And so another year has gone. I can hardly believe how far my blog has gone in this year. I’ve learned so many things and I’ve met so many fantastic people. Real life might have been tough, but the blogosphere has given me a lot.
Last year at this time I had just moved to a self-hosted blog and I barely knew what I was doing. It felt quite lonely back then, now that I think about it, but I read that perseverance is the n. 1 weapon of any blogger, so I persevered. And luckily I did.
In April I took part to the AtoZChallenge, which, in addition to being a blast of an experience, allowed me to meet so many of you. I was anticipating the AtoZChallenge to be a nice experience, but I didn’t expect to gain from it all the good things I did.
The challenge also taught me that I shouldn’t be afraid of sharing what (little) I know, that’s how some of the most popular blog posts had been born. I love writing about the Twenties (guess what!) and I now love sharing what I know with all of you.
Sharing, discussing, confronting is the best part of blogging. I know I have still a long way to go, and I can’t wait to move on along it.
I have good travel companions, you know. I’m so grateful for every single person I’ve met on my journey as a writer and a blogger… and a person. You are truly what makes all of this worthwhile.
I anticipate 2016 to be another exciting year. I have plans about it.
So I want to close this year with a special gift. This is the voice of our Earth as the NASA recorded it from space. The voice of our beautiful mother.