|Posted by Courtney Lynn/Supersize Family Kitchens on January 5, 2018 at 8:00 PM|
New Year, New Dreams
It’s a new year and a fresh start. I hope it’s going to be a great year for everyone. I have high hopes for this year, because I have a lot of business ideas and plans that I’m so excited to share.
The first is my second cookbook. You’ll be hearing a lot about this in the near future. I absolutely love how it’s looking so far, and I think it will be even better than my first book.
Another project I’m working on is a podcast. It’s still in the working stages, but in a few weeks—maybe a month—you’ll get all the information.
I’m also working on other Supersize Family Kitchens branded products. I’m in the process of getting my online store up and running, and most of my products will also be on Amazon.
AND… I want to see my products on store shelves. My product line will actually be pretty extensive if everything goes the way it’s supposed to.
Also I want to do more author events—book signings, cooking demonstrations, cook-offs, whatever.
So that’s the fun part. Now for the serious part: New Year’s Resolutions.
I haven’t made a new year’s resolution in about seven years. But this year, I made one.
What are priorities, really? I guess that to prioritize means to make choices between all of the things that you want and need to do, and making the most of those choices while trying not to feel guilty because maybe you should have made something else a priority instead of what you chose.
That’s not easy. Sometimes it’s painful because I have so many places that I need to spend my time and money, and so many people that I need to be with. Whether it’s time or money or people, I always have the same problem: I don’t want to pick between two good things. I want both of them. Most of the time, by the time I’ve figured out which one I want, neither one is available to pick from. I wish I didn’t have to sleep because I could get so much more work done in those six hours. #writerslife
Blogging has been very sporadic this winter because I’ve been working on other projects—especially this new cookbook—but I’m ready to get back to work and start connecting with my awesome blog readers.
You guys are great. I’ll see you all this year. Maybe in a bookstore near you.
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