Looking back on 2016

At the end of the year I like to make a general overview of the blogging year. You know the classics: most read posts, my favourite posts I wrote and my favourite bloggers/posts from others.

2016 marks my 6th year of blogging, I really hope you’re not growing tired of me, I try not to be very annoying with stupid click bait tittles and preachy content. Biggest change this year is that I finally got a proper camera, Olympus Pen E-PL 7, so I’m not using just my smartphone anymore. In the next year I would love to upgrade it with a 45 mm lens if I decide to afford it (why does it have to be so expensive? Is it even worth it?) and my photography set up needs a spruce up as well. 

Let’s start with six most read posts in this year. Images are links to the posts. By the way, if you’re interested in last year’s version it’s here.

MOST READ POSTS IN 2016

MY FAVOURITE POSTS

POSTS I ENJOYED IN 2016

Again I’m sharing other people’s work that I admired. When I like a post, I either pin it, save it on Bloglovin’ or just remember it and at the end of the year I pick those that were my absolute favourites. They are mostly wishlist inducing – don’t say I didn’t warn you.

This is my last post this year, so I want to wish you a happy new year and thank you for every comment, subscription, save on Bloglovin’, pin on Pinterest, like on Facebook, Instagram and just for reading my posts. Let 2017 be the bringer of positive changes we need.

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