Today, we’re taking a break from food posts to get organized and help you find everything that you need on think fruitful.
Like you guys out there, I’m always looking for quick ways to get dinner on the table without losing my sense of adventure and taste.
And that’s why I do what I do on the blog. I really want to help you and your family eat well, no matter where you are in life. Some of us may have hours to cook a 3-course meal, and others may only have 20 minutes to make dinner with a baby on our hip. That’s why I love giving you recipe and food ideas that can fit into your weekly meal plan.
So, say you have a recipe in mind that you’ve seen on think fruitful, but you don’t know where to find it. Or maybe you just want the fastest way you can get from researching to cooking to eating (I’m with ya!).
Here are the best ways to find recipes on think fruitful:
I don’t know if you guys know this, but Google is wicked smart. It is definitely the smartest search engine out there, and can find whatever you need to find lickety-split. My favorite way of finding a recipe or retrieving a recipe card from the blog is by searching for “think fruitful …”, whether it’s “think fruitful pancakes”, “think fruitful pulled pork” or even as specific as “think fruitful chai cookies”.
As an SEO copywriter, I would like to think I know Google pretty well, and I know that even if you have the remotest idea of what you want, it will figure it out for you. Just throw “think fruitful” in there, and it will find it and lead you to the right post.
Use Google Images
If you’re hunting down a think fruitful recipe card, you don’t even have to go to the post if you don’t want to. Just type your search into the Google search bar and click Images. Then, you’ll have a few of my lovely photos, along with your recipe card.
When I do this, I like to tap and hold (on my phone) or right click on the recipe card to save on my phone or computer for quick visibility, even when I’m not on the internet.
Use the Search Bar
Another great way to find a recipe or post on the blog is to use that handy search bar at the top right. Type in whatever you’re looking for, and (most likely) you’ll be able to find it. I tag my posts with the name of the recipe and the ingredients oftentimes, so you can search for a variety of things and get a great result.
Yet another easy way to find new recipes is by following me on social media (where I post links throughout the week).
If you have any other ideas for how I could make it even easier for you to find recipes, posts and inspiration on think fruitful, give me shout-out.