YOUR TOP FIVE
1) Haiku Day! These were fun to write, collect and read and most of you seemed to enjoy them.
2) My post about the Grand Canyon trip, with a video of me commenting on Lava Falls. Too funny.
3) My first post about my Grand Canyon trip, no video, after I returned
4) The Mother's Day post
5) The Twitter experiment, where I shared links I found on Twitter about joy, my May theme
MY TOP FIVE
1) 25 Things That Bring You Joy
2) Five Posts of Joy
4) Inspired by Visuals (something from last year's Blogathon you might enjoy)
5) Something from Haiku Day 2010 (ditto)
If you're participating in this year's WordCount Blogathon, posting lists like these offers three benefits, and the three benefits of posting lists are:
- It gives you a chance to breathe, or take a break, in between reading and commenting on other people's blogs and trying to maintain your own, especially if you're trying to share your time between hundreds of blogs as we are.
- It presents a good opportunity to remind people of your focus, especially you're theme-minded like me. Readers can get a sense of the greater purpose when they see how your blogs fit together as a group.
- You can get additional page views for a minimal amount of work.