Part of me is so TIRED of dieting. I'm tired of caring so much. I'm tired of seeing everyone else eat however much chocolate or burgers as they want. However on the other hand, I am enjoying all the little changes I see in myself. I'm noticing how much more flexibility I have, and my double chin seems to be disappearing. I'm slowly feeling my confidence grow and have even noticed an increase the number of men noticing me. (Though I have to admit as much as I wanted that attention even after getting married I find myself wishing they'd stop as it often creeps me out)
www.alltheweigh.com so we can all see your FMM questions and answers. Please invite your blog readers to add their links here too so everyone has to opportunity to be seen. The idea is to connect with other awesome bloggers so take a moment to post your own FMM post and comment on a couple of other posts. Now it’s time for this week’s topic!
Blogger to Blogger
1. Does your blog have one overwhelming theme?
My journey in losing weight, though I'm starting to see why so many are venturing out into new branches after a year or so.
2. How did you come up with the theme(s) for your blog? Was it intentional?
I wanted to record my weight loss as a way to keep me on track.
3. Share something cool that has happened in your life as a result of blogging.
I've met a few people I find myself feeling connected to stronger than even those I know in person.
4. How much time to do spend reading blogs everyday?
Probably an hour, usually in the mornings when I'm trying to wake up.
5. Do you blog on the weekends?
6. Do you keep track of your stats? Do they matter to you?
Yes, though I haven't done my measurements in a few months. They matter to me a little too much.
7. How do you decide how much to share about your personal life?
I'm a fairly open person, I always have been. In fact I'm sure I sometimes share too much (though trust me, the people who know me in real life hear a lot more.
8. Do you aspire to be a writer, or did blogging happen for some other reason?
I always wanted to be a writer as a child. I enjoy writing but I'm not so sure I have much of a talent in it.
9. As a blogger, do you think it’s more important to write for yourself, or for your readers?
My writing is usually aimed more towards myself. I hope to at one point add more things that readers will crave, but as I don't have many it doesn't seem like there's much of an urgency.
10. What kind of plans do you have for the future of your blog?
I'm not sure at this point. That's something I'm trying to figure out.
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