Day 3625: Posts

On January 1, 2013, I wrote my first post for this blog. My goal then was to post once a day for a year. After I wrote all those posts, I changed the name of the blog from The Year of Living Non-Judgmentally by adding an (s) to “Year”, and I’ve been sharing daily posts ever since.

In 2016, my then-boyfriend/now-husband Michael wrote two posts for me while I was recovering from open-heart valve replacement surgery. Otherwise, I’ve written all the 3K+ posts I’ve shared here.

When I first started writing these posts, I never dreamed that I would still be writing daily posts 10 years later.

I also post on Twitter daily. For many years, my only posts on Twitter were links to this blog, which happened automatically every time I published a blog post here. Within the last year or so, I’ve practiced the habit of sharing at least two posts a day on Twitter, most of them questions.

This past weekend I started posting on Post News, often referred to as just “Post.”

Here are my first and second posts on Post.

Note that (1) Post automatically grabbed the profile photo I use here to post and (2) Joan looks great in all my posts.

My first blog posts here didn’t include any photos or other images, but today’s post most definitely will.

I’m so grateful that I’m still here to share my 3625th post with you on National Cookie/National Sock Day.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “posts.”

Serendipitously, several of the posts in that video relate to today’s post.

Thanks to all who read my posts, including YOU!

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10 thoughts on “Day 3625: Posts

  1. I have most certainly appreciated the certain decade-long evolution of your blog, Ann.
    And isn’t National Sock Day made for you?!

  2. and so happy to be here to read your posts.

  3. I’ve always found the use of the word “posts” to describe things shared online to be very interesting. I’ve always thought of a fence which seems negative, but, now that I think about it, it’s more closely related to guideposts, pointing to interesting and shared ideas.

  4. Congratulations

  5. I haven’t heard of post news. Is it similar to Twitter? Are you worried that Twitter is collapsing?

    Joan does look good in every picture.

    I remember those posts by Michael very well and also your post about your wedding, and also remember many of the photos of meals that he cooked for you.

    Thank you for almost 10 years of wonderful blog posts. I usually start my day by reading them, or else I catch up before I go to bed

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