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Announcing . . . More Blogs!

As I was finalizing our March/April cover story—which has a good deal to do with food and cooking, two of my greatest loves—I got even more excited about an upcoming development for LDS Living.

See, we’ve been looking to expand our blog options for quite some time, and (after much brainstorming—some productive and some not-so-productive), we’re finally ready to make the plunge. In addition to our LDS Living blog, which will continue to bring you an inside look at experiences we have with our content, TOMORROW you can expect to see new spots for:

1) The Food Dish. This blog will give you the “dish” on food: recipes from readers, recipes from us, musings on food, and other thoughts on this delightful staple of life.

2) Arts & Entertainment. We’ll be giving you the skinny on the best upcoming LDS books and music, our take on current trends in arts and entertainment, and general discussion of the arts (particularly LDS artists).

3) Lifestyle. In addition to our lists and ideas for modest clothing, we’ll include ideas for entertaining, crafting, and design (all trying to keep in mind a decent budget).

4) LDS How-to. Our how-to’s for common Mormon situations, such as how to throw a reception in a cultural hall, how to win the Pinewood Derby, how to help Primary children learn songs, and more.

And, of course, all of these will involve plenty of questions and polls for readers to interact and discuss current issues.

This really is something we have been looking forward to for quite some time.

We’re excited to offer unique content we haven’t really ever had a chance to offer. We’re excited to discover new things about LDS people and culture. Most of all, we’re excited that these blogs will give us the opportunity interact more with YOU.

We only hope you’ll be as excited as we are.

If you have any ideas for these blogs (including well-loved recipes, suggestions for issues we might discuss, or unique how-to’s) please send them to blogs[at]ldsliving.com.

Comments and feedback can be sent to feedback@ldsliving.com