My Blog Turns Two!

I almost can’t believe it – my blog is a toddler. Yup, it’s been two years to the day that I started this blog. And wow, was year two a humdinger. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without each and every one of you, my readers, whether new or old…thank you for making a small space for me in this overcrowded internet. You have no idea how much it means!

Two years ago I wasn’t in the best place. I had been laid off from my job and was depressed. But this was something I had always wanted to do, so I figured why not? And blogging was helpful in getting through that time, just as it’s been helpful getting through 2020.

The best part about blogging is that I have learned SO much! Photography, writing, social media, new cooking techniques, new facts about the world around me, the list goes on. I’m grateful to my readers and just for the fact that I have the time and means to blog. I still have imposter syndrome pretty much all the time, but at some point you have to let go and just do the thing you want to do.

Year 2 highlights:

What should I do this year? Let me know in the comments!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations on your two year anniversary! I love the history you provide almost as much as the delicious recipes! In this time of Covid and its restrictions, how about some traditional, American “comfort food” made vegetarian? Or, “comfort food” from different cultures around the world? Best wishes for continued success in 2021!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, I will definitely keep making a selection of food that is American and from other countries. I can’t wait to share the recipes I’ve been planning!

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  2. Great job and congrats on turning 2! I turn 4 later on this month. I found you on Instagram as well 🙂 Cheers to your 3rd year, and perhaps we’ll see some Caribbean flavours? Haha, I’m biased.

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    1. Thanks for following me! I would like to do some Caribbean food. I have been to the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Puerto Rico but not Jamaica (yet!) I also used to live in a neighborhood in NYC with a lot of immigrants from Jamaica and Trinidad…so I guess I am long overdue!

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