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Episode 45 – How to maintain a long-term relationship with your blog

Herb-laminated tagliatelle

In this episode of Cooking with an Italian Accent I’m going back over our past 12 years of blogging, and I’ll share with you the reasons why we still believe in blogs, and why we love it so much. I’m also sharing my tips to maintain a long-term relationship with your blog:

  • Write about something relevant for you.
  • Be authentic.
  • Show up consistently.
  • It is ok to take some time off.
  • Be patient.

At the end of this episode, I’m also introducing our new project, a weekly subscription-based newsletter.

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Join our Virtual Tuscan Cooking Class

We are missing the people we used to meet during our market tours and cooking classes. We had to figure out a new way to share our passion for food, to virtually meet all the food enthusiasts who gave us so much through the years. This is why we launched a virtual Tuscan cooking class on Udemy, an on line learning platform.
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