Blogiversary: Cultural Life turns 4!

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Four years ago today, I sat down to write my first post on Cultural Life. For the first few months, views from blog visitors trickled in and comments were a rarity, but during the last few years, my blog has attracted more and more visitors. One of my posts was even Freshly Pressed! I would love to be FPed again in the future: it gave me such a boost to continue blogging and the comments from readers were lovely.

My blog stats are still modest compared to some bloggers who get thousands of views per week and hundreds of comments on every post, but to me, blogging isn’t all aboutย statistics: it is about community. I feel a part of the WordPress community and I have ย ‘met’ so many amazing bloggers whose writing has inspired me and motivated me to keep blogging.

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When I look back at old Cultural Life blog posts and think how much I have learned and how my writing and approach to blogging has changed in the past few years, it makes me excited for the changes that will, no doubt, take place in the next four years.

To all my readers, thank you for taking the time to read, comment and leave feedback on posts. It is truly appreciated!

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10 thoughts on “Blogiversary: Cultural Life turns 4!

  1. I didn’t realize our blogiversaries were in the same month! Mine’s coming up in a few weeks and my blog will also be turning 4. Like you, I also find that the community is really what has kept me going, even in periods when the posting has lagged. Cheers to another year and thank you for your friendship! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Happy blogiversary! Yes, it’s undoubtedly the community that makes it worthwhile – and the sheer variety of blogs. So many people taking the time to write entertainingly and informatively just for the sheer enjoyment of it…

    Here’s to the next four!

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