Interview with Katie Sullivan Morford from “Mom’s Kitchen Handbook: Raising Fresh-Food Kids in a French-Fried World”
“Mom’s Kitchen Handbook: Raising Fresh-Food Kids in a French-Fried World”
I’m a freelance food and nutrition writer and blogging gives me a great platform for my work. It also connects me with other like-minded moms.
Mom’s Kitchen Handbook launched in December of 2010
I write about food and family, nutrition and cooking.
5 Minutes for Mom, of course
What Katie Ate
Focus first on creating good content. If you do that, readers will find you. Most importantly, I think, is to write what you are passionate about.
Absolutely. I love the feedback and to know who is reading.
Absolutely. They are my biggest supporters.
I often get up really early, before the kids are awake, and write while sitting in bed with a cup of tea. I also do a lot of cooking for the blog, so that, of course, happens in the kitchen.
It varies. Some weeks it’s just a couple of hours, some weeks, a lot more than that.
The book Julie and Julia
My kids, beautiful ingredients, other moms.
It’s been a great, no pressure way to hone my craft as a writer. Other blogs have challenged me to step up both on content and design.