This is an odd post to place here on A Dose of Health, but I feel I need to post it anyway. I need to write this to explain to myself and to the few readers that stop by what I’m about to do and why. When I originally created A Dose of Health (ADOH) back in 2008 I wanted to chronicle a bit of the seismic shift in philosophy that I was undergoing. As my philosophy began to change I created blogs in accordance with my new-found beliefs. Prior to ADOH I created another blog called BLULOW. BLULOW (BLUe and yelLOW) is about making daily changes towards living a greener lifestyle.
Living and Learning
What I’ve learned through the years is living green and improving health go hand in hand. I probably should have created a hybrid blog named ADOH-BLULOW, but back in the days when I created both blogs I was more concerned about “niching.” You see in the blogging world, I read over and over again that if you want your blog to be successful, you should find a niche and stick with it. As a result I created a bunch of blogs, one for each of my life’s interests.
Now that I’ve been around the block a time or 40, I’m not too particular about following proper blogging rules. What I’ve found is it’s difficult dividing my life into niches in order to satisfy the rules. Therefore, I’ve decided to combine several of my blogs here under the ADOH umbrella. In order to do this I’ll be taking old blog post from my other blogs, updating them as I see fit and putting them here on ADOH.
Making Things Easier and Cheaper
By combining my blogs under one umbrella, it not only streamlines my blogging process, but it saves digital real estate. Yes, I’ll still l keep a couple of separate blogs (you really don’t want to read about caring for an above ground pool here), but my BLULOW, Household Tidbits,
HV Bokashi, and Beauty blogs will now reside here.
It is not my intent to bore you with the details, it’s about me documenting what I’m about to do. This way when I start wandering down an errant path, I can always use this post as my guide map to help me refocus and get back on track.
Now that I’ve stated my intention, it’s time to get about doing what I intend to do.