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.
Grocery shopping is key to making meals and snacks that fit your budget, taste good, and help you make better choices the whole family will love. Here are three of my favorite shopping tips to help you meet your budget and make your meal prep as efficient as possible.
All is not lost if you happen to miss one or more of these grocery shopping musts. Here are four of my favorite things to do when you find yourself at the grocery store without a list, and with no clue about what is on sale.
Packing a lunch with food allergies in mind? Here are some steps to take for a balanced, thoughtful lunch.
When’s the last time you stopped to think about exactly what you were eating and why? Most of us get into a rut when it comes to food choices, buying what we always do, making what we always make, and taking in the occasional unexpected food or beverage, when someone leaves cake or other food out in the break room at work. Stop the boredom! Here are three easy ways to shake things up and make better choices easier.
Food is important to people. It’s personal to people. And for good reason. We learn from our parents, family and friends about food, cooking and what we like and dislike. It becomes even more personal when we start to connect the food and lifestyle choices we make with our health. What happens when what we think we know about what we eat meets what we need to know about what we eat?