When my son was little, a lot of our afternoons were spent running his sister around to after-school activities. Whenever possible, I would find a spot for him to run, jump, and burn off some energy. But sometimes that just wasn’t possible. So, I always had a stash of puzzle activities and games to keep… Continue reading Nutrition Education Find-It Games
When my daughter was in primary school, one of her favorite games was Bug BINGO. She loved potato bugs, lady bugs, and worms (her favorite). She was a well-behaved student and never caused trouble in school, except for the day she chased a boy in the schoolyard with a handful of worms. I remember hearing… Continue reading Nutrition Education BINGO Boards
Today I’m doing something that has been decades in the making – sharing my recipes with the world. I first started creating recipes when I was a little girl, probably around 7 or 8 years old...
When my daughter was in primary school, I was lucky enough to be able to spend time in her classroom. She had amazing teachers and every once in a while, they’d ask me to share a nutrition education activity. This was over 12 years ago (before the age of Pinterest) and I happened to see… Continue reading Nutrition Education Fortune Tellers
When most people think of hearts in February, I’m sure they’re thinking of chocolate hearts, candy hearts, and valentines. Like you, I definitely give plenty of thought to those kinds of hearts. But I also think of the other kind of hearts – the ones beating in everyone’s chest. See, February is American Heart Month.… Continue reading Love Your Heart
Raise your hand if you have all the energy you could imagine. Wait...doesn’t anyone out there have all the energy they could want? OK, I’ll fess up – I don’t always have all the energy in the world either. Like you, my life is busy, and I don’t always do all the things I know help me… Continue reading The 4 B’s of Energized Eating
Raise your hand if you ever get “hangry.” You can’t see it, but I assure you mine was the first one up. In fact, I often joke that if you look up hangry in the dictionary, you’ll find a picture of me. Maybe breakfast was rushed. A meeting ran over, and lunch was delayed. You… Continue reading Snack Prep