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Archive for January, 2014...

Filed under Cooking and kids, Cooking Skills, Recipes, Teenagers cooking

iStock_000004855269_SmallDo your children help in the kitchen? Young children are often excited about mixing and stirring. Older children perhaps not so much. But have you asked them and encouraged them?

Most children love to “help” in the kitchen. Their help may not always be appreciated but their enthusiasm should be encouraged. Being excited about working in the kitchen is a good trait for any child.

Here are three good ways to get kids to show up and contribute.

Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Friday, January 24th, 2014

Filed under Goals, Time management

It is now well into January and many have almost forgotten their resolutions. Mine often follow the same pattern every year  – eat healthy, exercise more, make time for family and friends, and continue working to make our books important resources for parents and educators. This year I decided to focus on priorities to reach goals faster.

In forming priorities, there is a hierarchy. Some priorities are more important than others. One has to decide which jobs or activities must be done before others.

I like to use the quote by Dallin H. Oaks to outline this further: Desires dictate our priorities, priorities shape our choices, and choices determine our actions.”

Comments (0) Posted by Lee on Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

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