Read Hannah’s story about how time at the table is good for a household of one. Meals don’t have to be fancy or extravagant to feed body, soul, and spirit.
Engaging in small acts of creativity everyday provides a feeling of flourishing. Soothe your busy life: Get creative in the kitchen and COOK!
Rethink your strategy for breakfast. Think protein, veggies, and fruit and connecting with family for “the most important meal of the day”.
Success, fame, and fortune does not feed the soul nor the spirit. Sharing the home table is a sacred time to retreat from the craziness of life and to connect. The secret to happy and healthy is life at the table.
There’s no more effective way to pour good things into the life of children (or another adult) than sharing a meal that everyone has a hand in preparing. Here’s a few ideas on how to make sharing the table a priority.