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Boring Blogging

By Anne Keckler | August 20, 2008

My daughter tells me that she doesn’t read my blog because it’s boring. Well, I guess to a teenager, it might be boring to read about carbohydrates and weight loss and fitness, unless you happen to really be into that stuff. She wants to improve her run time and increase her strength, but she just doesn’t find my writing interesting.

So now I’m pondering how to write about this stuff and make it interesting, maybe even entertaining, to the average person, while still giving good information backed up by science.

Any suggestions? Or am I doomed to be called boring by my kids?

By the way, I’m pretty much unreachable by email at the moment. I’ll be back next week and will answer emails then. I can see that I have them, but I cannot reply from here. I’ll have to change that before my next trip.

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  2. How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Fitness
  3. Gaining Muscle
  4. Nutrition: Carbohydrates
  5. How to Lower Your Cholesterol

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3 Responses to “Boring Blogging”

  1. MS Says:
    August 21st, 2008 at 8:43 am

    I think the subject matter may be the problem for the teenagers. Health & wellness, personal finance, home repair, etc. are just things people don’t care about until they’re “adults”.

    Keep trying, though. I wish I knew some of the stuff you teach on this site back when I was griping about how boring this stuff is..

  2. Glen Says:
    January 6th, 2009 at 7:56 pm

    It’s likely that they’ll say you are boring no matter what you do, that’s how children work, teenagers doubly so :)

  3. Anne Keckler Says:
    January 6th, 2009 at 8:09 pm

    Hello, Glen. Thanks for the comment!

    My children actually think I’m pretty cool, and their friends agree. I guess I forget that this isn’t how most parent-child relationships work. ;-)

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