First, let me preface by saying that finals are in full swing here, so a “real,” juicy post must wait until May. There is a constant stream in my mind of things I’d like to discuss here; it’s unfortunate that school just as constantly gets in the way.
It will be worth the wait. There are many product reviews coming your way, including Sunshine Burger, Newman’s Own Organic, and Theo Chocolate.
Second, let me say that I had always been one to scoff at “Twitter” ( use of quotes to emphasize perceived absurdity). In fact, I once came across a cool–though oddly-capitalized–Venn diagram that summarized my feelings about Twitter: what could possibly be useful or interesting about a 140-character blurb? (Well, often, nothing, I’ve learned.)
That said, since beginning Mastering Public Health, there have been a number of times where I haven’t had time to create a full post but still did have something relevant to share with you all.
So, if you’re a fan, please follow me on Twitter at @MasPublicHealth, where I post under this nerdy but important-looking avatar and spend half my time attempting to condense my verbosity into an allowable number of letters.
I pride myself on rarely, if ever, abusing my followers with personal/non-blog-related content. For the past two months, I’ve shared health news, discounts + coupon codes, food finds, giveaways, new products, etc., that I hope to be able to blog about more fully ASAP. Just don’t expect me to use any derivation of the word “tweet” any time soon.
Lastly, thank you all so much for your comments and support. It’s so nice to read each and every one of your different health interests and experiences. Keep the enthusiasm coming!
More news and articles to come. Until then, enjoy this awesome time of year.
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