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As a journalist, writer and blogger, as well as an editor and social media manager, Sarah W. Caron shares her expertise.

My 2019 Goals and a Look Back on my 2018 Goals

Hello, 2019. It’s so nice to see you. You’re looking all spiffy and new. Seriously though, can you believe it’s 2019? It seems like just yesterday we were welcoming 2018. Then, suddenly it was summer then back to school then Thanksgiving and now a New Year. What does it say about a year when it …

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Announcing The Super Easy 5-Ingredient Cookbook

Looking for a 5-ingredient cookbook to make mealtime easier? The Super Easy 5-Ingredient Cookbook by Sarah Walker Caron is just what you need. Now Available! Signed copies! Exclusively available at The Briar Patch in Bangor, Maine Also available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Target | A friendly indie near you I. Am. So. …

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Garlic Ginger Soy Marinated Steak Tips

The rich marinade gives this Garlic Ginger Soy Marinated Steak Tips a pleasant flavor that pairs nicely with rice and sauteed veggies. Night after night, I stared at the screen. I willed the words to come, opening blank documents and bare blog posts. But they wouldn’t. They didn’t. Days went by. Then a week. Then …

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What Happened to the Food Blogging Community of 10 Years Ago?

A look at the food blogging community, then and now. It’s changed substantially since the early days in 2005-2009. Can we ever go back? When I first started blogging about food in 2005, the landscape of blogging was so different. There weren’t Facebook groups chatting about monetization or courses for learning about analytics. We weren’t …

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Exploring Creative Processes: Writing Spaces and Herbal Teas

Dunkin’ Donuts has a new line of premium hot teas, perfect for sipping in your quiet writing space — if you’re a writer like me. This post was sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts but all opinions are my own. There’s a dim nook inside my bedroom. It’s narrow — barely more than three feet wide, if …

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Food Blogger’s Annual Thanksgiving Celebration

Early yesterday morning, I awoke to a car pulling into the driveway and the front door opening. My husband Shawn rushed into the house, dropping my keys on my nightstand. He’d accidentally taken them with him to work, and returned because I needed them. After all, it was the Saturday after Thanksgiving and this year’s …

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Being Vulnerable (Thoughts on Brené Brown’s Daring Greatly)

A few years ago, so much was happening for me and I was over the moon about it. There were big writing contracts, trips happening and videos being made. In the photos above, I was prepping for a photo shoot in Betty Crocker studios. I’d just filmed a cooking video. I felt like things were …

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