Being a full-time blogger and college student definitely has its moments. Between my posts on here and the amount of writing I do for college, I could easily write a few novels. Add a 6 month old into the mix and you can start to imagine my daily life. There is never a dull moment. Each day for me is a new adventure with new challenges to face.
To give everyone an update, I just finished my first course having turned in my Final Draft a few days ago. For those who may not know, I am currently working towards my Bachelor’s Degree in Audio Production through Full Sail University. Music much like blogging and cooking has always been a passion of mine. In my opinion, great food and great music go hand-in-hand. Through my degree I am able to network with various musical artists and recording studios allowing me to learn more about the industry as I go.
Being a student with Full Sail University has taught me the value of believing in myself. I am constantly pushing myself to be better. With that being said, if I miss a day of posting recipes, I probably had a major assignment due. My goal is to show my son when he is older that he can accomplish his dreams with hard work and determination. Like most parents, I want to be someone my son looks up to and can be proud of in life.
The biggest question I have been getting is in regards to the cookbook I am currently working on. “Is the cookbook being put on hold?” To answer this simply; absolutely not. The only way I would put a hold on writing the cookbook, is if I got deathly sick. So far, so good. With Covid-19 going around, I am taking every precaution necessary to maintain my health. In short, I am like a hermit and only come out of hiding when absolutely needed.
In all, I just want to thank each of you for your continued support as I work through this obstacle we call life. Knowing that there are people out there who enjoy my content means the world to me. You all inspire and push me to be better. May you each stay blessed! Happy Friday!
Quote of the Day
“Happiness is not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt