Sweet Life: Weekend of Recipe Failures


As a food blogger, my main goal is to share a bunch of recipes that I make with all of my readers. Recipes that I believe encompass my food passions: organic, wholesome and good for you!

With that said, not every recipe that I attempt turns out amazing. Matter of fact a lot of my attempts at recipes are trial and error before they are perfected. Sometimes I can come straight out of the gate and nail it, but no one’s perfect.

So for this post I’m just going to be candid and say that, yes, I want to give you already perfected recipes so that you too can make the dish, BUT, in getting to the finished product, it took A LOT of mistakes.

This weekend was just a very trying weekend blogging/ career wise. In my next post I’m going to be candid again and explain why I really started food blogging and really get into the nitty gritty of it. Anyway, this weekend, my anxiety really was sky high. I’m actually having an anxiety attack right now as I type this. I just have a lot on my mind and am anxious regarding my career path, money woes, making food blogging etc a full time career etc. Typical 20-something problems.

I had a failed attempt at trying ramen form wholefoods for the first time, and then had a failed attempt at making egg-free and gluten free brown rice flour pancakes this morning:


But I had to remind myself that things are going to happen (good/bad), but all of the failures are stepping stones in the right direction to making my dream of blogging and eventually being on youtube full time and curating ideas and events for others a reality. It may not happen at the rapid pace that i’d like, but it will happen. Why do I 100% believe it will happen? Because I know what I was put on this earth to do. I’m a creative person, I was put here to create content, entertain and inspire people.

My story to how I got here will inspire many people, mostly minority women, but all women and men too (it will make more sense tomorrow when my behind the blog post goes live).

But I just wanted to maybe inspire someone feeling down about where they’re supposed to go in life. Just keep on pushing forward and keep doing what makes you happy, it’ll happen if you keep pushing!


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