Do you dread the busy mornings, when everyone trips over each other in the kitchen and bathroom and it’s an ongoing struggle to get coffee made, kids dressed and fed, and grown-ups showered and packed up in time for work? Are backpacks often misplaced, buses missed, and people generally annoyed and disheveled? Help is on the way with these simple solutions for streamlining your family’s morning routine.
Category: Mom Life
Eating meals together as a family can be very important to the well-being of the entire family. The whole family can be healthier, happier, and more united from regular, mostly relaxed family meals. Children may do better in school, and parents can feel more supported in their roles as joint caregivers. The benefits of sharing regular family meals together can be hard to pinpoint, especially when you’re in the middle of a toddler meltdown while trying to listening to your oldest complain about being bullied at school earlier that day. There can be a LOT going on during a family meal that makes you want to hide out in the laundry room with your very own “no it’s not for sharing” takeout container and enjoy your meal in peace! That’s just being real. But still there are real benefits of eating together that make it worth putting in the effort to make them happen “most of the time”.
Quickly getting dinner on the table can be a constant struggle at the end of our busy days. Since nightly take-out isn’t a healthy or cost effective option for most of us we need to have some go-to options that don’t require much thought or energy!
Are you a complete newbie to the concept of clean eating, or wonder how you could possibly make that work for a family that includes picky eaters and lovers of all things made with sugar? I’ve compiled some beginner clean eating tips and recipe ideas to help you decide if it’s something you and your family want to try. I’ve even included a don’t miss funny video on the subject of clean eating from a child’s point of view!
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