Instagram, e-mail and other reader outreach

by Christina on January 12, 2015

Spoonfed on InstagramHappy 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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Here’s the link for the radio broadcast I mentioned yesterday. We covered a lot more than Halloween and candy: modern food culture, crazy ingredients, education vs. restriction, skinny doesn’t mean healthy, “it’s just one night” (not), helicopter parenting, the nanny state. Good times. And a great discussion. Worth a listen even if you don’t live in Rochester. […]

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Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. I’ve got one more crafty post before I return to my regularly scheduled food programming… If you read yesterday’s post about my daughter’s handmade American Girl feast, then you know I’ve got a girl who can spend hours (days) creating. She often has multiple projects […]

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Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. This is one of the things I love about summer break. When Tess wants to immerse herself in a project, she can jump in with both feet and just go. Here’s how she spent half the day today — crafting food for her American Girl […]

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Click here to learn why I’m blogging every day this month. I live for finds like this. Maybe I should curate a little Spoonfed store with all the neat food-literacy products I come across. (Hmmm.) For now, though, I’ll share just one. It’s a silicone placemat that kids can color with washable or dry-erase markers. (It’s […]

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