the future of The Collegiate Baker

I'm sorry I haven't posted a blog in what seems like a million years. It's only been a month, but it feels like a million years, right?

Graduation (I'm still a college student until my diploma comes in the mail, right?) + partially moving out of my apartment + vacation in New York + job hunting have been taking up most of my time recently.

If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you've probably seen most of these pictures, but I thought I'd share a few of them on the blog anyway!

My aunt and uncle live in New Jersey, so we stayed with them and it was cool to see their whole routine. We rode on trains, the subway, and the five of us even stuffed ourselves into a cab a couple times. We saw Cinderella on Broadway, took a boat ride around the Statue of Liberty, went to Times Square, Rockefeller Center (you know, all that fun touristy stuff), and some of my aunt's and uncle's favorite restaurants. And we went to tons of bakeries. I'm not gonna lie; I don't think I could handle working in a bakery in NYC.

My aunt and uncle are really into estate sales and cleaning up unique and vintage things they find. Recently, I saw some typewriters on my aunt's Etsy shop. When we arrived at my aunt and uncle's house, they had one sitting on their dining room table with a big yellow bow on it for me. AHH! ♥ They mailed it back to me and it arrived today. :)

I could go on and on about New York, but the real purpose of this blog post is to let you know what's happening with the Collegiate Baker. If you've followed this blog at all recently, you know that I'm starting a new one since I'm not really "collegiate" anymore.

I mainly wanted to let you all know that I have two more posts scheduled for the Collegiate Baker. One will be the last new original recipe here on the blog, and the other is another free ebook! After that, all my new posts will be on bethcakes.com. So you can head over there and sign up for email updates and all that now if you want! ;)

I've loved writing, experimenting with recipes, and learning about food, photography, and blogging these past couple of years, and I'm so thankful for those of you who come back week after week and leave the sweetest comments! I definitely would not have been able to keep all of this up without y'all. :) And I would love, love, love for all of you to join me on bethcakes.com. For each new blog I post there, I will post a picture and a link to that post here. I just want to make sure anyone who may happen to stumble across this blog in the future knows that I've moved!

Thank you all for being the most amazing readers!



  1. My red velvet cheesecake from Magnolia Bakery was sooo tasty. Looking forward to seeing your new recipe book and entries at your new blog! :)

  2. We had such a great time with you, Jeff and Jana! It was truly wonderful. Please start saving for your next trip up! :)

  3. Loved the post and the pictures! Looking forward to following Bethcakes.com!

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