I found this blog one day when searching for nutritional information on a pizza served at a local pizza place. I realized it was someone I knew from my Alma Mater, the P.I. Reed School of Journalism and could not stop reading! If you are interested in dining in WV, this girl has the answers.
I love to look up healthy recipes, so when I stumbled on to an amazing oatmeal recipe via Shape magazine’s website, I had to find out where it came from. I clicked the link, read the first three lines of the author’s latest entry and was absolutely hooked. I started at the beginning, which for her was around 2009, and still haven’t even made it to 2010 yet.
I urge everyone to visit these blogs immediately!!
My blog is losing focus…and fast. One week I’m writing about something in the media and the next I’m posting workouts and recipes. Although I kept my title broad so I could do the same for my subjects, I’m starting to feel scattered. After discovering *two amazing blogs recently, I really started to feel disorganized. So what the heck can I do?
The title of my blog leads readers to believe I work in the PR industry, when in fact I don’t. At the time of its creation, I was switching over from Blogspot, where my blog was simply called “Living Well.” I decided to throw in the PR part to allow more of a broad subject selection and to keep my mind sharp while in undergrad. Fast forward to now, eight months after my graduation, and I find myself in a very different world, full of numbers, business models, and technical discussions. My mind stays busy and after 8 hours of work, I usually want to think about two things only: working out and food. Kinda seems like I made a big circle, huh?
So the decision I’ve reached is to drop the “in the World of PR” from my blog name and go back to writing about fitness, health and wellness. Oh, and of course food. This is where you, my very few readers, come in to play. I need help deciding what blog title would be appropriate for me now. So I’d like to select a few options and see what everyone thinks.