If you’ve been reading with interest my posts about family dinner, there are others online writing about and advocating for the importance of family dinner. One of the easiest ways to find out what they’re writing and what information they deem important is to follow them on Twitter.
Here’s my Family Dinner Twitter list, each with a short desription written by the writer. I know I’m missing some people, so please to tell me who else should be on this list in the comments.
- @TimeattheTable TimeattheTable
Our organization is simplistic at heart. We focus on reconnecting families around the dinner table.
- @eatdinner Grace Freedman, PhD
Eat dinner with your family! Promoting family dinner with research, advocacy, and education.
- @unhealthytruth Robyn O'Brien
A former food industry analyst, I traded a briefcase for a diaper bag, had 4 kids, wrote a book, gave a TEDx talk on health & founded the AllergyKids Foundation
- @famdinner The Family Dinner
The Family Dinner by Laurie David is a practical & fun guide to healthy eating & living. Tweets by Jennifer, mom of 3, trying to get dinner on the table. . .
- @blog4famdinner Blog4FamDinner
The B4FD Project will feature daily blog posts that explore the far-reaching benefits of family dinner.
- @Laurie_David Laurie David
Enviro mom, advocate, author. Follow
@famdinner for issues related to my new book "The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your Kids, One Meal at a Time."
- @dinnertogether Kathleen Cuneo
Family is at the heart of what I do personally and professionally, from raising my 3 kids to helping other families achieve strength, health, and connection.
- @FeedOurFamilies FeedOurFamilies
Empowering parents to make healthy choices for their children by sharing inspiration and information. Join us.
- @LizWeiss Liz Weiss R.D.
Registered dietitian and author of "No Whine with Dinner" and "The Moms' Guide to Meal Makeovers." Blogger at Meal Makeover Moms' Kitchen and mom of 2 boys.
- @Kirstin_U Kirsten Uhrenholdt
The serendipitous cookbook co-author of "The Family Dinner." A home-cooked chef, grew up on Danish fruit farm, touched down in L.A. Now living happily ever after.
- @rshreeves, that's me
Eco-friendly food blogger for Mother Nature Network, freelance writer, environmentalist, mom, wife, just a little bit crazy