I remember how challenging it was three years ago when I had to cough up a name for this blog.
Mainly because both She’s Menopausal and She’s a Mean Mofo were already taken.
I picked She’s a Maineiac on a whim and just went with it. At first, I regretted it. Too many vowels, hard to spell, could’ve used a hyphen. Maybe a dollar sign instead of the S.
But it grew on me because it really fit my personality. After all, I’m from Maine. I live in Maine. I’m a she. It was like it was meant to be.
I was recently asked by a WordPress editor: Hey, Darla! What gives with your blog name? and the result is an interview I did this week for The Daily Post.
This series spotlights bloggers and details the stories behind their blog names.
As thrilled as I was to do this interview, sadly, my backstory doesn’t involve sex, drugs or rock and roll. More like an ice hockey team, a couple Advils and a cold cup of coffee.
But please do drop by The Daily Post today to find out why I chose my blog name and not something else more intriguing like She’s A Man.
How did you guys come up with your blog name? Are you still happy with it?
Did you have any other choices you wished you had gone with instead?
I want to thank you all for being the best group of readers a Maineiac could ever ask for. I heart you all.
Hopefully, I’ll be back to posting more regularly after my finals-from-hell week is over. (But that’s only if my lab partner doesn’t accidentally sever one of my arteries during our phlebotomy exam today.)