Hi there, I’m Heather and welcome to My Sweet Precision. Thanks for stopping by my little corner of the internet.
I'm currently plunging into my thirties and I love to bake cookies, dance in my pajamas, and curl up and read a good book. When I was younger I loved to cook, and I had a dream of one day opening my own peanut butter and jelly restaurant. These days, I live in Michigan with my wonderful husband and daughter and work as an analyst as I wait for the perfect PB&J business plan to materialize.
I bake for so many reasons. The creativity and inspiration that I pour into my recipes gives me a reprieve from my daily work life. Memories of cooking sweet potato pie in the kitchen with my dad and learning to cook peanut brittle with my great aunt have provided bonds that span generations. Even remembering the day my husband confessed to entering the pumpkin cheesecake I made for his birthday into his work baking competition and taking credit after it won, still make me smile as I whisk away in the kitchen.
Baking is something I consider to be somewhat of a science, which is what I used as inspiration for this blog. I’m good with precise things. I like numbers, I’m kinda nerdy, and I think dedicating 4 hours to making the perfect cupcake is time well spent. Did I mention that my willpower vanishes into thin air when anything with chocolate is set in front of me?
I invite you into my kitchen to share in my baking mishaps and masterpieces. I hope that along the way you will be inspired to venture into your own kitchen, throw on your apron, and try a few of the recipes on my blog!
Can I use your photography or recipes on my website or blog?
All pictures are My Sweet Precision copyrighted. If you would like to use a single photograph on your website, please clearly link that photo back to mysweetprecision.com.
If you'd like to share one of my recipes on your website, thank you! Please identify mysweetprecision.com as the place that you found the recipe. Please use your own photographs and re-word the recipe using your own words.
What camera do you use?
I started my blog using the camera on my iPhone 4. Nothing fancy, just me and my iPhone for several years. I upgraded to the Nikon D3400 in 2018 and I've loved it! I use a 50mm f/1.8G lens and I couldn't be happier. I have plans to upgrade as I continue to grow.