Some great suggestions of questions to ask your kids at bedtime or dinner time here. We do this off and on but what a great tradition.
Mary Beth Lagerborg, co-creator of Once-A-Month-Cooking talks about how she prioritizes dinner time by cooking a month's worth of healthy meals in one session. Listen to the audio or read the transcript here.
One hour of physical activity per day helps counteract our sedentary lifestyles. Learn more here and get moving!
I recently tried the Walmart Grocery Pick Up service. Read about my experience here to see how this service compares to the Kroger ClickList and which is right for you.
"Focus on the positive," is one of eleven tips for Raising Health Eaters. I've got picky eaters in my house so I read everything I can on picky eating. We are striving to focus on the positive with my pickiest eater: we celebrate when she even touches a new food (usually to remove it from her plate).
What is motivation you today? Let me know in the comments below.
Don't forget that Health Happens at Home,
Learn about the ancient grain Kamut.
A recipe for a Mocktail of Sparkling Cardamom Grapefruit Juice.
Links on nuts for health, treats for kids, stress, fitness apps, whole grains to inspire healthier living.
Don't toss those veggie scraps or chicken bones. Save, freeze and use to make broth instead. Get the details here.
Get some links to fast and easy recipes my family will enjoy this month. Some new things too!
Get the scoop on millet including how to prepare it.
Links from around the web to inspire healthy living. Topics include weight loss, healthy eating tips from RD's, how to reduce portions and not go hungry and reducing sugar in yogurt.
#thereciperedux Get an easy oven pancake recipe using ingredients you probably have on hand. - Health Happens at Home
Our March meal plan (what's left of March) with recipe links.