Tag: blogging

Renovating Blogging

Last week one of my favorite bloggers, V in the NW, wrote a post in response to The Bloggess, who wrote a post in response to Asha Dornfest, in which there was a call to return to blogging. This was my favorite part of Asha’s post, and what I’ve longed for, for a while now: I’m talking old-school blogrolls and…

Help me help you by telling me what to write.

My body and my brain are confused. With 4th of July being smack dab in the middle of the week, it creates a weird flow to the days. Tuesday felt like Friday, and today feels like a Monday, but it’s actually Thursday. When I had the day off yesterday, my body/brain felt like it was Saturday and couldn’t understand why…

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a blog

I’ve been re-reading some of my old posts and it hit me today, just how far I have come. I’ve been writing this blog for almost two years now, and wow – my thinking has shifted more than I realized. I originally started this blog for accountability and for a place to just get stuff out of my head; little…

Old Mother Hupboard

Before I get started with today’s post, can I just take a moment to give a big shout out to coffee?  I love coffee and it loves me.  We’re thinking of taking our relationship to the next level  – freshly ground from the whole bean.  J’adore le cafe.  Anyway, today I am blogging from home ( I took a vacation day…

Can’t even think of a title for this post

Go on over to MizFit (if you haven’t already) and read her post today.  Excellent post about gratitude – she’s gotten a bazillion comments already and it’s just 2:00 (CST).  Oh, and she’s got a cool giveaway to go with it.   Here’s a few things I’m grateful for: my husband, who is the love of my life; my kids;…

September 6, 2007

Once upon a time there was a fat mom who was tired of being fat.  She searched the internet for solutions to her fatness, and she stumbled upon something called a BLOG.  As she clicked around, she found more and more of these weight loss BLOGS.  She was attracted by the honesty and humanness of these writings.  “You mean there…