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Home Cooking Secrets for Busy Families busy mom meals health nutrition Oct 14, 2021

Even the words, "a home cooked meal” evoke a happy smile. When I was a child, the typical parent, usually the mom, spent ninety minutes a day in meal preparation and clean-up and the family typically ate together. Today, a regular routine of eating together often gets crowded out by other...

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New Year's Resolutions 2.0: First Things First diet exercise fitness goals habits holidays nutrition parenting Jan 01, 2016

As a new year begins, many people begin to identify areas of their lives that they are unsatisfied with and proceed to resolve to change or to do better. While well-intentioned, this one time action usually does very little to change anything except possibly to drive more dissatisfaction or guilt...

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How to Avoid Emotional Eating diet education fat loss fitness goals habits inspiration mental health nutrition parenting selfcare support weight loss Jul 13, 2015

Being a mom means a lot of emotional ups and downs. Sometimes, during the down times, there may be a desire to soothe and comfort yourself. For many people the go to way to do this is with food. Unfortunately, the foods involved are usually higher in sugar and fat. But even if they are healthy...

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Eb and Flow Parenting: Helping Your Child Succeed character education exercise nutrition parenting Apr 03, 2015

There are all kinds of programs out there to make your child a better reader, better student, better swimmer, better athlete, etc. As parents, it is our job to give our children the best start in life. So we load up on parenting books and magazines, Suzuki Violin lessons, on better baby this and...

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5 Actions to Be a Happier Parent with Happier Children Today build muscle character children diet education exercise family life fat loss fitness fun goals habits inspiration mental health nutrition parenting selfcare support teamwork time management values weight loss working moms Jun 04, 2014

The tag line of Exercising Values has always been happy, healthy, well-behaved  children in fifteen minutes a day. There is a balance to these three goals.

Happiness that is gained through permissive and self-centered behavior is fleeting and produces no long-lasting ability to stay joyful...

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