Hello and welcome to another episode of the podcast – today I want to share key takeaways from the 30 Recipes in 30 Days Challenge we are doing inside Get Paid to Get Published during our July and August Recipe Camp.
During the month of July in Recipe Camp we’re heightening our awareness of ingredient lists and recipe processes that are all around us, whether we’re cooking food in our own kitchen, or traveling and eating food in a restaurant or in someone else’s kitchen.
Awareness of what we’re eating and cooking and the documentation of what we cook and eat helps us create new ideas for recipes for our projects.
Tune in to hear the key takeaways from Get Paid to Get Published students who are participating in the 30 Recipes in 30 Days Challenge to include their wins, what they’re struggling with, and what they may need to start or stop thinking or doing to reach their goal of creating 30 new recipes in 30 days.
Listen to Episode 203 below:
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