Today is the final post in the series, “The Chef Wives are Talking . . .” I hope you have loved reading through all these articles as much as I have. It’s so nice to know someone else can relate to my crazy life!
If after these 5 weeks you know of a blog or blog post that has something to do with being married to a chef, dating a chef or having children with a chef, please leave the link in the comments below so we can all read it!
For the last two posts in this series, I’m going to share with you blogs that are entirely dedicated to being married to or dating a chef. A LOT of work goes into writing a blog, especially one in a specific niche like this. Some of the blogs have just a few posts and others have many. I am thankful these ladies were willing to be vulnerable and share their lives with us. It’s not easy.
(Don’t forget to comment on a post if you like it. As a blogger, it’s nice to know you’re writing to someone instead of just writing to the air.)
I’m back this week with some more reading material for you. I hope you have been enjoying these posts and that they help you feel like you are not so alone! I know that’s how I felt when I first read them.
I’m back this week with another set of blog posts about being married to or dating a chef. Just like last week, these posts are on lifestyle blogs (where the bloggers write about a variety of topics) and they just happen to be married to a chef. 🙂
I hope you enjoy reading them and I’m sure they would love it if you would comment on the posts if you can relate!
Before I send you on your way, I’m looking for chef wives and girlfriends to guest post on my blog. There are more details here, but I thought I’d mention it in case you had some time tonight and would like to write. 🙂
I don’t know about you, but I really enjoy reading what other chef wives and girlfriends have to say about this crazy life we live being married to a chef.
I’m guessing you enjoy reading about it too since you are on my blog right now. (Thanks!)
If you’ve never written a blog before, it’s not as easy as you think. A lot of time goes into writing posts and even more time goes in to promoting them. (Because who wants to take all that time write a post and only have 5 people read it?)
It’s also a bit of a risk. I’m just a normal person who is willing to share part of my life on the internet. That’s a bit scary if you think about it. I will always be honest when sharing about our family, and because of that, sometimes it’s really personal and I’m not quite sure how people will respond. That’s tough.