In yesterday’s post I mentioned that my new goal for the second half of the year is to focus on my second blog, Dairy Free Daisy. I also want to document my journey with the blog by sharing journal-style entries here on PGT, analysing changes in Google Analytics and much more. Basically, I want to get to December and look back at what I hope will be a positive trajectory for the DFD blog.
A little dairy-free background
I’ve been dairy-free for years because of my eczema. I started by cutting down on the dairy I consumed when I was at uni. I then totally cut out cheddar cheese followed by milk and everything else. It was a long process but each time I reduced my dairy intake I saw an improvement in my eczema.
Let me tell you, it’s hard or at least it was 10 years ago when I started this journey. I don’t think it’s as hard these days. There are just so many dairy-free and lactose-free alternatives on the market which can ease the transition into a dairy-free lifestyle.
What’s the plan with Dairy Free Daisy
So, in my previous post I mentioned that DFD was going to be my big goal for the next 6 months.
I’ve spent a lot of time researching and trying out milk alternatives, dairy-free products and creating free-from recipes. I want to share these finds with others and show people that it’s not as hard as it once was to cut dairy from your diet.
I want to make DFD one of my income streams. That way, I can then return this blog, Prettygreentea back to being a journal-style blog where I share my love of small businesses, life and parenting.
DFD to-do list
I also have lots of little tasks to do such as:
Finding and implementing a new theme on the blog
Creating a strong recognisable brand through imagery, fonts and colours
Updating Google Analytics to track progression over the next 6 months
Updating Skimlinks and Amazon affiliates to ensure they work
There are many others things to do but I don’t want to start with an overwhelming list. This is a starting point alongside photographing and uploading my favourite recipes.
If you’re interested in keeping me accountable or want to discover the best dairy-free brands and recipes then please feel free to support me on the following channels:Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook