I have to admit, that I often struggle to find things to write about here. Yes, there are so many, many things that impact one ‘s health, fitness and motivation, and trust me, I want to write about all of those things. I want to share all of that scientific knowledge I gained in my years of schooling with you, so that you can step back, ponder what I ‘ve written and find a way for that to motivate you, and help you.
On the other hand ” I want to keep my blog real ” I want to be informative without telling you Ã¢â‚¬Å“This is how it needs to be done Ã‚Â. I want to share my experiences, including my ups and downs because the journey to health never ends and occasionally resembles more of a battle than a journey. I want to write in a little more anecdotal style ” less like a magazine, because honestly, if you wanted to read a magazine article, then you would probably pick yourself up a copy of Shape magazine, right?
Today Mizfit (whom I absolutely love and adore) had a great article on her blog called Ã¢â‚¬Å“Are Bloggers Role Models? Ã‚Â. I personally think that yes, bloggers are certainly influential. Don ‘t believe me? Look at all of the PR firms and brands trying to work with bloggers ” if blogging wasn ‘t influential, then they would completely ignore us all. Does that make us role models? Of that I ‘m not really sure.
As a result of Mizfit ‘s post, I ‘ve been thinking about Fitness Cheerleader, what I write about, and what YOU get out of my blog. It ‘s also gotten me to thinking about what my goals are when writing here, and how I can accomplish those goals. I ‘m not talking about my own personal health and fitness goals either.
I want to be motivating and inspiring. I want you to read a post and think to yourself Ã¢â‚¬Å“That thing I want to accomplish, well I CAN do that Ã‚Â. One of the things I ‘ve learned in all of the touchy/feely (soft skill) courses I ‘ve had to take for my IRL job, is that in order to improve, you need to ask for feedback. So I ‘m asking you …
1. Have I motivated you?
2. Have you learned anything from me?
3. What can I do to improve?
4. Which of my posts have you liked the most?
(I know which ones bring in the most search engine traffic, but that doesn ‘t really indicate which posts you ‘ve liked).
5. And lastly, what other bloggers motivate you?
(I ‘m looking for more great reads, because another thing I ‘ve learned is that modelling the skills you like in others is another way to improve).
Hit me up in the comments and let me know what you think, ok? (Or if you ‘re feeling shy, send me an email through my contact form ” I won ‘t publish your feedback ” I promise!!).