Hannah in DC 2.0
Well, hello. It’s been awhile. It’s been more than a year since I posted anything here. There are a couple reasons for that. The obvious reasons everyone has for stopping anything: I was too busy. I was bored. Yeah yeah yeah. I also decided I didn’t really have anything interesting to say. I’d been writing about runs and races for awhile and it was getting boring. I always felt like blogging was an exercise in narcissism but I continued to do it anyway because I enjoyed it. Last summer I couldn’t shake that feeling though. So I stopped. I guess now I’m willing to give into narcissism again. Or something.
I also ran out of things to write about. What more could I say about my morning run? I’m not even a super amazing runner, I just do it and usually enjoy it. That’s pretty much it.
So here we are. More than a year after my last post and I’m attempting to reboot. The blog it about to take on a new identity. I miss writing. I miss having a reason to sit down and write so I’m going to try again. The tagline of the blog is going to change from Fitness, Food, Feminism to [non]Fiction & Feminism.
I probably won’t post nearly as frequently as I used to as most of my postings will be book reviews, though occasionally I will probably do lists of my favorite articles I’ve read recently (I’ve seen a lot of good ones this week!). And, of course, it may venture into other random things as desired.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the reboot and bear with me as I try to figure out my voice in this new blog chapter. I figure I’ll give it a try and we’ll see how it goes.
And, for the heck of it, here are a few articles I’ve liked recently. Without comment:
- In Julia Child’s Provencal Kitchen
- Beyond BMI: The other health markers you should be watching
- Checking Your Privilege Before Talking About Obesity and Personal Responsibility
- Ketchup sandwiches and other stupid things poor people eat