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How to Celebrate National Nutrition Month at Home and School

“Invest in Yourself – Buy Nutrition” was the theme for the first National Nutrition Month. It was created in 1973 by the American Dietetic Association (ADA). The ADA is known now as the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. It actually started as a week long to begin with, but has expanded to a full month to reach more people. This… Read More

How to Get Your Kids Talking About School

Your youngest comes running towards the car, artwork clutched in her hand and a big grin on her face. As she settles into the passenger seat you ask the same question that countless parents ask at the end of a school day…”How was school?” Fine…good…or any variation of a single sentence is typically the response to your query. You rephrase… Read More

Making Memories: Carving out Quality Time With Your Kids as a Working Parent

Being a parent is tough, but when you add in the demands of a full-time job on top of the day to day ins and outs of running a household? It can seem nearly impossible to carve out time to spend together as a family. Of course, there’s also the fear you’re doing your kids a disservice by not being… Read More

Carving out quality family time with your kids

Healthy Eating, Your Kids and National Snack Food Month

February is National Snack Food Month. This is the perfect opportunity to show your kids how healthy snacks are the best snacks for their growing minds and bodies! Let’s face it, kids aren’t always enthusiastic about healthy eating. But both parents and educators know the more interested and involved a kid is with what they’re trying to do, the more… Read More

National Snack Food Month
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