"You Should Provide Them With a Reason to Spend Some Time on Your Content" - Yash and Simran

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1. Tell us about your background and journey.

Students of Delhi University residing in Rohini, it's been two years since we are going to places to try new food and present that to the audience that we have.

2. When did you first decide that you wanted to create content and how did you start?

We have a few four friends and seniors into food blogging career and since we were also big foodies, we found this option really cool to enjoy new food and then showcasing delicacies to the world through our Instagram.

We never knew that it'll be working along run but we are pretty happy and looking forward to continuing this.

3. Is vlogging and Instagram content creation a financially sustainable career?

Yes, it is, only if you are providing valuable content to the audience, then only people can pay you to show their product to your audience.

4. Who is your favorite creator and why?

Dilsefoodie is definitely on the to pass really discovers places and then give you real foodie goals. Another will definitely be hmm(Nikhil Chawla). I think they are definitely among those few who made food blogging such a hit job these days.

5. How and where do you find inspiration to churn out content?

When you write in the caption that "tag someone" and people actually tag their mates, that's something which gives motivation that people are really reading you things. And when someone actually tries your recipe and tell their experience about that. The feeling is really great.

6. What does your typical day look like?

It's like discovering new places, trying the famous food joints, and giving our honest reviews. Making recipes, trying some weird yet delicious combinations. 

And colleges of course (sometimes we bunk our lectures for blogging xD) but yeah we make sure that we can balance between our studies and blogging.

7. Which is your favorite book and why?

The 5AM club by Robin Sharma is a really nice book because it motivates you to get those extra hours out of your time table to get things done.

8. What piece of advice would you like to give to future and aspiring creators?

Just express yourself and display what every our likes. People should find valuable and you should provide them with a reason to spend some time on your content.

- Yash and Simran, Bloggers at stomach_fantasies

- Interviewed by Shilpy Sharan

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