In our weekly Friday Feature, we share a 5-question interview with one of the fantastic members of HealthyLivingBlogs.com. Take the time to get to know your co-members, pick up tips and tricks, blogging know-how, and recommendations from your fellow bloggers. If you’re an HLB member and haven’t gotten your interview email yet, don’t worry, you will in time! We’re working our way through a list of 2,000+ members’ blogs at random.
1. What’s your name, blog name, and how did you create your blog title?
My name is Caroline and I blog at Sweet Caroline. As a Boston sports fan, I think the title speaks for itself I blog about my journey towards health and happiness from the perspective of a student, former athlete and young business owner.
2. Let’s talk traveling: what is your favorite place to visit in your favorite city or town for vacationing?
I love to travel, especially somewhere I can be active and explore! My favorite place to vacation is New Hampshire. My family owns a small cottage on a lake up there and I love to relax on the boat, wakeboard and hike!
3. If you could live any place for the rest of your life, where would it be and why?
Boston is home. I just moved back after almost a year and a half in the tri-state area for work. I loved NYC but ultimately realized I couldn’t be away from my friends and family any longer.
4. What is one internet trend you are ready see end for the rest of time?
Others feeling like they can say whatever they want to someone on the internet. I think sometimes people forget there is a real person with feelings behind a blog!
5. What is one lesson you’ve learned about blogging since you first started your website?
The biggest lesson I’ve learned since I started blogging three years ago is that everyone’s journal toward health is different and I can’t compare mine to other bloggers. Just because someone else can run back-to-back marathons at a sub-4 hour pace, doesn’t mean I can. It took me a while to realize some of the bloggers out there have been running, cooking, lifting, etc. for a lot longer than I have! I’ve learned over the years to accept my body’s limits and love where I am right now.