Posted May 21st, 2017, 05:42 AM
I'm an established blogger and will tell you that it's very difficult to write a successful blog. For one, I can see that you're hosting it on blogspot, which will kill your chances for SEO. Google actually penalizes sites for not being self-hosted. Also, what are your credentials? There are tons of weightloss blogs written by certified nutritionists, trainers, and people who have lost a ton of weight and kept it off. What's your angle going to be?
If it's something you enjoy, then, by all means, do it. But running a successful blog is practically a fulltime job.
My point of view is that one should not try to get in shape or lose weight for specific events such as a cruise, wedding, class reunion and so on. My philosophy is that one should get in shape and stay in shape as a lifetime objective.
I agree, I lost 40+ lbs. 17 years ago because I was tired of being fat and the lifestyle changes I made to accomplish the loss have allowed me to maintain it. I'll never understand the concept of the <insert event here> diet. If you're dieting, you clearly want to lose weight, so why limit yourself to a temporary loss?