Hello all! I hope everyone had fantastic holidays!
I’m going to start this post by apologizing for not having posted since Thanksgiving. I’ve stayed busy working and trying to balance getting everything set up for the bakery and it got to be quite a handful.
SO that being said: I’ve quit my day job to focus on getting my dream up and moving.
I’m so excited to get into our own space to bake, I know it seems like it’s taking forever (trust me, I KNOW) but we want to make sure that we have all of our ducks in the proper rows so there are no little surprises down the line. I’ve got champagne chilling for the day we get keys!
I wanted to share with you some of my NY Resolutions (In hopes that you all will hold me to them!):
*Get Organized. In my personal life, the house, and of course everything for the blog and bakery.
*Home-made, sit down dinners. All the time. I’ve been reading Dinner: A Love Story. http://www.dinneralovestory.com/ If you haven’t, you should. It’s not vegan or gluten free but very inspirational.
*Challenges. I watch a lot of cooking/baking shows. Once a week, I’m going to “challenge” myself to make something new and out of the ordinary for me.
*Get more active. I feel like such a slug! Always sitting (or laying) behind my laptop or on the couch. I’m taking an example from my husband and going to get moving.
*Here’s the big one: I’m going to blog EVERYDAY. If I keep to my homemade dinners every night and my challenges, this shouldn’t be an issue. I am so grateful for the support you all have shown, I owe you more than one post every-so-often. This way I can also keep everyone up to date on where we are at with filling rewards and where we are at in getting to a Grand Opening!
So, this is where I need your help! I want to know what you want to hear about. Got a favorite family recipe you’ve been wanting to make GF? Got a crazy challenge you want me to try? Been looking for something simple you can replicate at home? (Good, because I’ll be sharing all my challenges. Good or Bad.) Please post, email, Facebook, or tweet us your ideas!
Baking in the Bread Basket,