Five Fun Things on Friday (3-5-10)
Friday night again, and it’s time for another round-up of fun and news items I thought were fun this week. If you have something fun to share, we’d love to hear about it in the comments.
Fun Thing #1: Lydia Has a New Blog About Soup!
I still remember years ago when I discovered The Perfect Pantry
, a delightful blog about ingredients written by Lydia Walshin, a food writer from Rhode Island. Now fast forward about four years, Lydia and I are great friends, and she has a new blog all about soup. If you’d like to discover a fun new blog, go and visit Soup Chick
and tell Lydia I sent you.
Fun Thing #2: The Provo Daily Herald Interviews Me About Superfoods!
When I started blogging I certainly never dreamed that people would be interviewing me, but it’s always fun when it happens, especially when there’s a local connection. Recently Cody Clark from Utah’s Provo Daily Herald interviewed me for an article with the fun title It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s Quinoa! And 12 Other Superfoods
. Check it out for ideas on how to get more nutritious foods into your diet.
Fun Thing #3: Tips for PR People from 5 Second Rule
It must have been a bad week for PR pitches, because after I got a particularly silly offer I wrote on Twitter, “Dear National Brand, Why would I want to create a recipe/photo for your site and then link to it from my blog FOR FREE?” and then Cheryl from 5 Second Rule made me laugh out loud with a post called 5 Friendly Tips for Seducing Bloggers
. If you’re a blogger, don’t miss this!
Fun Thing #4: Nurse Nut Picks Me for Top 50 Blogs to Help You Live Healthy
The internet is full of lists like this, and truthfully I don’t usually pay much attention to them, but I’m pleased to be among some rather good company on the list from Nurse Nut of Top 50 Blogs to Help You Live Healthy
. You may find some good new reads on this list if you’re interested in healthy living.
Fun Thing #5: Things to Say To Your Children
One blogger I’ve admired for a long time is Barbara from Winos and Foodies and her list of Things to Say To Your Children
was spot-on. If you’re a parent, print that list and put it on your fridge. (And the retro photos of Barbara, her husband, and kids are pretty fun too.)
That’s it for now, but if you need just a little more Friday Fun, you can use the label for Five Fun Things on Friday to see fun things I’ve shared on other Fridays!