Best Food Blogs of 2014 Do you love reading food blogs as much as we do? With so many blogs out there, it can be easy to get lost in a sea of sites. We’ve compiled our annual list of blogs that are worthy of making it into your regular reading rotation. Paris, photo, déco, mode, tendances, humeurs et caetera One Love Photo The Pessimiss My sock/heel dabble has ignited a hunger for more trends to try, more experiments, more troublesome mornings spent tearing through piles of clothes and leaving the house in utter uncertainty. It makes things interesting. We often settle on a cycle of easy outfits that reoccur periodically, and then lapse into periods of thoughtless, uninspired dressing because we need to get to work or college for the day. Okay, so there are days when I slip into my easy (aka hangover) outfit, but I always make sure to include some small little gem that speaks volumes about my personality.
Mediterranean Diet Pyramid Oldways, the Harvard School of Public Health, and the European Office of the World Health Organization introduced the classic Mediterranean Diet in 1993 at a conference in Cambridge, MA, along with a Mediterranean Diet Pyramid graphic to represent it visually. This pyramid continues to be a well-known guide to what is now universally recognized as the “gold standard” eating pattern that promotes lifelong good health. It has been widely used for years by consumers, educators, and health professionals alike to implement healthier eating habits. The pyramid was created using the most current nutrition research to represent a healthy, traditional Mediterranean diet. Pomegranate Power Bites This healthy treat is made entirely from only three whole foods (plus spices) and is vegan, gluten-free, grain-free and raw. My secret ingredients are cardamom and pomegranate molasses which give it a Mediterranean vibe. With my nutrition clients, I tend to steer clear of prescribing any pre-packaged diet (e.g. Paleo, Thrive, etc) and instead tailor healthy lifestyle strategies to where they are and where they want to be with their overall well-being.
Yes, you can make money from food blogging! I started Oh My Veggies as a hobby. I never thought I’d make money from food blogging, but now it’s my full-time job. How did this happen?! Well, I’ll tell you! What Do Readers Want from their Favorite Food Blogs? A few weeks back, I sent out a survey to newsletter subscribers. After more than 6 years of blogging, I wanted to hear from you. Not just in the comment section. Not just via contact form. The State of Food Blogging Survey Results When asked what factors are important in determining whether a blogger would attend a food blogger conference, the most important four factors (out of 14 to choose from) in order were: Cleary, bloggers are looking at costs and schedule when determining whether to attend a conference and are more concerned about the content quality than they are about receiving free gifts or perks from sponsors, which is to their credit. Part VI: Blogging in the United States
Workshops - Annette Joseph Join us for this once in a lifetime creative retreat on the Italian Riviera. This photographic retreat will immerse you in the Riviera lifestyle. Stroll the palm-lined boardwalk of a seaside town Alassio, taste the ocean bounty and handmade pasta. Enjoy retro vibe of this little Italian beach town while capturing your best images along the way. 'Traditional' Mediterranean Diet Isn't What You Think It’s not what most people think of when they envision the famously light, healthy “Mediterranean diet.” But hearty dishes like smoked game meats; the mélange of cabbage, fish, eggs, cheese, olive oil, pepper, garlic and sweet wine dubbed monokythron (literally, “one-pot”); and the fermented fish sauce garum were once common fare in the region whose traditional dietary patterns are now seen by many as a global model for better eating. Evidence that the Mediterranean diet as we now know it was not predominant in the region during the long Byzantine era (roughly the years 330 to 1453) has been gathered by Dr.
Meta Description - What it is and how it can help your blog The meta description is an often overlooked SEO element. In this post we’ll discuss what the meta description is, why it’s important, how to find the meta description, how to change your meta description, and some basic advice for optimizing the meta description for your food blog. Side note: Isn’t all of this internet marketing/web optimization/SEO/online business stuff so cool? I’m so incredibly grateful to be able to learn, write, and share this with you guys. Thanks for checking out this post and for being a part of Food Blogger Pro (in whatever way that might be).