As a newbie blogger, one of the first groups I joined was the healthy living blog community. Composed of great bloggers from all over the country! I have to say it was the best decisions I have made thus far in blogging. My next best decision will be to get a better camera and take better photos. You my audience of loyal reader deserve it And I promise you, it’s coming!
I was excited to learn that the groups annual Healthy Living Summit is in BOSTON this year a mere few hours from my Chateau. I’m giddy to meet the bloggers I follow and have friended through this great community! Each Monday they post a blog with great tips and upcoming community events. You may be familiar with some of the events since I actively participate in them including the #Blend5K, Foodie Pen Pals and Tweets of the week!
I’m hoping to dive even deeper into this community of healthy living bloggin’ All Stars in August! It’s amazing to me how different each and every person’s blog is. There is a geographical list of bloggers who are involved in the community. I love exploring the list and seeing what others are up to!
The community describes itself as:
Healthy Living Blogs was designed to enhance the already tight-knit, supportive community of the healthy living blog world. An amazingly strong connection is formed when like-minded individuals come together to encourage one another, and that’s exactly what HLB is here to accomplish. Find new blogs that blow you away. Find new inspiration. Find people in your geographic area to meet and encourage and support you in real life.
We’ve frequently been asked, “What kind of blogs can be part of HLB?” The answer is simple; any blog which focuses on health. This includes a wide variety of “types” of blogs. While bloggers who post multiple times a day, sharing everything they eat and do are more than welcome, so is everyone else. You can blog three times a week or three times a day, you can blog only fitness tips, only healthy recipes, or everything about your quest to lose weight. You can reach beyond nutrition and fitness to explore other areas of health. You can have five readers or 500,000 readers. HLB is open for everyone, bloggers and readers alike, who care about health.
HLB was founded by Lindsey Janeiro who writes about her personal healthy living journey back to school to become an R.D. over at Sound Eats.
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