Yesterday was Dinner is Vegan's first birthday, and sometime last night the blog passed the 10,000 page views mark. I'd say that's pretty good timing!
I've certainly enjoyed blogging for the past year. It's been nice to have an ongoing project to challenge me and occupy my new-found, post-graduation free time. I've enjoyed sharing the great (and not so great) recipes I've made with the vegan and non-vegan world. And it's kind of cool to to have a record of the vast majority of the recipes I've made over the past year.
At the same time, I'm planning to rethink Dinner is Vegan a bit. We all know that cooking can take up a considerable amount of time on its own, and it turns out that the blogging process takes up a significant amount of time as well. As my time commitments grow elsewhere and as I start a new, more time- and energy-consuming job in the near future, I'm planning to cut down a bit on the frequency of my blog posts. Whether that means posting one recipe per week or simply blogging about only the greatest recipes we make, I still do plan to blog. But, I want blogging to be something I enjoy doing--not something that's stressful and burdensome.
I hope you stick with the blog as it enters year two! Thanks for reading.