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Healthy Lunchbox Guest Post

2 Comments 27 August 2012

Healthy Lunchbox Guest Post

I hope you haven’t missed it.  Sadly, I have missed it, but I’m thankful for a weekend to catch up!  With school starting, I’ve been swimming in centers, literacy tubs, the new Common Core Standards; and now my list of 21 kindergarteners have faces, personalities, and soooooo much energy!  Therefore, my blog reading has come to a screeching halt. If you’ve been as busy as I have during the past few weeks, it’s time to take a break!

Start that break by heading over to Sunny’s Healthy Lunchbox series. 

She has had guest bloggers since August 10th sharing their favorite tips for making healthy school lunches.  School has just started, and you may be doing a great job of keeping those little people well nourished and excited about what you’ve packing.  But don’t wait until you hit the Lunchbox Doldrums to look for help. Preempt the strike!

Sunny is featuring my post on Healthy Lunchboxes today.  I’ll be sharing a lunchbox tip called Wrap it up!

I’d love for you to check it out.  And don’t forget to look back at all of the amazing tips and recipes from the other creative guest bloggers.  The word boring is not allowed to enter the school cafeteria this year!

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  1. christine says:

    gosh, your children go back to school in August? Ours return to their studies in September, another week and a bit to go:) hope they all settle down well and are happy in their work!

    • Heather says:

      Oh, I long for the days when school started the day after Labor Day! Teachers started the first week of August and the kids came the second week! Enjoy your last week of summer!

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