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Food Blogger Pro Interview

Gooooood morning! (This just autocorrected to “gooey morning!”)

Today, my friends over at Food Blogger Pro are sharing an interview where I discuss all things blogging. In this 40 minute podcast, you’ll hear me blab… seriously it’s 40 minutes… about how I turned my blog into my full time job, what it’s like running my own business (how did I get here?!), the food, the monster that is social media, the traffic, writing cookbooks, and any advice I would give to new food bloggers.

I haven’t done too many interviews, so when the gang at Food Blogger Pro asked me to jump on a call, I instantly agreed. I don’t get too many chances to talk about my addiction to baking. Kidding! Haha?

If you’re a blogger looking for advice to grow your blog or simply want to hear my story, give it a listen. Hopefully you can learn something that will help you.

What is Food Blogger Pro? FBP is a blogging community and a wonderfully beneficial resource to food bloggers looking to learn more about the business. Whether that’s starting a blog, improving photography, social media masterminding, growing your traffic, etc. You can sign up here! And then you can make funfetti cookies because… sprinkles.

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  1. I have a random question: recommendations for a new double oven… convection? Brand? Wattage? So many choices!!!!!!

    Thanks!

  2. I listened to this podcast today whilst doing the dishes and I loved it! It’s so inspiring! It makes me want to start a blog even more. I’ve been playing around with the idea for a while now, but it’s unfortunately not an option anytime soon. I’m only just a high school student, and I still have to get through college as well. For now, it’s only a dream, but I really hope I can turn it into reality one day 🙂

  3. LOVED the podcast and learned so much! You’re blog is so fun and cheerful and it was so interesting to learn about how it came to be. 

  4. I saw that you have an interview and finally got a chance to listen to it. I think the most important advice that you gave is not to compare yourself to the big blogs out there because it will demotivate you. I find that so true! I started my blog for fun but it’s so discouraging when I see how everyone else’s are so beautiful. Eventually I realized that I should just focus on having fun with my own blog, chronicling my own culinary adventures and journals, and just enjoy the process 🙂
    Thanks for the advice!
    (by the way, I love your blog, and your posts are so well-written. Looking forward to reading more posts!)

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