I probably should test this more but I’m too freakin’ excited. I finally finished version 3 of my Tweet Eat Post tool. Check out the table I just generated with it for today’s food journal (yes this is what I ate today)…
|wrap on lavash bread with turkey, a bit of cheese and tons of veggies – my fav breakfast!||5|
|cup of crab soup / best crab cake in balt! with a salad on the side – estimate||9|
|picking after lunch on the hubands fries darn it||3|
|dinner was yummy pork loin, peas and noodles||9|
|popcorn – ok, so i had the munchies||4|
|quick gym trip… a little running, a little bike and some ab work||-3|
|blue bunny ice cream bar||2|
|test entry — sorry :)||0|
Table provided by Roni’s Food Tweet, Eat, Post Generator.
Here’s how it works… throughout the day I used twitter to enter my food journal entries (even doing it from my phone). Then I go to the Tweet Eat Post page to check out my table and generate the code for the blog.
You may have noticed my new food Journal Twitter Account, RonisFood (That’s in addition to my “regular twitter page, RonisWeigh). Look to the right next to my twitter updates to see my current food feed. As I say on the Tweet Eat Post page, I recommend creating a separate account just for your food Journal. It makes things a lot easier.
If you are interested in using the tool I have a complete write up below the form on how to do it. If you have been using it already I added some new features! Including choosing your start time AND a new hash to mark the tweets…. #tep.
Check it out and let me know if you have any suggestions, comments, or questions. As always, it’s a work in progress!