Hi, I’m Daisy Noone. I’m a Mom, wife, daughter, web developer and overall blogging geek. I recently left my job as an Assistant Professor to embark on the strange world of professional blogging.
I started blogging when I got pregnant with my son, now “the toddler”. Creating a web page became a way for me stay in touch with friends and family and keep them updated on the new addition that was about to bless us. (Yes, this is my belly, although the pictures was of my swollen feet but that gosh darn 8lb baby got in the way.)I was immediately hooked on blogging. It gave me a way to be creative and communicate, two of my absolute favorite things to do (translation: I like to make stuff and I like to talk, A LOT).
At first, my pregnancy and new baby took most of my blogging energy. Then I started to post about my weekly Weight Watcher’s meetings. After a few weeks I decided I needed a “Lazy Cakes” page. I started to use my blog as a means to vent, celebrate and share on my journey of reaching my weight loss goals.
Hold the phone! I forgot to tell you I had a weight problem, didn’t I. Well, it was more a “body image” problem. This is me in 1999. I had this problem for as long as I can remember and talk more about it on the My Story page. That’s where I go in detail about my “weight history”. So back to this blog thing, Lazy Cakes really started to become a complete outlet for me, It was my shoulder to cry on, my friend to high five and my coach to report to.
Having reached my goals using this medium I thought it only fair to helps others reach theirs. I truly believe blogging can help people live a more conscious life and living consciously is necessary if one is to lose weight and change habits. It took me YEARS to learn that and it’s one of the messages I want to share here, on Lazy Cakes.