Blogging Your Way To A Healthier Life
It seems like everyone has a blog these days. They aren’t just for teenagers or people that need to have an outlet for their crazy life stories. Businesses have them and so do the general public. It’s really what you do with your blog that makes a difference.
Why not use your blogging experience as a way to live a healthier life? Here are some ways to use your blog in order to help yourself be healthier, and help others while you are at it.
Use It To Track Your Diet And Exercise
Blogs are a great way to keep track of all of the great things in your life. It’s kind of like an online diary that you can either keep private or share with your friends (and strangers). Use your blog to mark great moments, like that time you lost 3 pounds in one week. You can also use it to track your meals and your exercise.
If you’re brave enough, you can post your weekly weigh in. You can also use it to track your daily calories. Keeping a food diary is a great way to realize where you are making mistakes in your diet and may help you find out why you’re struggling at that last few pounds.
This is also a great way to keep yourself accountable when it comes to weight loss, or just getting healthier. If you have followers and you miss a day they just might let you know. You may also find it’s a good way to get some tips from other people as well.
Plan A Routine
Using your blog to build your workout routine can also be a great way to figure out what is working and what isn’t. You may share some workout plans that help someone else out, and you may get some tips from others on some that might work for your target areas.
By having your routine typed up and right online for easy access you may also notice patterns, and you may more easily be able to find when you are focusing too much on one part of your body and not enough on another.
Share Your Recipes
How you can really make your healthy blog interesting to other people is to share some of the healthy recipes and tips you find as you work towards getting healthy. People love recipes. You might want to point out foods that you eat after a workout that help keep your energy up or maybe the great dessert recipe you came up with that is really low cal.
You can also share information that you find on different healthy ingredients. If you find some information on Omega 3 fatty acids that you want to be able to look back on your blog is a great place to keep that info, and you can add a list of your favorite foods that contain whatever ingredient interests you.
By blogging all of these things you now have easy access to all of the stuff you’re doing to live a healthy lifestyle, and you just might help someone else too!