Foodies Never Say Die! (But they do tweet and blog from time to time)


Oops.  Wrong speech.  Sorry, Dana White.  Let me try that again…


…but we do occasionally tweet.  Okay, we tweet a lot.  OKAY, some of us might need 12 steps.  Don’t judge us me.  A lot of us also blog sometimes.  Yes, I’m pussyfooting around the issue a little.  Why?  Because you guys are awesome and you seem to love my (also hopefully awesome) cooking videos.  And hey, I was on a roll.  As per usual, school started again and my priorities shifted.  Yes, I still eat.  So yes, I still cook.  But I have this funny feeling that none of you care to see me put together a cold plate of chicken and veggies or an over-easy egg over sweet potato hash-browns  So, for now, I’m going to beg every one of your beautiful selves to bring yourself back over here from my YouTube channel for just a little while.

What does this mean?  It means I’ll actually be blogging more, but those blogs will be about food a whole lot less.  For now.  I think you guys will actually really, REALLY enjoy what’s coming up in it’s place, even though it won’t be a string of new videos.  What it will be: Scintillatingly awesome behind-the-scenes dropping of knowledge from some of your favorite people & organizations that actively use social media.

Ruh roh.  I’ve turned into that person?!  I could hear the collective sigh and see the collective bulging of eyeballs from here.  I could all but hear you groan and say to your computer screen “Oh great! Amy is going to do nothing but yap inanely about, of all things, social media?  All the time?  On a blog??  How 2011 of her.”  I assure you, I have not turned completely into that person.  Promise.  Pinky swear.  Truth be told, the semi-temporary switch up comes as a result of a project I’m working on for my “Social Media as Mass Communication” class.  I knew you’d understand.  The bright side?  I’m going to be blogging about something I personally find very interesting, and something that you guys are going to dig reading insider info on.  So, there’s that.  Major bonus:  Doing this will also increase my level of engagement even more and will hopefully also improve the online footprint I leave as I traipse through this digital life.

And YES, I will still be posting other non-social media content!  Especially yummy content.

You have my word.

2 Responses to “Foodies Never Say Die! (But they do tweet and blog from time to time)”
  1. Tova Binam says:

    Hi are using WordPress for your site platform? I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and create my own. Do you require any coding expertise to make your own blog? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    • Amy Barton says:

      Yes indeedy, I am! I really like WordPress.. And no, to use, you don’t need any coding knowledge whatsoever. There are tons of tutorials and there is no shortage of help out there. Check it out!

Speak Your Mind!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

The Longest Running Sitcom

My life... The world's longest (and most painfully coincidental) sitcom. Tune in each day for a new episode.

Vanilla LaBelle

It's okay to be a little vanilla.

my year of cupcakes

A year to find the best cupcakes on Pinterest!


and all points in between...


This site is the cat’s pajamas

Communicate Karo

content that matters

this is... The Neighborhood

the Story within the Story

Project Light to Life

A bucket list blog: exploring happiness, growth, and the world.

DM Du Jour

Food | Love | Travel


"We can't change the cards we are dealt, just how we play them"

Kelsey Knightly

Hailing from Casselberry and keeping things classy.

The Social Scoop

Your Go-To Social Media Guide

The health blog

health blog

A Stairway To Fashion

imagination is the key

Helenn With Two N's

Let Me Just Tell You...

The Hungry Silverfish

Where books go to be devoured

%d bloggers like this: