Thanks to social media like Twitter, Facebook and blogs, I find that I’m getting most of my news and articles from the Internet. A few weeks ago I was at the Culinary Institute of America for a blogger’s weekend sponsored by Jones Dairy Farm. I got to meet some wonderfully creative bloggers like:
- Carrie who writes Poet in the Pantry. She is loads of fun and LOVES to bake. I’m not a big baker so her blog is a great source of inspiration for me.
- Bianca, photographer extraordinaire and lover of all things chocolate. Her blog, Confessions of a Chocoholic, has a huge selection of recipes including an extensive selection of DARK CHOCOLATE RECIPES. What?
- Gina, the brains and brawn behind Running to the Kitchen, does a wonderful job of combining healthy tips and recipes like this one for Roasted Broccoli Cauliflower Parmesan Gratin.
- Lauren, who I’ve gotten to spend time with before, and writes the Healthy.Delicious. blog. Her photography is beautiful and her recipes are easy to follow. More inspiration for me. Win. Win.
I was recently asked how I find time to follow all these blogs. The tool I use is Feedly. It pulls all the blog feeds I follow into one place. It’s so easy. I can categorize my feeds into categories like Food Blogs, Craft Blogs, etc. Feedly also makes suggestions about feeds I might like based on my interests.
There’s even an app so when I end up in a situation where I’m waiting and have some time on my hands (like at the doctor’s office), I can check my Feedly. I like it so much that I’ve added a Feedly button to my blog posts so you can follow me on Feedly.
Here’s what my Feedly home page looks like. Click to enlarge.
Are you on Feedly? If so, please add your blog in the comments section below. And if you’re not already following me, please subscribe by clicking the Follow On Feedly by clicking the button on the right. Thanks!