New Recipe Website Launch: Hello Kinsley

New Recipe Website Launch: Hello Kinsley

Last year, I was building a large inventory of recipes on this website, so I decided to move the recipes to a completely separate domain. So, I launched a new recipe website: Hello Kinsley! You can visit www.hellokinsley.com for any of the recipes that used to be listed here. Scroll down for a few of my Hello Kinsley recipes!




All the recipes on this domain have been removed. Here, I plan to showcase my work, my travels, my life and whatever else keeps me engaged. Also, I plan on discussing some of the decisions I’m making about the process of building a website and the steps to setup monetization.

Intentions

I don’t intend to share the menial tasks of how to start a blog when that content already saturates the internet. Instead, I want to share how to improve your website and the strategies to get it up to speed in an easy manner. By discussing the trials and tribulations behind the website, I hope to offer solutions behind growing a website and the path of monetization.

Check out the first Hello Kinsley Recipes:

Kale, Sausage & Pasta Alfredo


Just like the title states, this recipe contains four ingredients. Kale, jalapeno sausage, lentil pasta and Alfredo sauce. Quick to make on weeknight when you’re short on time.

Kale Pasta Sausage Recipe

Slow Cooker Italian Beef


There is nothing easier then adding meat and seasonings to a slow cooker then leaving it cook for eight hours.

Hello Kinsley - Slow Cooker Italian Beef Recipe

Taco Casserole


A very tasty taco casserole will help you on the low carb dietary needs. This recipe skips out on the tortillas and is perfect for a taco Tuesday meal.

Taco Casserole Recipe

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread


This is one of my favorite desserts and the texture is amazing. Who wouldn’t love the chocolate addition?!

Hello Kinsley - Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Recipe

Bruschetta


This bruschetta appetizer is super quick to make and is super flavorful!

Hello Kinsley - Bruschetta Recipe

Conclusion

I made the decision to spread out my posts across two domains instead of leaving a mess of one. I intend to monetize one and leave the other to have more of my own life. This gives me the ability to grow one is a way that, by having all the content on one, would hinder the growth potential. Furthermore, this was also creating a disappointment in my own website. I didn’t want to leave it behind or stop creating altogether.

Have you ever felt like your website was bogged down in too many different directions?