A Year in Review: Catie Bee Blog

A year ago, I started blogging.

And I had no idea how much joy it would bring me. 

For the past year, I’ve used blogging as an exciting way to connect with others around the world and provide insight on a variety of topics. Whether I’m writing about Disney audition tips, wedding decor ideas, or just the emotional highs and lows of being a young adult – I hope to make someone’s day a little brighter with a buzz thought.

This year, catiebee.com has had readers from 54 countries. Isn’t it amazing how writing can take us to so many places?  That’s my favorite part about blogging. Even though I’ll never get a chance to visit most of those countries, I still feel as though a little piece of me is out there in all sorts of neat places – thanks to readers and fellow bloggers.


I’ve learned a lot about designing, editing, and marketing this past year through blogging. It’s been exciting to share and promote my artwork on my blog. I’ve come a long way from not knowing the difference between a page and a post, but there is still so much I’d like to learn.

I have a few blogging goals for next year – the most important one is being more transparent in my work.

I’ve recently been drawn to blogs where writers express their feelings/soul so effortlessly. In our harsh, critical world consumed with perfect resumes and flawless first impressions, I deeply admire those who can show who they truly are without fear or borders.

In short: I want to use this blog as a safe place to journal – to go deeper than I have before. 

Thank you to anyone who has read a buzz thought. Here’s to another fun year of sharing stories with you.

❤ catie bee

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