If you’re a regular reader, you’ve probably noticed a few changes to the design of the site. The goal is to have a friendly user experience that allows you to navigate all the content easily. New headers and categories give you a little more insight to what the post is about, and clean tiles bring more content above the fold.
Along with this updated design, there is also an updated approach to content. While running is a great joy and love to write about, there are several other subjects that are going to be shared to expand the reach of the blog.
Some things you can expect are more food & recipe posts. My first job out of high school was as a chef, and cooking has become a stress reliever for me. One of my biggest gripes about food & recipe blogs is many have more than 800+ words of content before you get to the recipe. Not here! The recipe will always come first. Oh, and my recipes will not be extremely technical as most of the meals are done by taste. Instead of teaspoons and cups, there will be shakes and squeezes.
Over the past year, I also dove into the world of saltwater reef tanks. After getting a dilapidated 55 gallon tank in December 2017, we put some elbow grease and many long nights into getting it back into running shape. Hours of research and asking questions have led to a love of the hobby that I share with my 7-year old every step of the way. Now, some nine months after the water started flowing inside the tank and not on the floor, we have quite the underwater ecosystem going.
I’m also looking to have guest authors share their expertise with you, giving you the opportunity to meet new people and explore their content as well.
There is just so much to share to hyper-focus on one subject. Let’s face it, none of us are one-trick ponies, and with these changes, neither will this blog. And, while there will be many new subjects written about, I can promise you politics will not be one of them.
It’s a new year, with a new focus. To share my love of several hobbies, and knowledge based on hours of research, practice, and experience.
I hope you all enjoy this new approach.