The Music In It: Adele Kenny's Poetry Bloghttp://adelekenny.blogspot.com/
Adele Kenny has enough accomplishments to make any aspiring writer intensely jealous. With over twenty books and two awards to her name, she is definitely no amateur. Those who are even slightly interested in the craft of poetry will find her blog fascinating. There are tons of unique poetry prompts, and fun activities such as a famous poets crossword puzzle.
From the about page to the comments, every word flowing from Neil Reid's pen is inspiring and poetic. His number one rule? Write, don't explain. But since his second rule is that there are no rules, his Scribbles section is entitled to ramblings.
Book of Kellshttp://ofkells.blogspot.com/
Poets can gather notes about writing and living creatively from Kelli Ogoden, a published author of three poetry books, one of which snagged the White Pine Press Prize. You'll also get lots of practical information and advice on topics such as "The Benefit of Social Media in the Writer's Life."
Ryan Boyd's Poetry Bloghttp://ryanboydpoetry.wordpress.com/
This poet's selections may remind you a little of the way you feel about Edgar Allen Poe's writings. They are ingenious. You admire them. You hate them. You don't quite know what to think of them. And this will keep you coming back.
Eat. Drink. Betterhttp://eatdrinkbetter.com/
This blog has a wide range of resources that are all related to food written by many green and organic activists. While environmental issues about food are the blog’s core focus, it also explores different categories including food politics and policy, nutrition, healthy cooking, and organic farming and gardening. All recipes in this blog centre on organic ingredients.
This blog is all about losing weight through making healthy choices throughout your day. RDs, MDs, and fitness experts blog about exercise, healthy alternatives to high fat/calorie foods, and provide support for your body image.
A site devoted to keeping you healthy, Diet Hack offers articles on such wide ranging topics as decluttering your home and the health benefits of garlic. It's an all-encompassing site with some true knowledge to share.
Say What You Need To Sayhttp://www.saywhatyouneedtosayblog.com/
Lauren is a 20-something runner, self described "foodie," and newly-wed who is sharing her secrets to a healthy lifestyle and says it's "ultimately found when one stops trying to be healthy and just lives healthy."
&quot;Grindbone is a collective of three writers - Brent Allard, Kaplowitz, and Mick Parsons. -- who believe that attention to the art and craft of writing is as important as the writing itself. Fiction and poetry, in order to be worth reading, should be honest -- which means that it's sometimes rude, sometimes crude, and occasionally dirty.&quot;
Stickpoet Super Herohttp://stickpoetsuperhero.blogspot.com
At Stickpoet Super Hero, poet Michael A. Wells blog routinely on poetics, culture, and occasionally social issues. Wells shares some of his own writing on occasion, updates readers on his publications, introduces others poets whose works he appreciates, reviews poetry books and blogs about the writer's life and challenges.