Answering Your Questions Pt. 2

This is the second part of the podcast answering the questions you guys left me. Thanks so much for leaving them and I had so much fun answering them- I can’t wait to do this again sometime! I apologize since the audio is a little low but it should be okay as long as you put the volume a bit high.

The post I mentioned with tips for new bloggers: https://lifesfinewhine.ca/2021/08/02/more-tips-for-newer-bloggers/

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17 thoughts on “Answering Your Questions Pt. 2

  1. Not sure why pineapple or not on pizza is controversial 😀 My husband likes it, I’m not a huge fan. We still manage 😀 However, I think it is because I’m gluten free and he has to have his own pizza so he can have whatever he wants. It works out. The world needs to understand that there are different people with different tastes in the world….and different ways of dealing with the world. If they get all tied in knots about pineapple, then we don’t stand my chance at world peace or understanding on the bigger things. I think the message on that is choose your battles. 😉

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    1. I think people have become too extreme about the whole pineapple on pizza debate but I don’t particularly hate or love it. Yup everyone is different and it’s crazy to be this worked up about pizza toppings. We definitely need to pick our battles more wisely 😂

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  2. Love pineapple toppings on pizza. And love your beautiful voice in your podcast and the volume is the right amount. I would love to hear stories of animal orphanage. Or any stories that a person fights the feeling of alienation and rejection, and grows to be a person he or she wants to be.

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