2015 in Review

Dear reader,

Thank you for your support in 2015. Every click, comment, and like you provided on this site made my day and motivated me to keep researching, photographing, and blogging. When I started this blog back in May, I didn’t think I would have kept it up this long or received this much readership; I definitely could not have anticipated that making this blog would be one of my highlights of this past year.

2015 was the year I turned 21 and began my senior year of college. I traveled to Maui, San Diego, North Carolina, Yosemite National Park, New York, Florida, and Santa Barbara. I read 32 books, started my college honors thesis, and wrote about two dozen entries for this blog. Every city I visited, every coffee date I had with a friend, or book I checked out of the library, I thought of this blog. My iPhone camera roll is full of an amalgam of photos of bus ads and restaurant menus and sunsets, all because they somehow reminded me of my responsibility on this earth to live a sustainable life. Thanks to WordPress.com, here are some stats on how this blog did this year (a 2015 annual report), and here’s hoping we shatter these stats in 2016!


Rissponsible Living ©

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,500 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 25 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

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