It was with a lot of thought and a little bit of sadness that I decided to make all of my previous posts private, except for the recipes that I have posted over the past few months.
What started out as a personal blog, documenting the trials, tribulations and triumphs of me becoming a pastry chef and the 1st year after graduation, now needs to take a new direction. It needs to become a professional website, where potential customers and interested parties can see what I do on a professional basis.
This decision was made on the back of getting the very talented people from Design and Code, who set up this site for me in the first place (as I took my first steps to becoming a pastry chef), to make me a flyer to promote my professional home baking business. With www.bakeblog.co.uk highlighted boldly on the front of the flyer, I decided that, as with the flyer, my website now needs to highlight a different stage in my second career.
For those have followed my journey up until now and have enjoyed my story and anecdotes, thank you for your readership and comments. It is always heartening to see the view count climbing.
While my site may need to focus more on my baking and less on my personal journey going forward, I trust that my posts will still be of interest to those who have read my posts to date and any new visitors to the site. Knowing me, it will be very difficult to leave out personal anecdotes anyway.