Mad Skills to Create and Adventurous Eater

Mad Skills to Create and Adventurous Eater

Getting your kids involved in the kitchen is one of the top ways to bring out the adventurous eater in your child. Being a part of the show will grow their confidence, excitement and they will want to try & be a part of the applause. You may be thinking more...
What Doesn’t Work With Goal Setting & Wellness

What Doesn’t Work With Goal Setting & Wellness

New year, new you, new goals. Did last year’s goals become reality for you or were they quickly forgotten a month later? Was the towel thrown in after a week of picking up the kids here, there and everywhere? Did you say “I’ll start over tomorrow” a few times and then...
7 simple changes to start the healthy path YOU want for YOUR family

7 simple changes to start the healthy path YOU want for YOUR family

Starting today I will be doing a 7-week count down of ways to get both you and your family closer to your wellness goals.  Today at week 7, we have 7 simple changes you can start THIS WEEK to get your family started.  You don’t have to do all 7 of these this...

The (peri) Menopausal Misunderstandings You May Be Seeing Online

My good friend and partner of Powering Through Perimenopause, Carrie Koziol (http://www.pilatesbycarrie.com), just posted an amazing piece on how the exercises you’re finding online could actually be doing more harm than good in the peri and menopausal stages of...

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Join Brooklyn on the road to adventurous eating as she inspires Simba, Jax, and her friends to try new foods.  Brooklyn uses fun & creative ways to motivate her friends to be explorers and for families to create a positive family table.  “I Tried It!” also has wonderful tools you can bring into your own home and use at your table.  Mealtime can be fun and enjoyable with Brooklyn and the ways “I Tried It!” inspires your child.

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