Today I added a store to foodiecure (see tab above). It’s a bit crude and will evolve over time, but for now I have a home for products I talk about and link to.
Full disclosure: some products are listed because I love ’em and talk about ’em and make no financial gain from. Some I get affiliate income (for example Sarah Wilson’s e-books) and some are my own products (such as cooking lessons and e-books and other products to be added).
For the past 2.5 years I’ve been writing content and developing this blog. Many, many hours have gone into this, so far I have 102 posts, 14 pages and 328 comments. This, might I add, has been dispersed between full time work, part time work, casual work, free work, full time study, part time study, travel and a tiny social life…all just to make ends meet, learning as much as I can and paying if forward. Providing what I learn – my expertise – free of charge has always been the intended goal. And I want to keep it that way.
A store serves two purposes;
1. easy access to get products I talk about that you’re interested in
2. keeping foodiecure in operation
The second point generates a third reason; to keep you all informed, inspired and learning more of the poetic science that is Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Look after yourself,