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 Madelyn Moon and my website it MaddyMoon.com. I decided to go with my name as my website because if my brand is myself, and I am ever evolving, I want to choose something that has no limits/boundaries. My name was the best choice as it is simply a reflection of whomever I am showing up in the world as at the moment!
2. What is your tagline and why?
“I teach perfectionist, masculine-minded women how to slow down and step into their feminine flow.” > This is my tagline because it’s the purpose of my mission. I aim to serve women who live in this hyper masculine society (all of us) by teaching them how to slow down, let go of rigidity and feel connected to themselves again.
3. What’s one goal you’re working towards right now?
I’m currently very involved in AcroYoga and acrobatics. I don’t have a specific goal with it right now other than training several times a week and learning some pretty technical moves. It brings me joy every day!
4. What are some of your favorite blogging tools?
Canva, of course! I also appreciate Libsyn for hosting my podcast and Good Reads for allowing me to be a nerd and log everything I read.
5. What is one thing I think everyone should do at least once in their life?
Solo travel! Traveling internationally by myself (Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Amsterdam, Germany…) is one of the best decisions I make on a yearly basis. It teaches me how to be decisive, how to enjoy time alone, how to live in the moment and how to simply be confident in who I am. I highly recommend every woman take time to have at least one solo excursion (preferably for a month or two!).