Managing our food budget and honoring the food that farmers grow for us. Being responsible with our meal planning and not wasting what we buy. The snazzy new way to talk about this is #foodwaste.
Say yes more than no and ask for help along the way. This philosophy has served me well and allowed the chance to grow both personally and professionally, meet amazing, smart, funny people, and work collaboratively to bring forth experiences and knowledge to those who crave it.
Recently, when I was invited to Germany (#sponsoredtravel) to interact with a diverse group of people from science, agriculture, health and wellness and journalism as part of #FutureFarming, I shared that there was so much learning that it would likely result in many blog posts. Here is another one inspired by my experiences.
With the busy school year back in full swing, it can feel like there’s no time for anything! But the good news is, with a little planning, there is time to make balanced choices to get us through the day with the nutrient rich foods we need. We all want to help our families (and ourselves) stay healthy, eat well, and work towards instilling great habits that can last a lifetime. Eating meals together at home is a wonderful way to share stories about what happened during the day, but you can also stay connected through packing lunches and snacks for the school day and after school activities.
Packing a lunch with food allergies in mind? Here are some steps to take for a balanced, thoughtful lunch.
Reconciling our taste buds and our brains can sometimes be a bit of a chore, but it doesn’t have to be. How do you end the battle? Make it so both can win. Here are three easy things you can do, starting today, that will lead to success in the kitchen.