Tag | Celebrating the Little Things

Happy Thanksgiving to my US followers! Although I’m not in America, and do not celebrate Thanksgiving (I’m a Brit, sorry), it’s still quite a relevant time to post a tag that is so celebratory and all about being thankful- so it’s very convenient that Stephanie from Adventures of a Bibliophile tagged me in this ‘Celebrating the Little Things’ tag today!

Who was your very first follower (if you can find out)? Tag them and give them a shout out!

According to my stats, my very first follower on this incarnation of The Terror of Knowing was… drumroll please – Liz from Travel In Retrospect aka Liz, my friend who I met at university and share a house with now. She’s been a loyal follower of my blog, thanks friend! ;)

What was the last milestone you reached?

I don’t really tend to count milestones (mostly because I haven’t reached one that most of the blogging community would find especially significant), however, I am at 197 followers, which is pretty close to a milestone I guess! I also reached 200 published posts in September (with this Pastry Book Tag) which was pretty nice.

What was the very first post you posted on your blog? Share it with us!

The very first post I posted (and is still available) is called A defence of my degree subject. I was in my first term of my first year of undergraduate studies and I was apparently feeling a little bit defensive of being an Arts student – apparently we’re all doing “pointless” degrees that don’t amount to anything. I’d say I still stand by what I said there, even if I am a little more cynical of the value the outside world actually assigns to Arts degrees having had experience of job hunting post-graduation.

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