100th Post!

Wow! I can't believe I've been at this for 100 posts. I'm still shocked anyone reads this. At first I didn't have a lot of direction, but I feel like over time I have found a clearer voice for myself and my content. My first post was September 10, 2008 - just a few days shy of a year ago. I have spent this year sharing my thoughts and opinions, coveting goodies and dispensing DIY advice. But, dear readers, I know nothing about you!

In honor of my 100th post I am hosting a survey. I want to know all about the readers that visit me here at gimmeakiss*. So please tell me, and don't be shy:

What is your gender? location? age?

How did you first come to gimmeakiss*?

How often do you read gimmeakiss*? Do you come directly to the blog or do you view the content in a reader?

Do you subscribe to my RSS feed or follow me on Twitter?

What is your line of work?

Have you tried any of my recipes or DIY projects? Were they successful? Do you have any success (or failure) pictures of the projects? If so, I'd love to see them in my e-mail inbox!

Anything else I should know?

I look forward to hearing from you!


Alisonian said...

Female, Atlanta, 26. (27 this month. I'm not ready for that yet.)

I do not remember. I read a bunch of damn blogs, so it could be from anywhere.

I use Google Reader, so I read whenever you update.

I didn't know you have a Twitter, but I'm all over it!

I do customer service for a big company from my home office, and I wait tables on the weekends.


I hate mushrooms, love pork products, and am addicted to Febreze candles.

RabbitStyleNews said...

Female, Tempe AZ, 27. First time at your blog, I clicked through series of links that I'm not sure I could recreate. If I end up reading it on a regular basis I'll add it to my Google reader.

No, I haven't tried any of your projects or recipes, at least not in the 10 minutes since I first found your blog.

I work for a large financial services company. I sit in a cubicle, going through files, sending faxes, typing stuff into a computer system, and occasionally making a phone call -- the phone calls are the least enjoyable part of the job.

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