with what you learn and that you have a community of friends online and offline who are supporting you in the healing/writing process. All best in 2017! To your good health!

    1. As always, Shirley, you leave such gracious words in your comments. Looking forward to a more productive year in 2017. Wishing you and Stuart a healthy, happy, and love-filled new year.

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