2015 was definitely a good year for the blog, personally? Not so much. I’m just grateful to be alive and thankful for family and friends. And you guys, of course! I noticed the DIY posts got more love than others even though they were written last year, more DIY posts next year maybe?
Top 5 Posts
- DIY: Marley Faux Locs
- Naturals In The City 10 (Photos)
- DIY: Crochet Extensions With Kinky Hair
- Val Project 2015
- The Thing About Bob Braids/Locs
If you missed any of the above posts, just click on them and you would be redirected to the pages. 2015 milestones include;
- Total number of views for 2015 tripled thatof 2014 (Whaaaaaat?!!)
- There were more commenters on the blog than last year.
- Had the first giveaway posts.
P.S: I’m planning a huge one for my birthday next year since I never celebrate, might as well celebrate with my readers, subscribe to the blog via email for more details on that.
- Started managing The Natural Hair Blog Directory Instagram page. (You should list your blog if you haven’t!)
- Attended my first Naturals In The City Event
- Attended my first Bloggers Brunch hosted by Dee Mako
- Collaborated with my friend-cum-designer on his debut collection Daltimore Collection Debuts Urbanity
- I attended Lagos Fashion Design Week courtesy of Dark and Lovely.
- I got featured on African Naturalistas Research and Stick To Whatever Works For You: Mane Matters With Alexandria. I think of myself as a private person so this was a huge deal for me.
I would like to appreciate you guys for the views, comments, shares and likes. Although this blog is nowhere near what I want it to be, it has definitely exceeded my expectations with your help.
I am most grateful to Sandra of NaijaGirlNextDoor and the forever anonymous girl at NaijaSingleGirl; they were part of the top commenters and their sites referred lots of readers to mine. Also thankful to Jen of NigerianAndNatural and Nafisah of Coily Head of Hair for being among the top commenters.
Wishing you all a prosperous and happiness filled new year ahead. Don’t forget to subscribe and tell your friends and families about the blog.
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