This episode features Australian food blogger, Jessica Holmes, the creative baker behind the site the Sweetest Menu. Jessica and I had such a fun-loving, interesting conversation about the challenges of finding joy as a food blogger while also working a full-time job. Deep in the heart of that conversation you’ll find a direct connection between joy in your work the ability to stop comparing yourself to what others are doing. Jessica also shares about her love of desserts, photography, and all things Instagram!
Trying to take your entrepreneurial endeavors to a professional level can be a grind. Today's guest, Katie Webster, talks about the importance of Building Blocks to Success as a way to make it easier and more achievable. Katie shares so many helpful strategies for staying organized and on top of your goals as a food blogger.
Looking for a dose of inspiration? Check out my conversation this week with lawyer-turned-food-blogger Jessica Hylton Leckie of the site Jessica in the Kitchen. She shares how she fell in love with food blogging and the struggles she overcame to take it from hobby to career. It's an inspiring, down-to-earth discussion about authenticity, branding your blog, and finding ways to engage with your loyal viewers.
Cheryl Malik was busy helping other organizations run successful social media campaigns when she thought, “Why don’t I try doing this for myself?” It’s a good thing she did because today she is the creative force behind the popular site 40 Aprons. On today’s show she’s sharing tips on how to get things done, including developing a virtual team that keeps her creative juices, blog, and social media content flowing.