The Best of 2016

I can’t believe that 2016 is almost over. There are only two more days after this, and then we’ll be starting a whole new year. While I’m more than glad to have this year behind me, I wanted to take some time to look at the best of 2016 on the blog. I did this last year, too. Each month, I pulled analytics to find the most popular post plus my favorite post.
The Best of 2016
So, without further ado, here’s the best of Ginger & Co. in 2016.


Popular Post: 6 Apps for the New Year
Laura’s Favorite: Word of the Year


Popular Post: How One Tool Gave Me Pinterest Back
Laura’s Favorite: The New Grad’s Guide to 10 Second Pitches


Popular Post/Laura’s Favorite: Creating Systems for Your Writer Life


Popular Post: Preparing for the Upcoming Week
Laura’s Favorite: The New Grad’s Guide to Social Media and the Job Search


Popular Post: Picking a WordPress Theme
Laura’s Favorite: Is Strong the New Cliche?


Popular Post: Keeping Up with Long Distance Friendships
Laura’s Favorite: The New Grad’s Guide to Mock Interviews


Popular Post/Laura’s Favorite: 10 Websites & Apps to Find An Apartment


Popular Post: Life with a Pen Name
Laura’s Favorite: The New Grad’s Guide to Linkedin
Honorable Mention: Double Played


Popular Post: The Little Details Can Make or Break You
Laura’s Favorite: Mistakes of an Indie Author


Popular Post: Why a Writing Blog and an Author Site are Different
Laura’s Favorite: How to Create a Blog Planner


Popular Post: The Book Birthday
Laura’s Favorite: 23


Popular Post: Now that NanoWriMo is Over
Laura’s Favorite: How to Make the Most of Your Money
Twelve months sure go by fast when you look at all the content I’ve made. Some of these months were hard to pick favorites, I’ll say! In a few weeks, Ginger & Co. will turn three. I had my old blog for three and a half years before I abandoned ship and started all over. I don’t think that’ll happen this time, because I’m really proud of the journey I’ve made on this blog. I hope that you’ve learned something from all these posts, this year, and years past.
Happy New Year, and I’ll see you in 2017!

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