Just because something's been fun, that doesn't mean you should keep doing it for the rest of your life. Like blogging. So I'm going to stop.
I'd like to offer some dramatic excuse, like I'm not going to blog here any more because of 'creative differences' with my highly esteemed co-blogger Crabby, but it wouldn't be true. I couldn't ask for a nicer person to work with. Nor do I have any plans for a solo career. I am going to continue to update my little blog Sheesh, but that's just a public way to guilt myself into exercising.
Honestly, I'm just tired. Writing a blog post take a lot of time. Doing anything well takes time, but even writing a crappy blog post takes more time than you would think (unless you've tried it, in which case you're probably nodding your head at this point).
What I learned from Cranky FitnessWhile I loved all of Crabby's posts, and some of mine, the ones that have stayed with me the longest were the ones with really great comments. I have to say, of all the blogs out there I think the commenters on Cranky Fitness rule! Not only funny, but very, very helpful.
Some posts where the comments are especially memorable:
- Re-motivating: when it just ain't happening.
- Put yourself out there and run a 5k no matter what shape you're in. The vast majority of thin, fit people are positive and supportive and do not snigger as they pass you.
- I'm not the only out-of-shape hiker on the
- Don't suggest that yoga might not be exercise, unless you want to read a lot of good comments on why it should be considered so.
- Cranky Fitness readers are really good at rewriting the dictionary.
- You're not the only one with 'entitlement' issues.
But wait! There's more!
I have it from a very reliable source that Cranky Fitness is going to start cranking up the excitement next month! I can't say more, as it would involve breaking a vow of silence and
Well all right. I will give you this little sneak peek. Crabby is going to--