As my regular readers know, I don’t check the number of clicks on my posts during the year. It’s for my own sanity, really. I don’t want my creativity to be dictated by what people are clicking on.
At the end of the year, however, I make an exception and share the top ten posts of the year. I’m grateful that 2015 has been a good year for my writing. I got published at the Washington Post a couple of times, Fox News Opinion began regularly running my work, and I got the opportunity to be the interim editor for the Boundless blog (for those of you wondering where I find the time to do all of this writing, check out my post, “If You’re Wondering How I Write So Much“).
So without further ado, here are the most clicked-on posts of 2015:
- Before You Watch the Videos of the Virginia Murder
- What My Pastor Did About the Rowdy Kids at Our Church
- What if Autism Isn’t the Problem?
- The Life-changing “Drop Box”
- We Can’t Forget What We Saw Today
I hope you get a chance to check out these posts and some of the others I’ve written over the past year. Thanks to all of you who take the time to read what I write, share it on social media, and think about it after reading it. Happy new year!