Thursday, August 9, 2007

Labels are limiting.

"Annabelle Blue" is part blog, part e-zine, part chick lit, part diary and all of this equals an interesting concept that will either be really cool or really confusing.

I don't like to label myself and this "blogzine" is for women (young and old) who don’t label themselves as well. Be who you are and learn that there’s nothing more beautiful than embracing your uniqueness and sharing it with others. I don't have the right to tell you who you are. Chances are if you don't know who you are, you will figure it out on your own without some stupid personality quiz that I make up. And FYI, unlike those OTHER magazines for women in their 20s, I'm going to focus on the fact that there’s more to life than “How to Move Up in Your Career!” or “Pleasing Your Man in Bed!” or even “How to Lose 10 pounds!”

"Annabelle Blue" is about nourishing and enriching your soul, your mind, your being . . .and how to have fun while doing it.

It'll be broken up into 6 sections and depending on the day, the entry will be about said topic. Here's a breakdown:

Monday: The Adventures of Annabelle Blue (A "fictional" account of Annabelle Blue's adventures in love, relationships and life. There will be a chapter a week.)

Tuesday: Faves (This will include Annabelle Blue's fave books, movies, music, food, hair product, make-up, websites, whatever.)

Wednesday: Advice (Ask Annabelle Blue anything. She'll answer your question from personal experience, whether it be first hand or second hand, or she will go to great lengths to find the right answer because she's naturally inquisitive and resourceful.)

Thursday: Trés Belle (I am going to feature someone I admire or a reader in this section because I want your passion and uniqueness to shine.)

Friday: Features (Includes health, beauty, lifestyle, spiritual, and editorial goodies)

Saturday: Letter From the Editor (An account on the editor's life, opinions, or what have you. Sort of like a diary entry.)

Sound confusing? It might be, but I promise it'll make sense after we all get the hang of this.

Feel free to leave a comment or e-mail me at if you have any questions or need advice about anything at all.

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