2015, by the numbers

If you saw my 2013 and 2014 recaps, you’ll notice that something is missing from my 2015 by the numbers. Candy Crush. I quit…proving you can, in fact, have too much of a good thing.

However, after returning from maternity leave, I did re-introduce something I had also given up and very much missed—coffee! My long lost friend, I’m back. We’ve been reuniting to the tune of some four cups a day, and I’m proud to say it, darn it. (Pausing to take a few fantastic sips right now.) Coffee makes me happy. So does this handy little recap of my 2015:

  • responsive websites designed + developed – 31
  • total twitter followers – 554
  • blog posts written – 18
  • Articles written for HOW – 4 (take a look)
  • newsletters sent – (see them all!)
  • new newsletter subscribers – 141
  • number of babies born – 1
  • number of months on maternity leave – 3
  • conferences spoken at – 1 (WordCamp Atlanta)
  • times per day I thank my Keurig for existing in the world – at least 4
  • times per day my Keurig replies – once (somewhere around that 3rd cup when it says, “Just one more!”)
  • number of new packages created – 1 (it’s my new maintenance package)
  • simple client intake processes defined – 1 (check it out and copy it)
  • rank achieved on Google for the search term, “Atlanta WordPress Developer” – 2
  • design principles (with examples) shared – 7 (read ’em)
  • sidebars I said goodbye to – 1 (no time for sidebars in 2016!)
  • FAQ pages created – uno (see the Q&A here)
  • Times I played Mario Kart with my son – countless

Here’s to more success and more coffee for all of us!

Happy 2016.

About Jill Anderson

Hi, I’m Jill, a WordPress web designer/developer who partners with talented designers, copywriters, and agencies on their websites, and their client’s sites. I’m passionate about crafting beautiful and innovative WordPress websites focused on clear positioning and positive user experiences.

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