It was a huge year for How To: Simplify because it marked the year of its launch. I was nervous, anxious and excited the first time I clicked the “Publish” button. However, I can honestly say that was one of the best decisions I have ever made.
Looking back at the year, the following are the top How To: Simplify posts of 2009:
- What Does That Mean?! Cooking Terms Defined
- Table Setting 101: Basics and Guidelines
- Cafe-style Blueberry Muffins
- Pumpkin Cupcakes with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting
- Old-Fashioned Soft Pumpkin Cookies
Ever since I started the blog, I’ve been presented with amazing opportunities from fellow foodies and friends and I could not be more thankful. I had such a great time creating and sharing tips, tricks and recipes that simplify life in the kitchen.
One exciting experience I had was writing a guest post for Nancy and Matt on Food Tastes Yummy. I had a wonderful time creating the dessert, as well as photographing the final result. It was such a thrill to see my work posted on their blog.
Looking ahead to ideas I would like to accomplish on How To: Simplify in 2010, one of my goals is to seek and accept guest posts from food enthusiasts. I had such a great time writing my first guest post and now I would like to offer people the same opportunity on my blog.
If you’re interested in sharing a guest post on How To: Simplify, please feel free to contact me with your idea. How To: Simplify is a place that shares tips, tricks and recipes that simplify life in the kitchen. Any idea that fits under that theme will be more than welcome!
To give you a sneak peek into what I have planned for 2010, I have outlined a few other goals I want to achieve on How To: Simplify in the new year…
- Continue providing visitors with simple-to-prepare recipes
- Expand the tips and tricks section
- Start a blog series
- Submit more guest posts on other blogs
- Increase my subscribers, followers and fans
- Create videos on tips and tricks
- Host more giveaways
- Perform product reviews
Once again, thank you for a wonderful 2009. I am excited about the endless possibilities that 2010 has in store. I can’t wait to make it a bigger and better year!