Do you remember a few months ago when I celebrated my first year blogoversary? Well... I was two months premature... Oops! My first year blogoversary is actually today. And before you ask, yes I'm 100% sure this time.
To celebrate it I thought I would do the 7 Links meme that I've always wanted to do. Plus there is no better time to review your own posts than on your Blogoversary, right?
My Most Beautiful Post
I think my most beautiful post is "Psych Corner: The Hazel I Can Never Be" because I feel like it's the most personal and most honest post I have ever written.
My Most Popular Post
With 5,795 pageviews, my most popular post is "Pikachu Cat" . I don't know what this says about the rest of my posts if this one is the most popular - it is just a picture of a photo-shopped kitten after all!
My Most Controversial Post
I don't really talk about that many controversial topics on Pablo's Angel but the closest I think I got was the post "Psych Corner: Who Controls Your Fate?" I lot of you guys shared your views and opinions on whether we control what happens to us in life or whether everything that happens to us is controlled by outside forces. The majority of you guys seemed to believe that we control our own fate.
My Most Helpful Post
I think the only post that can fit this is "Common Sense". In it, I basically say how people should just ignore the things that don't interest them (e.g. Justin Bieber/Twilight) instead of hating them. It's a piece of advice so it counts as being helpful.
A Post Whose Success Surprised Me
The success of all my meme posts continues to surprise me such as the "Scratch Off Challenge!" as to me, they are filler posts. Something for me to do when I have nothing else planned for that day. I call them successful because regardless of how many comments they get, people will be inspired to do them on their own blogs as well.
A Post I Feel Didn't Get The Attention It Deserved
I suppose the "Q is for Questions" post because I put a lot of effort into answering all the questions I was asked and I just felt that because of the sheer number of questions, a lot of people just skimmed over it without really reading any of it.
The Post That I Am Most Proud Of
I am actually really proud of the post "2011: A Year In Review" because I like how it's laid out plus it shows just how much I achieved in a single year. The good and the bad. I just like reading it over and over again and having all those memories refreshed.