Welcome to the next installment of your School Wellness Ninja Training. By now you should feel like you have a few ninja tricks up your sleeve. I’m so glad you could make it. School wellness advocacy is a lonely road and you’re lovely company.
Another trademark characteristic of a ninja is camouflage. Ninjas can seamlessly Continue reading
Welcome back to your School Wellness Ninja Training (SWNT). I hope you enjoyed the first lesson: Be Quiet and Act. This second lesson will help you learn how to be clever and sneaky, other trademark ninja characteristics.
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Welcome to your School Wellness Ninja Training. Better known as SWNT. You can help change the health culture of your child’s school without drama or flashing lights. Note the dorky header. Ninjas are sleek and they can get the job done without those flashing lights. Continue reading
Happy Friday, Friends. I am so lucky to have a community of supportive readers. I’ve had a tough week in the trenches of school wellness. I don’t feel defeated. I just feel tired. Really, really tired. The ball is rolling, but there’s a hill.
I am passionate about creating healthy environments for everyone. But I am especially Continue reading
I am an optimist by nature. I typically like a writing style that is full of sunshine-and-rainbows. However, this week I opted to write with a more serious tone. Head over to my article in The Fort Morgan Times. Share it like crazy if you agree with the message. Have a great weekend! I’ll be roaring to go on Monday with a week full of school wellness resources for Moms like you who want to make difference. (Without the panic, right?)
This recipe will prove that I adore you Mama readers. When I make this dip, my kids literally run to the table. When I make this dip the Hunky Husband runs to the table. I don’t have to run to the table because, well, I’m already there. Continue reading
“Mom, I don’t want peanut butter because I want to keep my friend safe.” This is why we give our food processor some serious workouts. There is a severe peanut allergy in my son’s classroom so we have been making almond and sunflower seed butters this school year. Continue reading