Here are some resources to help you plan, manage, and diversify your meals with the help of Twitter.
Kid Friendly Meal Planning
“Teaching parents and kids how to eat better, feel better, and live longer”
Meal planning suggestions and downloads for the whole family. Amy offers great variety posts (5 ways to cook carrots), photos of family activities (today’s post is a kid’s herb garden), and even a glimpse into her personal planner!
“To help you create easy, organic, family friendly meals on a budget.”
Providing 6 new recipes and a weekly shopping guide this is great place to build a library of healthy options.
Announcement Account for Blogs and Websites
Frugal Living columnist Sara Noel uses twitter as an announcement board for her Frugal Village community site. The website has lots of great tips and recipes and an active forum with a weekly meal planning thread. The Facebook profile provides great links to articles and products around the web, not just announcements of her website’s activities.
“Significantly Simple is a site that helps you to live a simple but significant life.”