Episode 13 | Comparison Has No Place in the Kitchen

On this episode of The Seamless Kitchen Show, I'm talking about comparison and how we often measure our own success in the kitchen against the mental images we have of perfect food, against our friends' kitchens or cooking, and even against our upbringing.

I'm shedding light on how, if you're not defining success for yourself when it comes to how you feed your family, then you're never going to feel like you're getting anywhere with your efforts. And I'll show you how to order your efforts so that they're in line with what you really want for your family.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • How to identify the outside sources of "success" that we compare ourselves to. Once you're aware, you can do something about it.

  • Four places you can find inspiration when determining success for yourself so that you know you're on-track.

  • Two steps you can make now, toward actually writing out what success means for your family, so you feel like every daily and weekly action around food adds up to something bigger than just getting dinner on the table.

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