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Blog Posts Part 2 – It’s been a while crocodile

Welcome back to my 2 part catch up posts. As mentioned in Part 1, I was very disheartened with all things blog so I let it go into hiatus for a while. I felt like my posts were just sliding along into oblivion. Now my view on it all is I’m just doing it because I like to do it not because it’s going to make me popular or get a bazillion followers. So all the people who send me emails offering to boost the SEO on posts – you’re out of luck with me.

I think I’m up to February? The dawning of the age of the Thermomix. I had held a Thermomix demo (known as a Cooking Experience) before Christmas and loved the product…a lot! My interest was first piqued when I needed to mill nuts to make cashew cheese. My host, Maria mentioned that with my food background that I could be an asset to their team and Ian overrode my underwhelming enthusiasm for selling and said “Yes Michelle would love it”. So I became a member of the TMX Rockets team and he’s right – I do love it. Still not the selling as much but the product, the team, the cooking classes, the whole lot. After being part of a largish team for a very long time, then only being with myself and lately Ian, it’s been just fab to have friends at work again 🙂

Cooking has for a very long time been my greatest interest. In February, March and still continuing I began recipe testing for a digital Thermocooking magazine 4 Blades https://mag.the4blades.com/. I thought I’d just send them a few shots to see if they like them and they have published one already with one more still coming. Now that was a thrill – to see your photo “published” and a great honour.

April and May I have been working on a project for a very dear friend of mine involving cooking the traditional way and recipes and photographs. Hopefully I’ll be able to share the details soon. I also participated in a Photography Retreat https://www.photographyretreatssa.com/ which has expanded my photography skills and given me another group to hang out in.

I have created simple goals “Cook – Take Photos” and I’m looking for clarity on how to make those goals become a financial reality alongside the Thermomix business. Please feel free to share any suggestions to help make that happen 😛 In the meantime I’ll just be posting on FB, maybe some blog posts along the way but definitely plodding along baking and cooking – I’d love to hear from you 🙂

5 Comments
  • Annette

    May 24, 2018 at 18:45 Reply

    So happy to catch up on all things Mossy. Reading about you being able to leave some emotional baggage on the carousel is SO great, I’m thrilled for you having that breakthrough. ❤️
    I’m glad you enjoyed India, and that you’ve been finding new places to connect and create. Such important stuff!
    Keep cooking and snapping Michelle, and blogging too!!

    • Michelle Boyd

      May 24, 2018 at 20:28 Reply

      Thanks Annette. I wish I had done the NLP sessions earlier in my life but it’s no use living with regret. You’ve always been my number one cheerleader & I am truly grateful for that 🙂 I quite often think back to you telling me that you can’t start a project and be perfect at it right from the start and it calms my farm.

  • Deb

    May 24, 2018 at 19:50 Reply

    Your awesome watever you do Michelle. And Ian can ‘tag’ well too 😘💗

    • Michelle Boyd

      May 24, 2018 at 20:33 Reply

      Oh thanks Deb for that wonderful comment. It’s comments like yours that give me confidence 🙂

  • Marcellina

    June 6, 2018 at 12:17 Reply

    Hi Michelle! Saw you were making that delicious budino (won’t let any secrets out 😜) on Aussie Food Bloggers and thought I have to check this blogger out. What a lovely surprise! Your blog is great and you have so much experience! I too am like you. While I would love my blog to forge ahead, I don’t seem to know or have the time for all the details of blogging so I do it because I love it! Can’t wait to see more recipes up!

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