when it comes to
winging planning meals, grocery shopping, crying over chopped onions (hello, onion goggles!),
and making sure your kids are
meeting all of their complex nutritional requirements eating anything resembling a fruit or vegetable?
When you’re trying to organize everything, and taking care of everyone but yourself,
sometimes staying sane means pushing that healthy meal to the side, throwing some ready-made nuggets and fries into the oven for
the kids, and YOU scarfing down a Toaster’s Strudel right before bed because suddenly it’s midnight and you have to get up for
yoga work at 7 am.
And that’s exactly why I’ve come up with a few fun ways to turn your kitchen-time into party-time, so integrating real food
into your real life is easy-peasy (unlike feigning narcolepsy when your kids are asking you when dinner will be ready).