A Fresh Look at Blogging

Normally, I’m a “fly by the seat of your pants” blogger.  I post when I want, what I want, and don’t really give it much more thought beyond that.  I don’t really plan.  I’m not so much a “planner” by nature on most things.  Of course, there are exceptions (as there are in all things), such as education (I had my full college courses planned from Sophomore year on)…but in most, everyday things, I don’t bother.  I like the adventure…I’m a rebel like that.

However, I’ve found myself struggling with not having a focus for my blog.  I definitely think there’s something to be said for blogging as I’ve been doing…whenever something strikes your fancy, you write about it.  But lately, not much has really struck anything, let alone anything fancy.  And while I’d like to blog more often, I’m at a loss for what to talk about!  And I’m NEVER at a loss for something to say.  So, I’m going to try to add some more structure to my blog. 

On Mondays, I’d like to do a recipe review of a vegetarian recipe that I tried the week before.  Sort of a Meatless Mondays, if you will…but since I pretty much hate alliteration, I’ll have to call it something else.  Other than that, though…again…dead end.

This is where you all come in!  What sort of reoccurring posts would you like to see from me on a weekly basis??  Leave a comment and let me know, and if I can, I’ll incorporate them into the blog.  I doubt I’ll ever be a “7 days a week” blogger…I’m honestly nowhere near that interesting.  But, if I can get 3-4 solid posts a week, I call it a win.  Let me know what you think!

K.

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