I don’t know about anyone else but mealtime takes up a lot of time at our place. I’m usually cooking for 5-6 people at each meal, and I laughingly say it takes them 5 minutes to devour a meal that took me 1 hour to make. I’m sorta teasing. Anyway, I don’t have the
If you asked most people if they need to eat better, I’m sure most would answer yes. The biggest problems with eating healthy seem to be time, money, and knowledge. So, is healthy eating really that time consuming, expensive, and hard? The answer is no, and you can make changes today to become a
As a homeschooling mom of two boys that have never been interested in playing sports, I’ve had to use some creativity with their physical education. When the weather is conducive to playing outside, getting exercise is easy. Going for a walk, running around the yard, or enjoying a playground are great ways to be active.
Shorter days and colder weather can lead to some bad habits. People who normally exercise and eat their vegetables may find themselves sitting indoors and eating junk food during the winter. Your health is important through each season of the year and even more so during the winter months. Here are five tips for
November is Epilepsy Awareness Month. Epilepsy is a chronic disorder, the hallmark of which is recurrent, unprovoked seizures. A person is diagnosed with epilepsy if they have two unprovoked seizures. What happens in the brain during a seizure? The electrical activity is caused by complex chemical changes that occur in nerve cells. Brain cells
Exploring dietary options to serve our children for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is always a challenge. We have to prepare meals that are feasible for our busy schedules but also nutritious and good for their growth and health. How do we make this fun for the kids (and also fun for us)? The answer
Your child’s brain needs four main things to function and grow. One of those things is food, but not just any food will do. The brain requires large amounts of certain nutrients. While it can be overwhelming to research the exact nutritional needs of your child and even harder to plan that perfect diet
I’ve never been an exercise junkie. I have friends that are avid runners, pro hikers, and even cyclers. Our family enjoys being active though, just as a family instead of separate pursuits. While we love the outdoors when possible, many day to day factors may keep us indoors. So it has always been a