“We are so busy!” Sound familiar? This is the most common excuse for families eating on the go and eating apart. With the holidays coming to an end and our busy lives picking up again with school, late workdays, sports and music lessons, I felt it was a perfect time to talk about the importance of eating together as a family.
You have heard it before I am sure, but the reality is that if your family eats dinner together, your kids have a much better chance of avoiding a lot of those “things” that you don’t want them to get into; like drugs, cigarettes, and alcohol as well as doing those “things” you do want them to get into; like good grades!
So as we move ahead into 2010, if you are not eating together as a family as often as you would like, here are some tips to help make that happen more and impact your family in a positive way.
Read the post in its entirety HERE.
Image by: Jess Loughborough. “The Family Meal,” 2 Sept. 2007. Flickr. Web. 3 Jan. 2010. <http://www.flickr.com/photos/sunface13/1305332125/> (All sizes of this photo are available for download under a Creative Commons license.)
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