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A photo of a woman in a park.Food Blogging and Mental Health

Jennifer Farley is talking about an issue that may be taboo for some — mental health. But food blogging can be a challenging career so discussing how to approach it with mental health issues is important.

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A photo of Cassie Heilbron of the site Cook it Real Good.Loving Your Style as a Food Blogger

Today’s guest, Cassie Heilbron, encourages stopping the comparison trap and loving your style as a food blogger. That means finding ways to embrace your own processes, plans, and style of doing your work! It means you can admire others’ work while at the same time loving your own.

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Tanya Harris is in her kitchen making a recipe.The Focused Food Blogger with Tanya Harris

If you’re excited about your food blogging career, finding a way to stay focused with your work is critical. Because there’s a number of distractions that can take over your passions, including comparing whatever you’re doing with others. Tanya Harris talks about becoming the focused food blogger and the tools she’s used to help her along the way!

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Planned Productivity for Limited Time with Megan Porta

If your day is broken into chunks of defined time, finding ways to get things done can be a struggle. Today’s guest, Megan Porta, talks about planned productivity for limited time spans such as that. Without planning, your precious time can easily be s …

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A photo of JinJoo Lee standing in a kitchen.The Art of Taking Yourself Seriously with JinJoo Lee

If you’ve ever succumbed to distractions rather than getting your work done, the Art of Taking Yourself Seriously is for you! Today’s guest, JinJoo Lee, talks about how when she decided to take her blog seriously as a business, her business started to really grow!

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