Category Archives: Bloggers
Guest posts on a blog are a two-way street. They’re great when someone writes one on your blog, giving it a different feel, maybe even a different point of view from your own. It relieves stagnation (as if my blog, or yours, could ever suffer from that affliction!). They’re also great when one of your blogger friends ask you to write a guest post for their blog. You get a good feeling, and it’s Sally Fields at the Oscars all over again — you like me, right now, you like me!
Meet Hannah Katsman. Hannah is a very busy woman. I am a huge fan of both of her blogs. Yes, the woman writes two blogs, among other bits and pieces and major articles. I sometimes wonder where I am going to find the time for my one piddly blog, and Hannah manages to write interesting posts for both of her blogs, Cooking Manager and A Mother in Israel.
Hannah is a woman of many talents. She can tell you ten different ways to cook a turnip. She hosts her own Israeli baby names forum. She’s a highly respected breast feeding coach. She has a wonderful interview series on Cooking Manager (she even interviewed me), and she was clever enough to even interview herself! When her son became bar mitzvah a while back she did all the catering herself for three Shabbat meals for 35 people! I’m sure you agree, Hannah is SuperHannah! But none of this impresses me as much as the fact that the woman is a human GPS.
It was a dark and stormy night…