As evidenced from the lack of posts, I am practicing some radical self-care in these 2 last weeks of the year. While it hasn’t all been happy playtime, I am trying to spend significantly less amount of time plugged in, and significantly more amount of time goofing off with my kid and my spouse. So this will be my last post of the year. Thought you might be interested in what it looked like here at FHO in 2013. And after the jump, a little sneak peak at what next week (and the new year) brings:
FHO had more than 10,000 unique visitors in 2013, which for our little niche site is really something. Almost a thousand of you are regular subscribers, and that makes me quite happy The majority of visitors came from:
(but we had visitors from 108 different countries this year.)
The number one most read post of the year? The clinical guide for court testimony (followed by the clinical guide for toluidine blue dye and the guide for using ALS as a potential tool for identifying bruises). If you’re wondering, this was the most popular read of the non-clinical guide variety posted this year.
So what’s coming up in 2014? More long-reads; updated clinical guides (let’s face it–a few of those are really old); a new project or two with which I am still tinkering; and on January 6th, FHO’s 5th anniversary. Come back next week for more info on how we’re celebrating that milestone, plus we’ll be resuming regular posts as everyone shakes off the holidays and gets back to work. In the meantime, here’s hoping you had a fantastic 2013, and a virtual toast to peace, health and happiness in the new year.
See you Monday.