Happy Friday, friends! Hope you’re enjoying your day. It’s been one year to the day that I started this blog, and I’m stopping in with a short post to say THANK YOU for following along over the last year.
A year ago today, I hit publish on my first post (this one; I still make the recipe, but the post is…cringe), had a mini panic attack (It’s on the internet! People can see it!), and wondered if I’d spent time setting up the blog only to end up hating it.
Well, it’s been a year, and I can tell you I don’t hate it and that’s because of YOU. While still in the wondering if I should start a blog phase, I put it off over and over again because I was afraid I wouldn’t have anything new to say.
And, surprise surprise, I don’t have anything new to say. But a lesson I’ve learned is that just because you have nothing new to say doesn’t mean you shouldn’t say it.
Even in just a year, my vision for the blog has changed. A lot. When I first started it, I thought I’d publish recipes and workouts. Maybe a piece on intuitive eating or eating disorder recovery here and there. Obviously, that’s changed, both out of necessity (college is wonderful, but not really conducive to recipe development) and because recipes and workouts aren’t where I want my focus to be. I expect the blog will look mostly the same over the next few years: mostly lifestyle and what I ate posts, along with thoughts on intuitive eating, eating disorder recovery, intuitive movement, life in general, etc. I’ll probably stick to a post a week during the school year, and two posts per week during the summer. That seems to be what I can do comfortably.
And I want to know: what kind of posts would you like to see on the blog? One of my goals is to write more “deep” posts. I keep a running list of topics, but I’d be grateful for any and all of your ideas.
Again, thank you for following along! You’re the best!