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SCORE presentation on blogging


Last week I was invited by SCORE Volusia/Flagler to do a presentation on blogging. I love to talk about blogging, so I took part in the event. My portion came in during the second half of the event, where I talked about blogging for close to an hour. I talk fast, so I got a lot in!

I shared a variety of information regarding blogging, as well as answered many questions from those who attended. We covered everything from blogging hosts to monetizing your blog to having a disclosure on your site. Lots of fun! The picture above is of me sharing my blogging experiences at the workshop. My blogging experience has been gained over the last decade and it's always fun to share it with others.

SCORE offers a monthly free workshop with each one covering a different topic. You can check out their site here to learn more and see what workshops they will be offering next. Their workshops offer small businesses and individuals in Volusia County a great way to gain an understanding of a variety of business-related topics.

- Jacqueline Bodnar

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Chowing down on calzones at Midici Daytona Beach #midicidaytona


My husband and I got to meet up with my friend and fellow blogger Bethany (from All Natural Savings) and check out the new menu items at Midici The Neapolitan Pizza Company. They are located at One Daytona. This was my fourth time dining at Midici. The first three times I ordered vegan food (they are very vegan friendly), but this time around I wanted to see how their non-vegan food was, so I set out to order vegetarian options. Low and behold, the first thing that caught my eye was vegan bruschetta!

I couldn't resist ordering that to give it a try. Wow, it was fantastic! I loved the vegan bruschetta. I could go there and order just that as my meal and I'd be super happy.  It's that good! I also had a side salad, which was really good, and I tried their new calzones. The calzones are huge. It's honestly something that I could share with someone (order one calzone and one salad and share it all). I ended up bringing half of it home that I will be eating for lunch today. At Midici you can order things right off the menu, or you can customize anything so that it's made just how you like it. I ordered a custom calzone with regular mozzarella, spinach, mushrooms, onion, and vegan sausage. It's served up with a side of their homemade authentic marinara. It was delicious! 

Our friends order a variety of other foods, including the gluten free pizza and a calzone. Bethany reports that they have the best gluten free pizza she's had. Everything was excellent last night. We had wonderful customer service by Courtney, and the food was delicious! The restaurant also has a nice atmosphere, offering both indoor and outdoor seating.

If you are looking for a delicious calzone or bruschetta you will want to give Midici a try! 

- Jacqueline


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