For every change of season - we change a lot of things.
I have had the phenomenal opportunity to try out a number of different dreams in the past couple of years. It is a rare chance, and I encourage each and every one of you to take it if ever you get the chance.
Be open to growing the things that work,
pruning the things that don't,
and remixing the ideas that need a little change.
In an effort to make the most of each and every day, its time for a change.
I'm amazed that in a few short years, the quality and quantity of food/cooking blogs has increased by leaps and bounds. It it wonderful to be able to search the ingredients that I have on hand and be able to come up with several options for a delicious meal at all skill levels.
That being said - instead of adding to the overcrowded market of small cooking blogs, I'm going to change with the seasons. The new season is going to be one of lifting up other small cooking/food blogs and trying out some new concepts that bring value and add quality of life to every season.
One thing that will remain constant as we go forward, is the aspect of being open about imperfections and that sometimes the best lessons come from the recipes that don't work. Because those are always the stepping stones to the ones that do. (At the moment, I'm having to wrestle with continuing on this platform as the ability to create content on a cross branded mobile device has ended - and that is a roadblock that needs a good solution. Which is going to require some learning on my part.) If you want the earliest look at our season of change - be sure to follow along on Facebook.
I can't wait to shine the light on those small bloggers that are getting it done and making it work. Those who have added value to my life and made the time I spent reading and cooking worthwhile.
If you have any small blogs that have made a difference in your life - reach out and let me know.
When I was struck with the peace that this is the RIGHT thing to do with this forum, I did a search for the ingredients I had on hand and found a small blog recipe that I cooked in less than an hour and it was beautiful and delicious. I can't wait to share it with you.
Most of all, thank you for your support, input, and for following along and making this so worthwhile. Learning is living and snacks make it all worthwhile!
All my best,
Spoon of Hearts
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