Mohamed Houri’s Oracle Notes

December 31, 2013

2013 in review

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 8:11 am

I would like to share with you a summary of my annual blogging stuff. My 2013 blogging activity was more accurate than it was the last year. I have published 33 new posts growing the total archive to 96 posts (97 including the current post). Friends who are working close to me know that I promised them to reach 100 posts by the end of 2013. Unfortunately, I will not achieve this goal. I would have been, nevertheless, able to achieve it as far as I still have a couple of drafts almost ready to publish. But, being one of the active writing style adept, it always takes me time before publishing even a simple article: I need to test, re-test, read and re-read before approving the post.

For this coming new year I want to fix a new challenge: publish 100 posts.

Will it be possible? Wait and see.

Click here to see the complete report.

Best wishes

1 Comment »

  1. […] have wished in my 2013 annual blogging review to publish 100 blog articles in 2014. Instead of those hoped 100 posts, there have been only 36 […]

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