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Episode 148: EBT Replay – 20 Ways Self Care Can Help Grow Your Business with Megan Porta

In episode 148, we are sharing a replay of an episode published earlier this year because within the EBT community we are putting a focus on self care this month. Be sure to sign up at the member level to get access to ALL of the self care goodies we’ve created for you. Self care is one of our personal PASSIONS and we so strongly believe that it is the KEY to finding greater success with your business. .

We cover 20 ways you can start practicing self love from being a time protector, carving out time for creativity to making sleep a priority.

Listen on the player below or on iTunesTuneInStitcher, or your favorite podcast player. Or scroll down to read a full transcript.

Takeaways

Self care plays a vital role in your food blogging journey because the better you are taking care of yourself, THE MORE SUCCESSFUL YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE! The more creativity will flow through your content. The more money you will make. The clearer your visions will be and the more productive you will be.

In this episode we cover 20 ways you can start practicing self love. Head to episode 078 for show notes and transcript on the original episode.

Ready To Continue Improving Your Mindset?

Megan shares what she learned from The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss in episode 116 to help you work towards greater success with your business.


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Head over to the Eat Blog Talk forum post about episode #148 to leave any questions or comments. We’d love to hear from you!

Megan
Megan

Megan started her food blog Pip and Ebby in 2010 and food blogging has been her full-time career since 2013. Her passion for blogging has grown into an intense desire to help fellow food bloggers find the information, insight, and community they need in order to find success.

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