Do you live outside the UK and blog about one or many aspects of following a Paleo lifestyle?
Do you blog for yourself or within a company blog?
Are you trying to spread awareness of the benefits of following a predominantly Paleo lifestyle, with emphasis on aspects such as food, recipes, exercise, well-being, stress management and/or nutrition?
If so, you could be the winner of this category - it's the perfect way to raise your profile within the UK!
Come back in 2019 to enter.
Please check the Entry Fees page for details of cost of entry.
Who Should Apply?
Paleo bloggers who write for themselves, with an emphasis on following a Paleo Lifestyle.
Company blogs that have an emphasis on following a Paleo lifestyle.
Your blog must wholly or mainly reflect following a Paleo lifestyle (and be clear when you refer to things outside of the accepted parameters of a Paleo lifestyle).
We strongly recommend that you read more about The Awards Process and our Terms & Conditions before submitting your entry. If you have any other questions in respect of the eligibility of your blog, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must reside OUTSIDE of the UK for tax purposes to be eligible for this category.
The blog or website must be live at the time of entry.
The blogger must be over the age of 18 years of age at time of entry.
The UK Paleo Awards does not regard social media platforms such as Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram or Facebook as Blogs.
How is the Award Decided?
Once entries close, a high-level check will be carried out by the judging panel to ensure all entries are valid. The judges’ decision is final and they will be unable to enter into correspondence on the matter.
Entrants will be put on the shortlist if they are deemed sufficiently ‘paleo-friendly’ by the judging panel.
This category will be decided on a mix of public votes and judging panel.
A winner and runner-up will be announced for this category.
Blog judging criteria will include, at a minimum:
- Structure and Navigation
- Visual Design
- Social Media reach
- Overall Experience
- How ‘Paleo’ the content is