As I posted yesterday, I noticed it was my 100th post with this blog. Subsequently, this is the 101st 🙂 If I only had thought of it, I could have imported last year’s blog here before I started. Can’t do it now, because then all of your inboxes would be overloaded with email.
Just for fun, I took a look at the statistics: 100 posts, 2,022 comments, 59 blog followers and 6,919 page views.
Today, we have pouring rain so we stayed indoors all day. Ground beef was on sale yesterday — I bought a fairly big batch, and today I made meat balls … «Swedish Meatballs»! Well … at least they were made by a Swedish person. The older you get, the longer you keep on making the same dish, the more ‘personal’ it gets — I can no longer put onion in them, as that doesn’t agree with me very well.
Cream sauce, boiled potatoes and lingonberries … it doesn’t get much more Swedish than that!
Apart from all the kitchen activities, I’ve also cleaned up my list of tags here in this blog. Noticed I had close to four hundred tags on these hundred posts! I honestly don’t know if it’s a good thing to be really specific when you tag your posts, or use more generic.
I read an article here in WordPress about tagging more effectively, and they seem to suggest that five to ten tags per post is sufficient.
Do you think of that when you tag your posts?