Hi, GFAF Expo Visitors!
I’m Liz, and I’m 23.
I currently maintain three blogs; the fourth blog I run is part of the Better Blogger Network, which is currently in BETA, thus it’s messy. If you’re a brand looking to connect with other bloggers, do let me know by emailing captains[at]mybbn.com, and we can discuss things in detail there!
Aside from What Liz Eats, I help my cousin Charlise out with Crunchy Family and pop in from time to time to talk about allergies and the like.
6birds is my personal blog; the most sponsored content I post there is charity-related, and any brands I mention are usually just because I trust and love them. Posts on What Liz Eats will be linked to on 6birds when new posts go up, so even though this is a fairly new blog, the exposure will be the same.
6birds is almost five, thus I’ve been blogging for almost five consecutive years. I recently registered sixbirds.net, for the sake of word-of-mouth advertising, so don’t fret if you forget where it’s used with a “six” or a “6”.
I’m a web developer, [proud] autistic (Aspie!), and a person with a ton of allergies, both food and non-food. I eat on a 4-day rotation diet and avoid peanuts and tree nuts at all costs. Coconut flakes is a rare treat; I cannot have a LOT coconut oil. Soy is rarely consumed.
The further down the ingredients list rotation and other items I don’t necessarily avoid are, the better.
For business inquiries, feel free to use the contact form on my blog, as my business blog, Liz and Code, is not yet open. I don’t currently have restrictions, thus I’m open to many things. I’m great with Excel, server management, WordPress… all that jazz. Potential conflict of interest: I work at/for/with HostClearly and direct the Better Blogger Network, a blogging community.
Whether you’re a blogger or a company, I’d love to chat with you if desired! Please allow at least one week max for email replies, as I’m busy-busy-busy during the holidays!
For more information on sponsorships and partnerships, see my Sponsor & PR page.