I was checking out Clea's blog yesterday (we ran a couple laps of the Waco 5-0 together), where she mused about the one-dimensional aspect of her blog:
I do want to point out my blog probably makes me seem a little one dimensional. Like all I care about is running. Well, I won't lie, it is a big part of my life and I can claim 20 years, at least 5 days a week most those years, and the math adds up to a lot of running and more races than I can count, but I do have other interests. But, when I decided to do a blog, I really didn't think I was up a full diary, to bore people (if anyone would really read it), with my mundane thoughts and worries...so I decided to keep it pretty light. I occasionally drift away from running, and fluff , but overall, the blog will stick to mile after mile!I can relate. When I started this thing, I wasn't sure what it would be. Running didn't become the focus until the last few years. And believe it or not, there is more to me than running. I'm a father, a husband, a lawyer, a musician, a volunteer, a goober. But, like Clea, a blog about every aspect of my life seems a bit too overwhelming, all-consuming, and maybe even self-indulgent. (Of course, what's not self-indulgent about setting up one's own website/blog solely to highlight one's running endeavors?)
So you get mostly running, one of my passions that has been a pretty consistent part of my life since 2000. Enjoy.