There are two posts I’m working on that might be the best two posts I’ve ever worked on. I was hoping to have them done by now (one last week and one this week), but they’re taking longer than I had planned.
I also got to thinking the other day that I’ve written a lot of posts for other communities that I’ve never shared here. I started to feel like I’ve been baking cookies for the neighbors while neglecting my own family!
So today, I want to make that right. I’ve talked about having the right attitude, cooking supplies, and a few cooking tips and recipes here and there. I’ve been proud of the stuff I’ve written on other blogs, and I sometimes was sad that I couldn’t put that on this blog.
I hope you enjoy these guest posts. I also hope you check out these blogs apart from my guest posts. There are a lot of resources out there, and each one is different.
In April I posted on Get Fit Slowly an article about being weird. It shouldn’t matter what other people think of your fitness decisions, even though sometimes it does (if we’re honest with ourselves). The good news is if you do feel weird, you’re not alone. And you should be proud.
Article: Be Weird
There’s a good chance you’ve heard of Luke and Kat from FourHourBodyCouple. They were gracious enough to host a guest post of mine where I essentially promised guaranteed success on the slow-carb diet.
I’ve talked about automation here too, and this was the post that started that all.
Cheat Day Cheat Sheet
Pareto nutrition is most known for their PAGG stack, but they also have a blog. A while back I wrote essentially a summary of my cheat day posts, but I almost prefer this guest post to the whole 3-day series I did before.
Article: Cheat Day Cheat Sheet
Slow Carb Foodie Posts
You may or may not know that I’m also contributing to SlowCarb Foodie these days. For several of the posts, I’ve wondered why I never thought of them for this blog! So I’d love for you to check out these “guest” posts as well, and if you’ve never hung out much at SCF, please do! Laura’s got a ton of recipes up there.
A question for you
When I started this blog in December 2010, I started it for me. But I found out really quickly that if I wrote for me, I wouldn’t keep writing very long. What keeps me going is being able to write for you. So I have a question for you, and I’d love to know your thoughts.
Being helpful to you motivates me to keep finding my own fitness, so I want to keep doing it. And I want to make sure I’m actually writing helpful content. So please take a second to answer the following question, either in the comments or via email. I want this to be the best blog you read!