I was trying to find a way to figure out what posts I’ve done that have gotten the most likes, because after comments and shares, likes are a great way to hear from you that I’m on a track that resonates with you.
Given that yesterday, I posted my 300th post, the idea of viewing all of them to figure it out overwhelmed me, a little.
But I found a way to find posts you’d given ratings to, and where they don’t repeat others I’ve celebrated in this retrospective, I thought I’d link to some top-rated ones:
- Online Dating: A Return, in which I talk about how to make the best of an opportunity to meet someone new
- Not Such Good Signs on an Online Date a companion to the first, in which I outline my rules of thumb for when to stop worrying about making the best of things
- This Is What We Do, a celebration of a moment I’ve seen play out over and over, in my family
- Playing Down Joy, a life lesson that stands out to me
- Shawarma of Memories, a favorite dish, a not-so-favorite recollection
- In Service, a celebration of giving back, a value that means a lot to me
I know, as a blog reader, I like certain posts much more often than I rate them. But something that really moves me, I’ll rate. How do you differentiate between a “like” and a “rating,” in your blog travels?