Our Foodies 2019 Goals

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Our Foodies 2019 Goals

As the New Year kicks in, it’s a great time to assess our goals for 2019. A lot of us set New Year resolutions. I’ve asked our foodies to share their goals for 2019. Hopefully these will help inspire you to set yourself something to aim for this year.

The Tiny Italian’s Paola’s goal is to create more videos this year rather than just writing up the recipes. She wants to grow up YouTube channel. She also wants to make her blog posts more focused on making Italian dishes easy and simple for those less confident in the kithen or those that want to use a handful of key ingredients. Her aim is to inspire people to get back in the kitchen as a part of a wellness lifestyle. Emphasising eating with friends and family at home.

Katy from Allergy Free Day plans on starting her new website up and want to post weekly.

Craig from The Usual Saucepans says he is going to plan post more consistently

Vikkie from The Carpenter’s Daughter says her aim is to have fun recreating the recipes from her camper van travels while talking about her adventures on her blog.

Crumbs and Corkscrew’s Louise want to keep working on her SEO too, and aims to building her page views. She also wants to post regularly and keep on working on her photography.

Foodies 2019 Goals

Tracy from The Culinary Jumble has got a very firm goal. She wants to make the top 100! She says she is determined to do it this year!

Sudden Lunch’s Suzy wants to keep writing about all the delicious new dishes that can be made from leftover food. She like many others hates to see so many good eating opportunities going to waste!

Lucy from Baking Queen 74 aims to work on her SEO, including keyword research. This is with a view to increasing her page views and ad revenue. She plans on doing this while blogging recipes she enjoys making.

If you feel inspired by any of these and want to add yours to the list, please share in the comments below.

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  1. My aim is to improve my photography and improve SEO all while having to go back to work full time! Not sure how that will work but I aim to spend the weekends developing recipes, the evenings rewriting old posts and scheduling Pins and my lunchtime interacting on social media channels. Think I am going to be busy! Got the family taking over the cleaning too.

    • That’s great that the family are on board Amanda. I read a great article about not procrastinating and it’s proven to be a real time saver. Perfect for fitting everything in around a full time job.

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