2012 in review

So this is my ‘End of 2012’ post. Four months on this blog and I like to think that I’ve learnt a lot. I’ve managed to rack up 10000 views, a small but loyal following and even more importantly several friends. It’s been so freeing to post and express myself on this little blog, and I just have to thank God and my lucky stars that I took the leap and started it. WordPress is a great site, and I really have to thank the WordPress team for finding my one post all the way back in August and helping me meet other great bloggers like yourself (yep, I’m talking to you. 😉 ) Thank you people. Here’s to a great 2013, no more Mayan prophecies and success in our never-to-be-completed New Years’ Resolutions. Happy New Year or Xin Nian Kuai Le!


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 10,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 17 years to get that many views.

Click here to see the complete report.


13 thoughts on “2012 in review

    1. dlaiden Post author

      I know right? I feel like some sort-of blogging superstar. 😛 I just love how they break down everything, though I admit my absolute favourite bit was the fireworks. 😉 Have a Happy New Year too, you and your whole family!

    1. dlaiden Post author

      Haha, thank you! It feels weird, like I’ve been blogging for a lot longer. I’m definitely looking forward to reading more from you! Your opinions are always great to read. Happy New Year, and also here’s hoping you get into or (if the US college/university system is like the one over here) have already been offered a place at the college you want to get into! The reality is slowly dawning on me that I’ll be applying myself over here this very year. ^_^

    1. dlaiden Post author

      That’s German, no (guessing based on Gesundes which I’m assuming is related to Gesundheit?) And wow, three different ways? As many words as we have in the English language I’m beginning to think our greetings are rather boring. We’ve only got one term for everything. >.< Happy New Year!

      1. NicoLite Великий

        Yes, it’s German. I suppose you could also wish someone a blessed new year, though it’s not very customary; wishing someone a healthy new year just sounds weird in English. German has to have some advantages over English 😉


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