Only 3 hours ago, I was a complete iPhone virgin. Now? I’m head-over-heels obsessed.
I’ve already set up an Instagram account, synced my Twitter, and downloaded the WordPress app. In other words, now I have no excuse not to say hello to all of you lovely people.
If you’re interested in hearing more from me, please follow my Twitter (@kabochavore) and Instagram feed (@kabochavore). Check out what yummy things I’m cooking up here!
Oh hello there, lovely people! How are you today?
After a longer than expected hiatus, I’m back and ready to blog it up. I’ve been so busy with work and college prep that I wasn’t sure I would be able to dedicate the amount of energy I wanted to my little part of the internet and to you, my lovely readers. I thank you all for your continued support and love. Thanks to Twitter, I’ve seen a few new faces popping up around Kabochavore, and I couldn’t be more excited about it. Welcome!
I have lots of new projects in the works, including writing for One Green Planet (check it out here) and hopefully launching my own little bakery business on campus. I look forward to sharing my college journey with you, as well as continuing to improve the blogging that you have all come to know. New posts will include more delicious recipes, how-to posts on food and life, and anything that inspires me (and hopefully you, too). I’m pumped, and I hope you are, too!
Although I’m ready to start blogging regularly again, I do have one slight problem. I host Kabochavore.com through WordPress, which has a set amount of memory. Unfortunately, I have almost reached my max! Are there any bloggers or web geniuses out there that can give me some advice? I don’t know if I should switch to a new platform (such as self-hosting on Bluehost, Dream host, etc.) or just buy more memory here. What’s your take?
Now that you know what I’ve been up to, I’d love to hear from you. How’s your summer been? What foods are you currently making you salivate? Where do you draw your inspiration from?
Love. Encouragement. Bliss.