Healthy “choices” aren’t available for many low-income families in our country. What are you doing to help children at your child’s school?
My girls and I decided to do a real world math assignment to figure out just how much sugar was in the “goody bags” they brought home from a school birthday celebration. Here’s what we learned about math and healthy eating along the way.
Did you know that every year suicide claims more lives than war, murder, and natural disasters combined, and yet suicide prevention doesn’t get anywhere near the funding given to other leading causes of death? Here’s how you can help.
SFUSD’s new nutrition policy leads the way support healthy habits for our kids. But policies mean nothing if families and teachers don’t know about them.
Despite the district’s new nutrition policy, my girls brought home a truckload of sugar! Why is the district policy such a well-kept secret?
It turns out that loving your kids is not only important in raising healthy happy kids–it also makes them smarter! Here are ways you can show the LOVE to your kids.
There will always be those with a little more, and those with a little less. But, short of sounding like a broken record (and really, how effective is lecturing anyway?)… how do we help our children explore the concept of GRATITUDE in a truly meaningful way?
Two 12-year-old boys were hit by a drunk driver while walking to school. Here’s what we can do to make our streets safer for families and kids.
This Monday Inspiration comes from a toddler who gives marriage advice to her mommy.
In continuing my series of Monday Inspiration posts, I’m sharing this video which reminds us to be true to ourselves and live a life with intention.