For many kindergarteners, one of the major changes they face is lunch time. The lunch routine in kindergarten is nothing like at home, at daycare or in preschool: they have a smaller window of time in which to get their meals unpacked and eaten, and at the beginning of school, many kids get confused, don’t eat, and spend the rest of the day hungry and irritable. The solution? Practice school lunch time at home.
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Hello, and welcome back to What's Cooking?, the open thread where you get to share your brilliant thoughts, advice, recipes and opinions on all things food-related. This week I'd like to talk about packed lunches, and how you keep them tasty and interesting.
It's no secret that companies who invest in their employees’ wellbeing enjoy higher levels of productivity, enhanced creativity, employee satisfaction and loyalty. After all, no one wants to work with a business that doesn’t care about them.
One of the best and most cost-effective way to invest in your employees’ wellbeing is to spruce up the breakroom or "chill out" area. Here are some tips.
Video: This one will get you sweaty, but it's totally worth it. If you're in your good work clothes, bookmark this for later today, or just grab your cleanup kit and get going.
We've seen chair-based workouts before, but those just have you sit and step on a stationary chair. Trainer Kaisa Keranen amps up this idea with a quick workout that takes advantage of the best part of your office chair: the wheels.