It is with mixed feelings that I have decided to stop publishing Lists Galore.
I started Lists Galore 5 years ago as a place to celebrate my obsession with lists. Fantastic lists were all over the internet and I made it my mission to track them down and share them with my readers. There was an embarrassment of riches when it came to awesome lists.
Recently, however, low-quality lists have become more and more prevalent. I find myself sorting through way too much trash in order to find the gems. It's just not fun anymore.
I'm sure I'll still stumble across awesome lists and, when I do, I'll share them on Twitter. I may occasionally feel the need to create lists of my own, which I'll now do on Pinterest. And of course I'll still post over on my other blogs, Bored Blog Almighty and Bored Blog Too.
Lists Galore will remain online, exactly as it is, but there won't be any more new posts and in a week or so I'll close the comments.
Thank you, dear readers, for sharing my love of lists. Thank you for your attention, your comments, and your support. It's been fun.
All the best,
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March 8 is International Women's Day, a day to celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.
5 pioneering women
Five weird facts about your wife's brain
6 things everyone knows about women (that aren't true)
Seven underrated (female) TV comedy writers to watch
The seven best big-screen geek girls
8 things women are better at
8 real women who deserve their own movies
10 extremely inspirational women
Top 10 female adventurers
Top 10 female directors
Fiction's top ten most famous "nice girls"
The 10 most powerful women authors
Top 10 most powerful women of the decade
Top 10 positively portrayed female game characters
Top 10 reasons the American future is female
Top 10 things that women invented
Top 10 warrior women
Top 10 women on Broadway
11 women warriors of World War II
The 15 most badass heroines in film
Top female leaders around the world
Women at work during World War II
Previously on Lists Galore!
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