Blogging Trends in 2019

The end of the calendar year is a great time for reflection, as is July for us educators as it represents another transition between two years. I began this blog in July, so I often reflect on my blog’s “birthday”.  Over the last few years, I’ve also done an end-of-year wrap up in the form of a short summary.  This is what 2019 looked like on Reflections on Leadership and Learning.

My favorite blog topics this year:

My most read blog posts from this year:

The month in which I published the most posts:

  • April and October tied with 6 posts each!

The top countries where my blog readers live (outside of the US):

  • Phillipines
  • Canada
  • United Kingdom
  • Australia
  • India (new to the list this year!)

Terms people searched that helped them arrive at my blog:

  • inspirational reflections on leadership
  • elena aguilar core values
  • strengths based coaching
  • importance of the art of questioning

Blogging goals and reflections:

  • At this time last year, I mentioned that I was going to finish my book early in 2019.  I’m proud to have met that goal and to have blogged about it! #CoachADV is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
  • My other goal from last year was to blog more in 2019 than I did in 2018. I met this goal, thanks to my monthly Onward reflections and reading updates. I don’t know if there will be a monthly series on the blog next month, but the ideas always come to me when I need them!
  • I enjoyed challenging myself to capture more about the books I read, in order to continue to diversify my reading choices. In 2020, I hope to read even more diverse books.
  • I will continue to use this blog as a source of reflection. I enjoy writing and appreciate that anyone is interested to read my posts.  I look forward to another great year in 2020!

About Amy's Reflections

Director of Educational Services in Southern CA, taking time to reflect on leadership and learning
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