My family and I are taking a vacation during the holidays and I will be away from a computer and the internet most of this time. I have pre-published a few posts and they will show up at different times. Christina will continue with the usual Monday posts so be sure and check in on those.
I will not be answering emails, but want to encourage you to continue to send in your stories and photographs like you usually do. I will also not be posting on the Facebook fan page or Google+ during this time. Please, feel free to dig back through the archives for inspiration and visit some of the other tiny house blogs during this brief vacation.
I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I will return on January 5th and will get back into the normal routine shortly there after.
Happy New Year and a warm welcome to 2012 from the Tiny House Blog.
I wanted to thank you for continuing to support and visit the Tiny House Blog in the year 2011. The blog continues to grow steadily and it is because of you sharing your stories and ideas with us that it continues to be a popular destination on the internet.
Here are some stats from 2011.
- Almost 10 million pageviews (9,568,072)
- Almost 2 million visitors (1,874,141) We have an average of 10,000 visitors a day.
- Just shy of 23,000 facebook fans
10 Most Popular Posts for 2011
- Ten Tips for Decorating a Tiny Apartment
- The E.D.G.E
- The TB Trailer
- Simon’s House
- How to Arrange a Teeny Tiny Apartment
- Diana’s Innermost House
- Little Cob Cabin
- Small Cabin Plans
- Build a Small Log Cabin
- How To Start Living in a Tiny House
Looking ahead to 2012
There are a couple of neat new books coming out real soon. Lloyd Kahn’s new book called Tiny Homes Simple Shelter and Deek’s new Humble Homes Simple Shacks book. I will be reviewing both real soon. My goal is to continue to bring great content, so please keep sending me your stories and ideas. I also want to clean up and streamline the blog so it is easier to get around and loads faster. There are now over 1,400 posts from the past four and a half years and I want them to be easier to find.
Thank you again and Happy New Year!