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Find Your Future in Blogging – Two Years & a Career in Blogging VI

Gavin Wren Food Blogging, The World of Food

Welcome to the final part of my super special two year anniversary post, the end of the journey! This is all about following your heart and finding the things that matter to you. It’s all in there, you just need to look.
If you haven’t read Part 5 you can catch up with it here.
Give it Away. I’ve always felt an urge to help people. perhaps that’s why I started a blog, because there’s very few reasons to pour so much time and money into creating work for other people when there’s no immediate payoff. I’ve always had a desire to give things away, having often said that I’d love to be rich, just so that I could give money away. And Help Others. It came to me that photography is a big stumbling block for many bloggers. I was involved in photography twenty years ago, I’ve worked in…
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The future of food at Borough Market

Gavin Wren Food Education, The World of Food

Last week saw the final instalment of Borough Market’s ‘Borough Talks’ series, a set of hugely engaging debates that have taken place over the last few months as part of Borough Market’s 1000 year anniversary. This time it was about the future of food, a subject that filled my mind with wild sci-fi fantasies of space age foods and Jetsons-inspired meal packs, so I was keen to find out what people had to say, with the bonus of sampling some delightful food laid on by a few of Borough Market’s residents afterwards. Image from Borough Market’s Twitter feed, here, you can also find photos from this event here at Borough Market’s Facebook page. The panel Professor Tim Lang, professor of food policy at City University London was an utterly compelling speaker, his knowledge and passion very clear from his first words, combined with a sense of frustration, as…