Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Day 16: Top 3 Most Viewed Posts This Year

Top 3 posts of the year! (Photo credit)
So, we have crossed the half way mark in this challenge! Kudos to everyone who's stuck around writing every single day. I have some amazing post ideas and need time to plan them for the next two weeks. Meanwhile, I thought I could do a blog round up for all you wonderful readers who've been dropping by to read and comment. Thank you so much!!

1. The most viewed post this year - more than 500 views - has been the one I wrote when the CBSE results came out this year. Obviously, I have argued that school results don't determine the course of one's lives and students shouldn't be pressured so much. I guess that touched a chord with people. The post was also picked up for the Spicy Saturday picks edition by BlogAdda. Here it is for your reading pleasure:

2. The next one is my account of surviving endometriosis, a condition in women that is believed to have no cure. It is a very painful condition during periods that a lot of women suffer from. I am happy that my post here and on some other sites generated awareness and I had people get in touch with me to know more about it. Please read it and spread the word. You could save someone's life from intense pain.

3. All of us have struggled with keeping up with a fitness routine. Even I've never been big on the regular exercise thing. Except when I worked out quite regularly for 2 years and it did make a difference to my life. Here are a few lessons working out regularly taught me:

Which one of these posts did you like the best? I'd love to hear your feedback on the posts. 

This post is a part of #NaBloPoMo which stands for National Blog Posting Month hosted by BlogHer.


  1. As someone who is trying to work out regularly I loved that post. Thanks for reminding me how good endorphins can feel!

  2. I liked all the three. But since I am going through a very nasty fitness journey myself, I loved your post on that. Could relate to it :)