All posts tagged: cooking

Pursuing Your Passion with Sarah Fennel of Broma Bakery

As a blogger myself, I understand the ups and downs that come with running your own website. However, I find the positive definitely outweighs the negative. I had a conversation with photographer and blogger Sarah Fennel about how to overcome obstacles that may come with blogging and her perspective on pursuing your dreams. I also learned that we share the same belief about butter. YHM: Under your ‘about me’ page, you mention that Broma Bakery is your way of sharing your love of food with others while indulging in your passion for photography. What else do you love about blogging? Sarah Fennel: One thing that I really love about blogging is that you can connect with other people. You can get a lot of feedback on what you love doing and you can see what other people are doing as well. If it excites me then others will be excited about it too. YHM: Have you come across any obstacles and/or difficulties from blogging? If so, how did you overcome them? SF: It can be really easy to compare yourself …

Hey Foodies; Meet Canadian Blogger Mijune Pak

Mijune Pak, owner of the popular craving-inducing blog “Follow Me Foodie,” seriously loves food. With over 9,000 Twitter followers and a huge fan base, this Vancouver native is no stranger to the success that following your passions can bring. YHM spoke with Mijune, who’s a total sweetheart; she dished on everything from organic foods to eating live octopus (check out the video here). With her positive attitude, obvious enthusiasm for food and learning, and her educated views on life, Mijune is certainly a figure to look up to when you’re not sure how to love yourself or your current path. YHM: What is “Follow Me Foodie” all about? Mijune Pak (MP): “Follow Me Foodie” is a restaurant, food, and travel blog. My sister inspired the blog while I was traveling in Europe, where I spent my last semester in university studying and experiencing life abroad. When my sister asked me what I was going to do with the photos I had taken of the foods, I told her I just wanted to remember what I ate! She …