2014 Greek blog post suggestions wanted!

2014 Greek blog post suggestions wanted!

Included in my 2014 new year To Do list (along with MANY other to do’s) is a bullet point that says ‘Write more interesting blog posts and engage with followers’.

So I am now asking YOU – what would you like to read on my blog?

I have already had requests for more Greek recipes which I will continue to post, as well as further book, film and theatre reviews. If anybody has a play that they are in and would like me to review let me know.

I’ve been thinking about putting together some more Greek-related videos – perhaps another ‘How to…’ or a collaboration with a fellow blogger. So if you are a fellow blogger looking to collaborate I’d love to hear from you!

As part of my Bucket List I am also going to attempt more one-off weekend activities e.g. Go-karting, Rock-climbing, Cookery classes etc (…these are random suggestions btw, I’m sure my precious days off work will still be spent smashing plates at the in-laws Greek restaurant and having to explain why my bloated stomach just cannot take any more meat)  and will most definitely blog about them in my review section, so if anyone knows of any good websites or companies who run these sort of events do pass on the info!

I’ve also signed up to classes and a gym membership at the YMCA as part of my ‘New Year, New Me’ regime (more for mental stability than anything else!) so I will share tales of my Greek workout experiences with you as well.

2014 is all about BEATING 2013 so if you have any ideas of new experiences I am all ears! (Keep them clean people…)

P.S. Also a quick question to fellow bloggers – I usually write two blog posts a week – a more serious one on a Monday (by serious I mean a ‘slightly longer one’), followed by a lighter one on a Friday usually a recipe, poem or video etc. Some bloggers can bash out a post everyday but with everyone’s increasing workload, do you think it is better to write just ONE detailed post a week and if so on which day?



  1. 14th January 2014 / 8:33 pm

    Kalispera-καλησπερα, young lady! 🙂 merci-thanx for dropping by my playground…<3

    @"if you have any ideas of new experiences…" I've just dedicated this post to all bloggers who want to write:
    “Write because you need to write. Write to settle the rage within you. Write with an internal purpose. Write about something or someone that means so much to you, that you don’t care what others think…”(Nick Miller – “Isn’t It Pretty To Think So?”)
    * * *
    have a pleasant evening and an optimistic year! amicalement, Melania 🙂

    • 14th January 2014 / 8:45 pm

      Thank you Melanie!! 🙂

  2. 6th January 2014 / 8:51 pm

    I always like to hear form you,it might be about anything doesn’t matter. But your Greek stories fascinate more alongwith your experiences. Lately I havent been able to read anyone’s blog.but hope to catch up all that is left.. 🙂 A very happy new year dear!

    • 6th January 2014 / 9:13 pm

      Thank you Soumya 🙂 A very happy new year to you too!

  3. 6th January 2014 / 8:10 pm

    I love your blog koukla. You do a great job. We should do a collaboration on a Greek recipe perhaps? I have many recipes if you would like me to share?

    • 6th January 2014 / 9:13 pm

      Sounds like a plan!!! Thank you Krystina mou! 🙂 x

  4. 6th January 2014 / 2:50 pm

    I love your blog as it is 🙂 but I’d always be interested in hearing a bit of what it is like behind the scenes of film and theatre projects that you work on.

    I generally follow the same rule as you and have a longer in-depth one on Saturdays and a lighter one in mid-week. I do find that there is quite a difference in site traffic on various days and sometimes if I do a post on a quiet day, it never recovers numbers wise and yet on other occasions, a post can really take off.

    • 6th January 2014 / 2:54 pm

      Thanks Stephen, it seems to be a tricky one with site traffic – I post Monday and Friday lunchtimes simply because weekends I’m busy with other things. I could definitely write some more behind the scenes blogs – will get onto it!

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