Thursday, January 5, 2012

106. Top 10 Of 2011

Soooo something a lot of bloggers are doing this time of year is a "Top 10" list of their most popular posts from 2011.

Peeeeer pressure!

Now, I feel a leeeeettle bit silly doing a "Top 10" list...but I'll get over it... because upon reflection I think it's actually very useful.

A. For those of you that don't subscribe by email or check the site every day, you may have missed out on some of the best posts! But who has time to go back and read them all? No one. So this narrows it down a bit, if you joined us late-in-the game and would like to "catch-up" a bit.
B. If you DO subscribe by email, you can let this post sit in your inbox for a bit...and next time you're waiting in line or for the train or for a friend to meet you for can pull out your smart phone and click on one of the links below and Acceptance Project will keep you company for a bit.
C. You can get an idea of what posts other people are interested in, have re-posted most often and/or shared with their friends. Fun!

It may be trite, but people love a "Top 10."

So, here ya go! According to the stats, these are the ACCEPTANCE PROJECT TOP 10 MOST POPULAR POSTS OF 2011...

10. Recap - Year 1/Year 2 Yale Auditions
9. So Much Good Stuff
8. A Non-Linear Path To Doritos
7. Five Daily Practices That Lead To Happiness
6. "New Thoughts For Actors" or "Jack Plotnick is my HERO"
5. Commensurate Reciprocity
4. Quote of the Day/Year/Lifetime
3. Feedback Request: Headshots
2. Don't Let The Perfect Be The Enemy Of The Good

Drum rollllllllll

1. My Ideal Body
(Just added an awesome pic from Dylan Patrick Photography to this post too...Check it out!)

Any favorite posts that you are surprised didn't make the list? Other ones that you especially enjoyed or found helpful? Leave it in the comments. I'd be over-the-moon to know about it!

My favorite, you ask? Click HERE.

Oh, and, by the way, THANKS FOR READING!!!! This blog would be like a tree falling in the forest with no one around to hear...if it wasn't for you.


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