~~ My computer is back! ~~
It’s good to take a minute and look back over the year.
My goals for this blog were to write about life in Israel and make a practice of showing up to the page. I can count this year as a success for both those goals. I wrote fewer words overall than in years past and fewer blog posts, but I hope that means my writing is becoming sharper and more concise (probably not always…).
People visited my page from 54 countries!
Leaving aside the United States (#1) and Israel (#2), the top 10 countries were:
Surprises further down the list:
Six people from United Arab Emirates visited.
Four people from Pakistan stopped by.
One person each came from Bangladesh, Gibraltar, and Fiji.
Overall, I had more visitors this year than in years past and I had the most visitors in September.
I’m hesitant to write resolutions for 2019 for this blog, but my hopes are to write about different things (life in Israel will still be the main topic), try some experimental posts (I’m not sure about this yet), and write more reviews of things I’m listening to, reading, and watching (I’ve had a lot of fun with those posts this year).
I know. Hopes won’t get you anywhere unless you have a plan. I’m working on it.