by Rebecca Turner, Our Mississippi Home
It’s no secret that people who eat more meals together tend to eat more fruits and vegetables and generally have better diets than those who eat most meals alone.
But did you know that family meals improve connectedness, communication, expressiveness, and problem-solving? No matter how you define family, you and the children in your life can benefit from shared meals around a table. But, many families report a lack of time as the main barrier to eating together. With these time-saving tips, you can let go of the idea that dinner has to be daunting.
You’ve heard it before, but if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. I get it, just the idea of planning a weekly menu can feel overwhelming, and you’re throwing in the towel before your family even has a chance to get to the table. If…
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