Let’s shift the framing of new year goals to positive changes you choose rather than failures to correct. In this podcast, Christine and I offer 8 positive, doable, guilt-free tips for resetting your eating habits after the holidays.
Christine and I share 10 low-stress, low-hassle tips for teaching kids to find inspiration in the kitchen and get cooking.
Like a hearty, spicy cream of wheat, but whole grain, gluten-free, iron-rich, and with no added sugar. Don’t miss the pumpkin spice variation.
Christine and I share 9 tips for weekday dinner solutions related to planning (minimalist planning!), efficiency, execution, outsourcing, and general mindshifts about what family dinner really looks like.
Delicious. Fast. Fun. Effortless cleanup. Protein-rich and easy to make with gluten-free bread. Kids and adults gobble this up.
Is school lunch angst creeping up on you? If so, you’re not alone. In this fun and practical episode of EDIT YOUR LIFE, Christine and I share 7 solutions to tame the school lunch beast.
I’ve been frustrated by my kids’ picky eating for years. But I think I’ve had an epiphany. I just remembered how my appetite changed while I was pregnant. I, who had never been picky, suddenly became intensely opinionated about my food. I craved certain foods while others were downright repugnant, and I had a dramatic, […]
Green food for St. Patrick’s Day! What’s your favorite?
No mind-blowing parent hack here — just one of those mundane problems that, when solved, made a big difference. — Asha “I liked the pasta, but it tasted a bit…soapy.” That’s the last thing I expected to hear about my daughter’s school lunch. I pack her lunch in an insulated container almost every day. After years of failed attempts […]
The Universe was smiling upon me when Sheet Pan Suppers arrived in my PO box a few days ago. Picky kids, my Facebook wail, and angels disguised as mail carriers It was a gloomy, damp weekend, and I was feeling especially beaten down by my kids’ picky eating habits. During my casual Sunday Facebooking, I noticed an article my friend Roxanna […]