DistrictBrit 2.0

A day doesn't go by without someone asking me for a restaurant recommendation or what's new in the city. I do still keep up with restaurant news—I regularly receive and read press releases, I connect with restaurants and food friends on social media and I eat out way more than the average person should—so I have a pretty good base to give an informed response. It's still a little baffling to be asked as often as I do, I haven't blogged in well over a year, somehow being a food blogger has stuck.

I started blogging back in 2007, I'd never written anything outside of school or the workplace before. It was intimidating and created anxiety—how would I be received, who was I to talk about a subject I knew little about, why read me when there are hundreds of other great writers out there—but at the same time it was fun and something I could learn from, grow from. And justify my restaurant habit. 

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