I have some big news to share!

Not long ago i quit my job at General Mills to focus on my blog page full-time. This is an enormous decision for me to make, but after recognizing how unhappy I had been focusing on my commercial full time work, blogging at night and having virtually no social lifestyle, I knew it was time and energy to make the modification. Actually I needed a change in my life. I have been a passionate person and I realized that I wasn’t exercising what I preached. I was resisting change and moving forward because I had been frightened of the unidentified. Important thing, I wasn’t performing what I adored and I knew that I needed my heart to be in my work.
They state that doing what your afraid of will set you free. This has been therefore true for me. My creativity is alive once again and I’m beaming from ear to ear. My whole attitude has changed.
To offer a little more perspective: A few a few months into Ambitious Kitchen, it become my interest. I wanted to talk about my like for meals, encourage healthful living and share my experiences with all of you! Initially, I always thought that climbing a commercial ladder would make me happy and determine my success, but that wasn’t accurate whatsoever. I made the decision that my success was going to be dependant on me, living wholeheartedly, having freedom, being innovative, and uninhibited. I didn’t desire to be a slave to something that I didn’t value. Each day I walked in to the office and felt as though I was a robot. Not just that, but the job was incredibly stressful and at the age of 25, I didn’t Want that. I wanted to have the ability to explore my passions also to gradually work through my concern with the unknown.
So 1 day I walked in to the office and walked from stability, an excellent salary, a title, and everything I knew. And it felt amazing. There are no regrets! If blogging full-time doesn’t work, that’s okay with me, but at least I tried and took the chance. That alone will probably be worth it.
Many people have asked me how to grow an effective blog, but We don’t have one answer. I certainly don’t think that this blog is ideal nor do I ever believe that I would get it done full time. For a lot of, I think it’s hard to try understand how you may make any income from blogging, but it can be done! It’s a combined mix of many things but primarily it’s hard work and passion. If you have both of these, I believe you could be successful in anything you do.
Uhhh it’s amazingly moist from both the pumpkin and zucchini, low fat, and made with whole grains. You are going to absolutely like the flavor and moisture from the bread. I couldn’t obtain enough from it. I made a loaf for my mom and something for my companion and then couldn’t resist making a loaf for myself and sticking it within the fridge seasoning for pig feet when company comes. I believe this might just be a new preferred!
To maintain it light, I used honey (nevertheless, you could try maple syrup), minimal oil, and almond milk. I think you guys are going to LOVE LOVE LOVE this breads. If you make it, be sure to talk about your creations with me on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #ambitiouskitchen!
5.0 from 3 reviews
Ingredients
1 1/2 cups whole wheat grains or white whole wheat grains
1 teaspoon cooking soda
1/3 cup honey
1 egg
Instructions
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a 9 in . loaf skillet with nonstick cooking food spray.
In a big bowl, whisk collectively flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and ginger.
In another large dish combine pumpkin, zucchini, honey, oil, egg, and vanilla until well combined and steady. Whisk in almond milk. Add wet substances to dry ingredients and combine until just mixed. Gently collapse in chocolate potato chips, reserving a few for sprinkling on top. Bake for 50-60 minutes or until toothpick arrives clean. Cool on cable rack for 10-15 moments, then remove bread from skillet and transfer to wire rack to complete cooling.
You can also bake these into muffins, but may need to adjust baking time. I would check them at 20 a few minutes.
You can use various kinds of chocolate chips to create this bread your own. Add a handfull of toasted pecans or walnuts for healthful fats.
I really like adding 1/2 glass of coconut to the bread to make it extra particular.
Gah Monique, I’m thrilled for you! I made exactly the same jump earlier this year – haven’t really announced it on your blog – but it’s been the best decision I could have available. When working full time while blogging and health coaching on the side (and trying to truly have a regular life) I felt like I wasn’t able to provide 100% to anything. I actually felt like I was floundering.
I’m still crazy active and it’s a hustle being self-employed but it’s fun and I proud to say that I REALLY LIKE my job because more and more people spend their life time unhappy or unfulfilled by their careers.
You go young lady!
If you ever need someone to speak to (a co-worker of kinds) feel free to hit me personally up.
x Paula from Amsterdam
first and foremost, CONGRATULATIONS!! This is a huge step, but I’m sure you feel more than pleased!!
In the event that you continue cooking like this, mama-mia, I for just one know I will be returning more often Great recipe!!

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