Everything Must Go

 

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After much hemming and hawing, I have finally made the decision I should have made long ago. I am closing this blog.

When I started this site it was way back in 2012. I was new to veganism and excited to learn and grow right along with my readers. Ultimately, my passion for the plant-based lifestyle led me to quit my nine to five job and become a personal chef!

As I continue to evolve, I find myself led to other avenues of interest, away from the cooking, photo-taking and recipe posting which had become my regular practice for the past six years.

Lately when I think of posting here it feels more like an obligation than an authentic desire. This is how I know it’s time to move on, for real, instead of allowing the blog to languish the way I have, unattended while I wrestle with indecision.

I thank all of you who have taken the time to visit and of course most of all, to comment and encourage me to keep creating content here in what has become a food diary of sorts, and certainly a historical document of my journey, both creative and personal, through my life in food.

 

12 thoughts on “Everything Must Go

  1. I totally understand because I have similar sentiments at times. I’ll be sorry to see you go and will miss your posts. Perhaps after setting the blog aside for a time there will be the occasional inspiration to drop back in for an occasional post. I hope so.

  2. Sometimes it is better to let go. You will be missed but sounds like life is taking you in other fabulous directions. Thank you for your blogs to date and good luck in the future. Mx

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