Archives For year in review

For those who received an automatic notice that I published a post that is password-protected, I did in fact do that. But I only meant for that notice to reach one person since I’m writing as a guest for her company’s blog. SO HIGH FIVE TO ME for not knowing what on earth I’m doing! My apologies. You’ll see the actual post soon…once approved…no super secret password required.

Until then, I thought you’d enjoy hearing about my year’s highlights. I feel as if I’m on the cusp of all the “A Look Back on 2014” montages since I’m tossing mine out there before Christmas. Hopefully you haven’t yet entered the eye-rolling, heavy sighing phase and will enjoy this little trip down memory lane.

Special thanks to Pat and JT from Q98.5 FM for continuing to let me hang out with them every Tuesday and Thursday morning. I also want to thank Shannon over at MaybeYouCanRelate for helping me narrow down my Top 10 Moments.

(If you don’t LIKE the word LIKE, you may just want to close your browser now. I can’t control it. I’ve like tried.)

Written by Heidi Woodard

Maternalmedia 2012 in review

December 31, 2012

Those who have been riding the WordPress wave longer than I have are probably accustomed to seeing their year-end report. For me, it’s my first time seeing my complete report. I couldn’t be more thrilled to see the actual stats (Wait? Who am I? I hate stats! I can’t believe I just uttered that phrase.)

From the launch of this site on February 19, to announcing my career change on June 18, to sharing my voice with you on October 4, to hitting my highest visitor count on December 14, it’s been a wild and memorable ride.

My biggest fear in starting this blog was that no one would care about it except for me. But since I love to write for the sake of writing, I didn’t allow that fear to hold me back. How does the saying go? You get out of any challenge what you put into it. And boy have I gotten a lot out of this blog…arguably more than I’ve put into it.

So thank you to everyone who has come along for the ride. I’ve felt like I have completed the first ascent on the roller coaster (click, click, click-click-click-click) and am both nervous and excited for the dips, climbs, and loops awaiting me…and you.

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