Happy New Year, all. I’m in the process of refocusing and refreshing the blog, but, in the meantime, I’m over on Instagram, trying to find a groove for when we hit the road this spring. (More to come about that!) So please come follow me if you’re an Instagrammer, too.
I’m also putting finishing touches on a new e-mail newsletter. Details in an upcoming post.
Spoonfed still has a great and growing Facebook community, but Facebook is such a crapshoot with its crazy algorithms. So I’m looking for more ways to reach readers consistently, especially with all the changes I have planned. Hence, Instagram, the e-newsletter, etc. Maybe I should try skywriting next?
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Everyone has an opinion on Halloween candy. (Me included.) But no matter where you fall on the spectrum of balance to binge, let’s all agree that the candy can get old, fast. And that’s when it pays to get creative.
Check out my latest post as a Parade contributor, where I talk gingerbread bling (and share lots of pictures): Leftover Halloween Candy? Make a Kicking Gingerbread House.
For another fun way to use all that candy without eating it, check this other Parade post I wrote last Easter (swap “Halloween” for “Easter,” and you’re good to go): Too Many Treats? 7 Fun Kids’ Experiments With Leftover Easter Candy.
One of my goals with the Parade gig is to bring issues we talk about here to a wider audience. So if you know someone who could benefit from thinking outside the box about kids and sweets, please spread the word.
Spoonfed is on Facebook. You’ll find links to blog posts, news and commentary on raising food-literate kids, questions and comments from readers, the works. Stop by, like the page, chime in, spread the word. (Thanks.) Also please consider subscribing by e-mail or RSS feed (which you can do at the top of the blog).
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