Welcome: About Kale Piñata

Hi there, I’m Sarah, a 24-year-old from Toronto. Yup, another millennial with a lifestyle blog. Thanks for stopping by! Before we get into the meat and potatoes of blogging, I’d like to take a minute (just sit right there) to introduce myself and kale piñata. Let’s start with a few questions you may have:

Why did you decide to start a blog?

I graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English (class of 2016 what’s up?). Throughout my undergrad I wrote essay upon essay spanning multiple topics across English Literature, and since graduating, my writing muscle has severely atrophied. To remedy this, I’ve prescribed myself some physical therapy via this blog. Don’t worry, I won’t be quoting Walt Whitman (not often anyway), but kale piñata gives me the opportunity to let off some steam through writing while also hopefully providing you with quality content!

What the heck is a kale piñata?

Aside from the worst thing that could happen to an 8-year-old’s birthday party, kale piñata is a metaphor for the kind of life I try to live. Kale represents the ideals of health and wellness – eating well with healthful foods (like kale), enjoying time in nature, and getting in some physical activity. The piñata represents my adventurous side – we will explore travels, hikes, new activities, and anything else fun enough to qualify as a piñata activity.

How can I get in touch with you?

First of all, I’m so glad you want to share with me! I love to hear about how people are living the kale piñata lifestyle! You can email me: kalepinata@gmail.com or follow me on social media: @kalepinata on Twitter and Instagram. There is also always the option to leave a comment on any article you like. Can’t wait to hear from you!

Phew! First post done – I guess this means I’m a blogger now! I’ve decided that I will continue to update this post with any other FAQs that may come up, so stay tuned!

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