Happy Hogmanay my fellow lairds, ladies and loiterers. I hope yours was spent the way you wanted, with people you like, and a bevvy taken to your taste. How did I spend mine, you ask?
I broke a mirror while trying to hide from someone, trapped a nerve in my neck, and stubbed the same toe 4 times. I think I can safely bet that your year is off to a much better start. Now for the thank yous.
Thaaaaaaaank you. Fellow readers and occasional visitors, you have helped me reach a vague target I set last year. The view count*, however, just happens to be something I noticed and felt like sharing. (Just me who thought it was interesting? Ok). I am no numbers nut, but to say I’m humbled would be an understatement.
Now, resolutions are not my bag – if I held myself to account any more than I already do, I imagine my personality would splinter, and spend the rest of its existence arguing who was more transparent about eating the last Rolo.
I am, however, up for doing things.
From new things to repeats to extensions of old things, I’m game for all. I have also noticed that, despite my Summer and Autumn efforts, the longer the to-do list, the less likely I am to complete them all (time being the biggest factor). So, with all that being said…
• I’m making a concerted effort to refocus my Monday posts back to theatre, honest,
• I’m adding a second posting day, to happen bi-weekly,
• Create a blogroll of other theatrey types (more on that later, too),
• Set a new monthly viewer count,
• Double follower count**
• Double followed count** (see what I did there?).
The last four months were a little tricky to keep focus on Monday posts. Other than having to contend with a messy break up in Chez Laidig (not mine), I’m no longer part of the university machine. Now I have to be a big Laidig and work for myself. It’s just not fair! So for the old (and new) members of the Laidig clan, welcome back!
What about you? Are you a resolution fan, or are you already…um…resolved?
* For the nosey among you, 2013 saw 1073 views. 2014 saw 3095.
** WordPress followers, not twitter. Not enough clicks to convince me.