Sarah Newman, host of the Radically Radiant Life podcast, loves inspiring people to live their healthiest, happiest lives through the platforms of online business, blogging and podcasting.
Sarah Newman’s wide variety of experiences – from building and selling her own food blog to project management to copywriting to digital marketing – all set the stage for her to now be the business manager for the successful, healthy living site Root + Revel.
Sarah’s newest passion project, Radically Radiant Life, is a podcast and community dedicated to supporting women in living their most authentic lives through self love and embracing their unique gifts. (Podcast launching October 2018!)
Sarah’s favorite things include the beach, cats, traveling the world and anything related to personal development and healthy living.
Links to Root + Revel posts mentioned in this interview:
- Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers: 10 Strategies to Increase Your Income
- Income Report: How I Made $75,000 Blogging in Year 2
Sarah Newman Show Notes
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What did you do before you became a food blogger and virtual assistant?
What did you go to school for?
You didn’t want to go into that as a profession afterwards?
What was the name of your food blog and when did you start it?
Why did you pick the name of the food blog?
You sold your blog in March of 2018, why did you sell it?
Let’s talk about your VA business?
When did you decide that you wanted to go into that type of business?
What is your favorite thing to do for her?
Do you do her social media or does she have someone else do that for her?
You talked about a trade, can you explain that for the listeners?
When you talk about having a four post deal, how many months does that span?
How did you go about selling your food blog?
Do you have any advice for new bloggers?
What is your biggest food failure?
What is your favorite cuisine?
What would your last meal be?
Do you have a favorite cookbook?
What is one thing you can’t live without in your kitchen?