|From Adriana Baking|
About half a year ago, I had what I thought was a wonderful idea. I would start a food blog and post new recipes and anecdotes about my experience in the kitchen every week. Naturally, I couldn’t keep my excitement to myself. And when I told my parents about my idea, they were every bit as encouraging as I was excited.
The first few days of blogging were pretty frustrating for me. I would sit in front of the computer, obsessing over every view and updating my blog when I realized not much was happening. If someone happened to find my blog and leave a comment, I would spend the whole day reading over it in my head, eventually memorizing it. Soon enough, I realized that I had more and more to write about. Instead of writing only about the recipe, I started incorporating little pieces of information about what was going on in my life. Anecdotes. My little group of readers seemed to like the new style of posts, and my blog was soon becoming more popular. Read the rest of this entry »