You can’t get any more “local” than your own home. Creating good habits start here and hopefully set the stage for a life-long respect for good and healthy eating.
My daughter subscribed to a site called ZisBoomBah. I didn’t know what it was. Turns out I love it – not just because it’s “pretty” and focuses on healthy eating, but because they’ve done a fantastic job of creating an engaging site that skillfully combines teaching with creative play!!
Accelerating adoption of a site (or page, or initiative) is always a challenge, and I am very impressed at the way ZisBoomBah worked it out. Roam around their website and see how they’ve created opportunities for the kids to build things, share the results, get featured prominently on the home page.
Also note how chefs and foodies – famous and not so famous – can share their own info on the site and get noticed. That adds value to their own initiatives and creates intriguing links that differentiate them from others.
Check it out. It’s inspiring as a concept that grew into something that I personally think works incredibly well. It’s also a nifty site to share with your own kids. I know my Jessica is chomping at the bit to post some recipes of her own! See you on ZisBoomBah!