Names Have Power, Even the Funny Ones

Names Have Power, Even the Funny Ones

January 28, 2016 Writing Advice 1

“Names have power.”~Rick Riordan, The Lightning Thief

If you have a blog or website of your own, odds are you spent a good amount of time choosing a name. The name you use can say a lot about you and your content with just a few, well-placed words. Blog and website names range from snarky to serious and often include a play on words. You want something that is easy to remember, but attention grabbing all at once. A concise tagline can help bring your title to life as well. The following list demonstrates some witty blog names along with the taglines that really explain the meaning and give the reader an idea of what to expect.

  1. The Flavor of Life

“Sometimes it’s vanilla, sometimes it’s a little nutty”

  1. TwinErgy Fusion

“Becoming one with my multiple mothering self.”

  1. Rage Against the {washing} Machine

“Rocking Mommyhood one basket {case} at a time.”

  1. Southern Draw

“One mom’s artistic take on life in the South.”

  1. Thinking Outside the {toy} Box

“Fun and creative parenting of special needs munchkins.”

  1. Where’s My Hat??

“Juggling all the hats of motherhood…in great heels.”

  1. Two Faced Mommas

“Parenting tips for raising  neurotypical and special needs kiddos harmoniously.”

  1. Tiara’s and Topamax

“Raising a Bipolar Princess”

  1. Cookie Crumbs

“Because sometimes life is sweet, and sometimes it falls apart.”

  1. The Playpen Chronicles

“The sights and sounds of a trapped toddler.”

I challenge you to leave a comment if you know which one of these names I formerly used. Don’t know? Guess!

Until next time, scribe happy and stay sassy,

alsig

 

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