FAQ

Here are some of my most frequently asked questions over the years!

 

What is your food philosophy?

I thrive on a diet made up of whole, plant-based foods that are minimally processed and organically grown whenever possible. I still make room for dessert and believe a balanced diet makes room for indulgences like chocolate or sweet treats (in moderation…usually!). For many years I identified with the vegan label, however in March 2015 I decided to go label-free because I found the external pressure to be perfect was overwhelming. I no longer use a label to define my diet or lifestyle, but I continue to enjoy eating a wide variety of vegetables, fruit, beans, nuts, seeds, legumes, gluten-free whole grains, healthy fats, and unrefined sugars in my diet. I always encourage my readers to do what works best for you. If that means ascribing to a certain label or having no label at all, I support your choice!

 

What is the Oh She Glows mission?

My mission is to show you how to find your inner and outer glow through mouth-watering and crowd-pleasing plant-based recipes. I believe that we can change our food system through sharing delicious recipes with loved ones. I take great pride in sharing recipes that anyone with any kind of diet can enjoy. Readers from all over the world have told me that my recipes won over their “meat and potatoes” dad, picky kids, or other vegetable skeptics. Try the recipes for yourself and see!

 

How do I get started?

It all starts with trying just one recipe! My advice is to try a new recipe every week or every few days and pick some quick and easy recipes to begin with so you don’t feel overwhelmed, such as my Classic Green Monster Smoothie, 5-Minute Oatmeal Power Bowl, or 15-Minute Creamy Avocado Pasta. I always say focus on what you are adding to your diet, such as new foods, recipes, or cooking methods, rather than what you are taking away.

 

What foods should I stock my pantry with?

See my Pantry chapter in The Oh She Glows Cookbook for a detailed list explaining all of my most-used pantry staples.

 

Which unrefined sugars do you use in your recipes?

I primarily use pure maple syrup since it’s found abundantly in Canada. Not to mention it tastes ah-mazing! I also use coconut sugar, blackstrap molasses, and Medjool dates. Once in a while if I feel that a recipe needs traditional sugar (such as a cupcake recipe) I will use organic cane sugar or organic brown sugar. If a recipe needs a sticky liquid sweetener for binding purposes I use brown rice syrup or coconut nectar syrup.

 

Where can I find your cookbook? Do you have plans of writing any more cookbooks in the future?

The Oh She Glows Cookbook is sold in retailers all over North America, Australia, United Kingdom, and more. You can find a list of online retailers here. It’s a New York Times Bestseller as well as a bestseller here in Canada. Chapters/Indigo selected The Oh She Glows Cookbook as their Book of the Year for 2014.

Yes, I am hard at work on my second cookbook! It’s slated to drop in the first half of 2016. It will be plant-based and will feature many quick and easy recipes to reflect our busy lifestyle as business owners and new parents. Please keep following my blog and social media for cookbook updates! You can also follow the hashtag #osgcookbook2 for behind the scenes fun!

 

How can I rate one of your recipes? Why don’t some recipes have a rating system?

To rate a recipe, click on the post containing the recipe you want to rate. Scroll down to the comment section and find the comment box. Leave your comment and rate the recipe out of 5 stars by clicking on the stars below the comment box. When you publish your comment your rating will appear and it will also go into the database that calculates the average recipe score.

Some recipes don’t yet have a recipe rating system because we are currently implementing our new rating system into old recipes. All recipes should be updated with time.

 

What brand of blender/food processor/mixer/juicer do you have?

For all of my loved kitchen appliances, please see my Amazon store for the complete product listing.

 

When did you start Oh She Glows?

I started Oh She Glows on October 31, 2008. You can read my first post, Boo, if you’d like to see where it all began.

 

Why did you decide to write a blog?

I started the blog with hopes of talking about food and my recovery from an eating disorder. Even though it felt terrifying to talk about so openly, I reassured myself that no one was reading anyway. However, within the first few months, my readership grew rapidly. Before long, I had connected with other women and men from all over the world. It ended up being therapeutic and healing to talk about my 10-15 year long battle with food and weight because for the first time I realized I wasn’t alone. I didn’t have to hide anymore.

In the beginning, the blog didn’t really have a focus; I wrote about anything and everything. As my relationship with food improved, I narrowed my focus on creating healthy, plant-based recipes. Oh She Glows is now a celebration of my renewed zest for life and the good food I enjoy along the way. Not coming from a food or photography background, I had to teach myself how to cook, style, and shoot my creations. It’s been an adventure to say the least and I have learned so much!

 

Why did you call the blog Oh She Glows?

The name represents the happy glow that comes from the inside when you treat yourself well and lead a balanced lifestyle. When I was in recovery from an eating disorder, my friend Leah told me something I will never forget: “I can tell that you’re being good to yourself because you have a real glow now that you didn’t have before.” Her words always stuck with me and it became my goal to glow throughout recovery. When I was brainstorming blog names, I wanted something that was catchy and had the word “glow” in it. I first thought of ‘She Glows’, but I discovered that the domain was already taken, so I decided on ‘Oh She Glows’. I’m really glad that I didn’t go with ‘She Glows’ because I feel like Oh She Glows is a great fit. To this day, the name still has a lot of personal meaning in my life and I’m sure it always will.

 

Can I use one of your recipes on my own blog?

If you have not changed the original recipe I prefer that you simply link to the original. If you have changed the recipe significantly, feel free to post it along with your changes and a link back to the original recipe.

 

Can I use your pictures or recipes on my blog?

Please do not use any of my photographs or content without permission.

 

Where can I learn more about the press/media Oh She Glows has had?

You can view my Press page here.

 

What kind of camera equipment do you use?

I recently upgraded to the Canon 5D Mark III body which I love. My most-used lens for food photography is the 100 mm 2.8.

All other camera equipment (such as tripods and gear heads) can be found in my Amazon photography store.

 

For my Disclaimer page, please see here. Also, check out my About page.

Thank you for reading!

Lauren April 10, 2012

Hi! Im in LOVE with your blog. I use to be vegan, and I got pregnant and everything changed due to HEAVY cravings. Im now vegetarian, and i realllllyy want to transition back into being vegan again, I felt AMAZING being vegan, not to mention so much healthier. But, Im having such a hard time with vegan ever since having my son, especially with trying to afford food being a single mom, on a tight budget.
any advice on transitioning to vegan, and ways to STAY vegan on a budget?

Angela (Oh She Glows) April 11, 2012

Hey Lauren,

I’m writing a post today that will list a huge vegan shopping guide…different stores online and in person. Hopefully this will help you get the best bang for your buck.

Melani April 20, 2012

Thank you so much for writing this blog. I work with individuals who struggle with eating disorders, and it can be a real challenge finding recipe/lifestyle sites that are appropriate resources for clients. Congratulations on finding and pursuing your life’s passion! (Your recipes are delicious, too!)

Angela (Oh She Glows) April 20, 2012

Thank you Melani, that means so much to me.

Shelly April 21, 2012

Thank you for sharing your story and being such an inspiration!

Angela April 23, 2012

I don’t remember how I found you because I just started this blog thing and I am sooooo confused! Lol. But I’m sure glad I did!!! I think you are amazing And I love your website! I am definately interested in your cookbook and hope all your fabulous recipes are in it! I myself am a bit of a carnivore but I love taking a break from it and eating earthy!! I would love to follow you but I can’t figure out how, I can’t even figure out how to add your blog in my “follow blog” site in word press. If you have any suggestions for me I would love to hear them! Looking forward to reading more on your site and trying your recipes!

Good luck girl! You are a shining star!!!!

Angela (Oh She Glows) April 23, 2012

Thank you Angela! :)
I have follow me icons on my right side bar. Do those help at all?

KATHY MALLET April 30, 2012

Hi Angela, fell on your amazing website by chance and love it! Im not vegan, but the recipes sure does interest me. The reason why I am writing to you; Im a 34 years old healthy+athletic women that LOVES TO EAT! Unfortunatly…sometimes I eat more than I need. Good and bad food. I know whats good for me, but still eats the bad…even if they make me feel not that great…didnt find the perpose yet. Is it auto-sabotage? Control? Sure there is boredom and emotion involved…but here in Moncton, I dont know anywhere I could get the help I need. Deep down, I am just working on loving myself and eat without gilt. Kathy xo

Audra April 30, 2012

Can you recommend a brand of nutritional yeast? I’ve tried two different brands so far and they both taste like sawdust???

sarah Bradley June 7, 2012

Hi I have a question regarding your recipes…..what is the serving amount on them….I have a family of 5 but im thinking the recipes that you post might be for 2? thank you.

Angela (Oh She Glows) June 7, 2012

Hi Sarah, I post the yield/servings in each recipe. I hope that helps!

Cynthia June 10, 2012

I made the Lemon Tahini Dressing and just love, love, love it. I also use it as a dip for raw veggies. I would like to know how long can you keep this dressing? I made mine three weeks ago and I have it in a well-sealed glass jar in the fridge. I use it about once a week and well I smelled the dressing today, and it still smells good. There is dressing for one more salad so do you think I could use it?
Ciao for now
C.

Kentucky Lady 717 June 23, 2012

Just discovered your blog per (My 2 cents with a grain of salt) it is great, do you offer a newsletter and if so how can I sign up ?
Love your Green Monster Drink recipe, will make when I get to the store….Thanks

Angela (Oh She Glows) June 23, 2012

Thank you, I’m glad you like it! There is an RSS and Email subscription on the right hand side bar, no actual newsletter as of yet, but hopefully soon.

Cynthia June 26, 2012

Hello!

I am a chilean-italian living in France… and here in the counrty of cuisine i have found my love for cooking…

I have become a vegan not so long time ago, although i was already eating less meat. For me all started as a support for animals since it makes me very sad how they are being treated. Now i just also feel great and so light and healthy.

But im worried cause i might start getting less protein and calcium?

Do you have any advices? i have always been so healthy and now that im feeling so good and more loving to cook i dont want to quit my new vegan life..

Courtney July 11, 2012

I can’t even tell you what a change your website has made in my life. Just a few short months ago, I was overweight and unhappy with high cholesterol and very high blood pressure. After I incorporated green monsters (which I now drink every day before my workout and LOVE!) and became a vegetarian, I’m down just over 20 pounds and I feel great! Even if I hadn’t lost any weight, I would’ve kept going, because I FEEL incredible! My skin is clear, my hair is shinier, and I’m in a much better disposition. I am working on my goal to become a complete vegan and I hope to continue on this path. Thank you SO much!!

Angela (Oh She Glows) July 11, 2012

Hey Courtney, Thank you so much for your kind comments! I’m so happy to hear about all of your changes. Congrats!

Caryn July 16, 2012

Hi,

I am a recent convert to veganism & came across your site while looking for recipes. My daughter, Meghan, is 13 months old so I’m always trying to find recipes to keep her interested :) Can you recommend any good recipes that are suitable for babies?
I also wanted to ask you if you prefer Almond milk to Soya milk & if you do, why?

Thanks.

Stephanie August 6, 2012

Hi Angela !

I have recently adapted a vegan lifestyle and your blog has inspired and got me through my transition from vegetarian to veganism – I don’t know what I would have done without it !
I am attending my first vegan potluck this weekend and I was wondering if you could suggest a crowd pleasing, no fail recipe (I want to make a good impression !!). Also I am from New Zealand and it is winter here so a preferably a recipe that uses more “wintery” ingredients !

Can’t wait for your book and hope I can get it shipped all the way over here !!

Angela (Oh She Glows) August 13, 2012

Hey Stephanie, Sorry for the delay in reply! I would suggest checking out my top salad recipes here: http://ohsheglows.com/2011/12/28/top-5-salad-recipes-of-2011/ I love the lightened up protein powder goddess bowl.

Lynn August 7, 2012

Hello:
I have been stalking your site, trying your recipes and enjoying every minute of it. I had a question about the egg substitutes, do you ever use Ener G Egg replacer and how do you compare it to chia egg and flax egg?
Thanks for all your effort, it has helped improve my life.

Angela (Oh She Glows) August 7, 2012

Hey Lynn, I used to use it more in the past, but then I challenged myself to make recipes without it and haven’t really used it since. It does work great though! I might have to use it in a vegan vanilla cake recipe because Im not having much luck otherwise.

Rita August 15, 2012

Do you have a newsletter that I could sign up for?
Thank you Kindly!

Angela (Oh She Glows) August 15, 2012

Hey Rita, Not yet but hopefully at some point!

El August 30, 2012

Hi Angela, I just found your blog. I was actually looking for a recipe and then started reading about you and that you have had an ED. You are so successful and happy and beautiful and it motivates me because I still am in denial a lot of the time and believe there is nothing wrong with me and my habits are normal. It sooo confusing. But you are proof that recovery is possible. I am 20 and have been struggling a lot with university and recovering at the same time, they are both so consuming.

Also, I have a few questions:
1) do you think being vegan somewhat restricts your options, I want to become vegetarian but my dietician says thats not a healthy behaviour at the moment because it restricts what I can eat
2) I have trouble with baking/cooking/preparing meals, I still live at home so lucky Mum does it now, I don’t feel safe around the kitchen as it leads to the uncontrolled/mindless eating or binges. I looove cooking and trying new recipes, I spend so much time on recipe blogs (which I know is terrible for my ED, because it makes me think about food a lot) but I just wanted to know how you cope with that, i feel like cooking and recipes feds my ED

3) I used to want to become a nutritionist or dietician, I currently studying pre med… but still really unsure about life. I think its not a good idea for me to go down the nutrition pathway as It will again fed my ED

I hope this makes sense to you, I would love to hear back from you!

All the best, XX

gyen September 1, 2012

I love your blog! And I’m not even a vegetarian, much less a vegan! I just like good, whole food, and yours is just that. I’d totally buy your cookbook, because I love everything you make! I make that tahini-lemon-nutritional yeast dressing all the time and serve it on whatever raw veggies I have on hand.

Thanks for offering so much of yourself: the blog must be a ton of work, but it is a huge blessing!

ruby September 18, 2012

Hello Angela!

I first came to your site through Buzzfeed where you were in a competition with Tiny Urban Kitchen sometimes in 2011 (?).

I just read through your “About” page and this F.A.Q and wanted to let you know that…

You are an inspiration to a happier future.

I love this quote from this post:

“I used to think that I was a product of my environment, but I now believe that I am in control of my happiness. Happiness did not come and find me. I created it…and I worked very hard for it.”

Desi September 24, 2012

Hello Angela!

As I was searching for vegan graham cracker recipes I came across yours and noticed that one of the ingredients is olive oil. I was just wondering what role the olive oil plays in the recipe? does it change the flavor of the cookie at all? Can it be substituted? Does it mess with the shelf life of the cookie?

Sorry for the load of questions but I figured if any one would know it would be you! Thank you very much and keep up with the awesome blog!!

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Desi

Angela (Oh She Glows) September 24, 2012

hey Desi, You can probably sub the olive oil for another oil of your choice! I wouldn’t omit it though.

Amber September 26, 2012

I’ve been recently turned onto your page/blog. I love baking and baking vegan. I’ve been looking for an awesome cranberry oatmeal cookie recipe that uses dates in it. Any suggestions?

Natasha October 1, 2012

Let me start by saying your story is inspirational, and your passion comes through with every post. The attention to detail amazes me!! I am a person who has recently made the lifestyle change of Veganism. Your website has helped me more than you know, every recipe I make is amazing and always a hit. I am however in Graduate school. I find myself busy and overwhelmed, my social life is now a distant memory and preparing meals is probably the only thing I do for myself these days. I was hoping you had some budgeting tips for the broke vegan?
:) Natasha

zara k. October 4, 2012

You’re story is so inspiring I teared up. I’ve been in college for 5 years studying something I have no interest in, and I find that 5-6 hours a day I’m online researching the vegan lifestyle and drawing pictures (alot of them having to do with veganism). I spend another 1-2 hours everyday cooking because it’s what I love to do. I am so close to graduating but I dread my life ahead of me as a high school teacher. I want to make a life change so bad, but school has drained me of all my money. Instead of having a pity party, I am going to look forward and hopefully make big changes after a few years of making money from teaching. Thank you for giving me hope that I can one day make a living doing what I love xo

Jaimie October 10, 2012

Hi! LOVE your blog; it is so beautiful! I am on Day 3 of attempting to eat vegan. I came here from Pinterest; someone posted your strawberry pancake recipe; it looks amazing! I was just wondering who designed your blog; I am looking for something similar to this for my business blog. Thank you!!

annie October 16, 2012

Thanks so much for your amazing blog! I am a vegan, however, I have to admit that I mostly eat frozen foods. I am trying to get into a healthier lifestyle and really need to buy a blender! Is there one that you recommend? I am trying to make smoothies and to make the pumpkin butter and other vegan recipes, it calls for it to be pureed. Anyone have any blenders that they could recommend? Thanks!

Char October 22, 2012

Where can I buy this Balsamic vinegar that you recommend? Thank you for such an informative and lovely blog. Can’t wait to try the vinegar.

Acetaia La Bonissima Balsamic Vinegar

Angela (Oh She Glows) October 23, 2012

Hey Char, I purchased it from Whole Foods. Goodluck!

Celia October 25, 2012

I love your recipes! I am neither vegan nor vegetarian but eat that way at least half the week and your recipes (the ones I have tried) are great. I have a question. What do you use that would replace evaporated milk or condensed milk in a recipe such as a pie or pumpkin roll. I am trying to replicate family recipes, making them healthy but tasting as much like the original, that have been passed down, as possible. Thanks for any ideas.

Angela (Oh She Glows) October 26, 2012

Hey Celia, I have made a condensed coconut milk before, maybe that could work? See my vegan bailey’s recipe: http://ohsheglows.com/2012/03/12/homemade-baileys-irish-creammade-vegan/

Celia October 28, 2012

Thank you, I will give it a try.

Cindy October 27, 2012

Hi Angela,
I am wanting to make your “Choc. Chip Blizzard”, but noticed it is for only 2 people, and I’m having a party. How do I increase ingredients properly?

Thx!
Cindy Burkey

cynthia October 30, 2012

hello Angela,

i love you oatmeal recipes…but i live in a small studio without kitchen for the moment, only a microwave…do you have any recipes i could try in the microwave to make my oatmeal in the morning? or is not possible?

thank you!

Heather Graham November 4, 2012

OMG I LOVE this blog so much! SO thankful I found this because I have been on a very restrictive diet for a while now and it’s starting to get to me. I am on Kimberly Snyder’s diet and it is lacking in the vegan recipe department haha! I’m hooked on your site, Angela!! I’d also LOVE a shout-out as I’m a pop/r&b recording artist in Atlanta working with Justin Bieber and Usher’s vocal coach, Jan Smith and two Grammy winning producers seeking exposure. I have a fashion and health blog too called “Glitter and Pearls” on Tumblr with my sister.
Just let your followers know I am a hard-working vegan woman, trying to make her career happen, like the rest of us. I write songs to empower women and my EP is in the works. Ok enough about me… Thanks again for your awesome site!!

Mary Rawlings November 9, 2012

If the photos above are from your own files, is there a recipe for the 3rd photo-the fruit-pie looking shot…or maybe those are your fruit tarts? So glad to find your site!

Jenny November 22, 2012

Hi! I LOVE all your recipes!! Please don’t ever go away! Your blog has saved my, “what do I make” blues!

I’m not sure if you’ll see this in time to respond, as I’m making one of your recipes for tomorrow (Thanksgiving). But even if you see it afterwards, I would still love a response. :)

In your, “Pumpkin Pie with Gluten-Free Pecan Crust” recipe, the filling calls for coconut cream or almond milk. My store was familiar with coconut cream, but said they didn’t sell it. Can I use full fat coconut milk instead? Or can I refrigerate canned coconut milk & use the fat on top? I’m just not familiar with coconut cream, so not sure on substitutions, if you could please advise. I can’t use most nuts, especially almonds. (I’m going to make this with a store bought GF crust). Thanks so much!

Angela (Oh She Glows) November 22, 2012

Hey jenny! Yes you can use either full fat coconut milk or you can use the cream from the top of the can. When I have it handy, I prefer to use the cream from the top of the can for an extra indulgent tasting pie. Happy Thanksgiving!

Gen November 22, 2012

Hi,

I was wondering if when you use brand name processed foods, could you say what is in the product that you are using. (For example I can across Earth Balance in a pie recipe — what is that ???). I do not live in the USA some things you have mentioned by brand name do not exist here, and it would be good to know what is in what you are using so we can find a suitable substitute.

Also could you for example with using beans from a tin, could you say how many cups exist in the drained product or the weight of the dried beans ? In Europe they do not have the same tin sizes as the USA or sometimes that type of bean is only available dry, not tinned, and sometimes there is even more or less liquid in it. (Also most European recipes tend to use weights not cups but that is easier to deal with).

So a more exact measurement of how many cups or weight of beans after draining go into a dish would be great. Also if someone wants to make it from dried beans it is easier to know how many to use at the end of cooking … I can only get black beans here dried from the Asian import store for example :-)

Very good recipes – have book marked you.

Shivani Jain November 22, 2012

Hi Angela! You have one more fan among so many! I’m on a spree on trying your Vegan Overnight Oats these days! I just heat it up in the microwave next morning and I’m all set!! I was wondering since your recipe calls for all sorts of various Oats like rolled, steel cut etc. Does it make any difference if I replace them with just “Regular” Oats??

Thanks,
Shivani

Rhonda November 26, 2012

Hi there – I am interested in your homemade rolos. Do you know what impact they might have on Glycemic Index? How about calories? These are 2 things I’m trying to pay more attention to and I was wondering if you had a sense of this based on your experience with the recipe. Thanks in advance!! I love your site and recipes and I’m not even vegan!

Cassandra @ TheScienceofFood December 2, 2012

Angela,

I’m sorry to hear about your knee injury. I know how frustrating it can be when you feel limited and you have to wait a long time for answers. It’s good that you’re still able to do other forms of exercise in the meantime.

The orthopedic surgeon will definitely be able to give your more information but surgeons tend to only know about….surgery. With many orthopedic surgeries there isn’t nalways a guarantee that it will do any good, it’s quite a process to go through for nothing.

Have you ever considered consulting an osteopath? As a medical scientist, I used to think that they were a little cooky but they’re actually really knowledgeable to tend to take a more holistic approach on your body. I can’t say enough good things about my experience with my osteopath regarding my back issues. She was so knowledgeable and gave me answers that nobody else could give me, and she was really positive, she ended up talking me out of surgery which I believe was a good thing. If you have insurance you might be covered 80% or more for visits, if that’s the case I would strongly urge you to go and consult with one. Your sports medicine clinic could probably refer you to a good one. It would be beneficial to have their opinion before your consult with the surgeon just so that you have the ENTIRE picture and you can make the most informed decision about your knee.

J -D December 5, 2012

I’m struggling with how to support a friend with an eating disorder. If you could find time for me to email you the details I’d really appreciate hearing your opinion on whether or not there is anything helpful I can say.
Thank you!

Mary Hirschhorn December 7, 2012

I am so glad that a sports injury led me to your site! I am very interested in learning more about eating Vegan so thank you

Molly Hale December 7, 2012

Hey there!

I am in love with your blog, I made the rawtella recipe for the first time and it turned out amazing, that is going to be stocked and ready at all times!

I am a crazy cook myself, love to make Thai Food (PS have you read she simmers? THAT blog kills me!)

I’m mostly writing to say “awesome blog!” and see if you have any interest in a guest blogger? I want to feature some whole food recipes that I love and the benefits of clean eating.

Thanks for reading and keep up the awesome work, you can email me back if you’re interested!

Best regards,

Molly

Jenny December 22, 2012

Hi, Angela!

I LOVE your blog… please don’t ever go away! I am going to try your, “Black Bean, Sweet Potato, and Red Quinoa Soup” this weekend. You mention “cashew cream” but I couldn’t find a recipe for it. Could you please give instructions for it?

Any time you want to give alternatives for sweeteners for your recipes to replace sugar, I would love that! :)

Also, formatting-wise, it would be wonderful if at the bottom of each specific recipe if we had the option of asking a question there, about that recipe… just a suggestion! :) THANK YOU for all your wonderful, healthy recipes!

Christina December 22, 2012

Good afternoon Angela!

One of my really good friends (whom I admire for making healthy eating and fitness high priorities in her life) recommended your blog to me. I myself have been battling a cycle of binging for about 6 years now.Then one day I watched the documentary Forks Over Knives and Food Inc, and I became painfully aware of how damaging processed foods are. I want to clean up my diet and elliminate all of this horrible food before it takes a serious toll on my health, and believe me I’ve tried, but I have had so much trouble getting started and instilling healthy habits that will last. Do you have any advice for someone who is just starting out? I’ve heard the best way to make the switch to clean, all natural eating is to start slowly..

I really appreciate your time, Angela. I really admire you for overcoming all that you’ve gone through; you inspire me. Have a wonderful day!! Happy Holidays!

Angela (Oh She Glows) December 24, 2012

Hey Christina, I am actually starting a new series at the beginning of the year on this very same topic! I Hope you find it helpful. :) Thanks for reading & goodluck!

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