Over a period of 4 weeks, we’ll be working through 4 areas of family food that will have a significant impact on your family’s school year. Together with other moms, you’re going to be working out a game plan, customized for YOUR family so that you make it through the long haul — and still have a smile on that pretty face.
In the Mom’s Kitchen Survival Workshop, we’ll cover:
Mom Food – making sure that YOU get the nourishment you need to parent well and handle all the crazy involved in the day-to-day business of the school year.
Quick and Easy Breakfasts – The morning rush can wipe out the best of women. Let’s beat the clock and keep smiling.
School Lunches and Snacks – no matter what kind of school your kids attend, it’s important to have a plan for packing lunches and having snacks ready to go.
Weeknight Meal Planning – how to get quick and easy meals on the table even when your schedule is packed and there’s “no time” to cook.
By the time we’re done, you’ll not only have a plan, you’ll have a veritable Kitchen Survival Kit ready to go, to help you make the most of your time this year. You’ll get systems in order to help you not only survive the school year, but you’ll also get to June without losing your cool.
Best yet, you’ll actually enjoy the school year a little more because you’re not running a day late and a dollar short.
Through weekly live video stream and a private web/chat group via Slack, I’ll be available (with the help of some amazing online tools I’ve found that we’ll access together) to give you personalized help, as you set a plan in action and implement it.
We’ll cover all the bases: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and even a healthy helping of Mom Food. You’ll create a meal plan template for your busy weeks and build a catalog of go-to quick and easy meals your whole family loves.
You’ll have a chance to ask questions and get help from me and other moms. Heck! We’re even gonna have weekly fill-the-freezer sessions!
Plus, you’ll find that you are not alone in this, sister. Remember that “we” I mentioned earlier? We’re in this together!
Here’s what Therese had to say about her experience:
I learned that I am more capable than I gave myself credit and that when I am intentional about the time spent in the kitchen, it makes my life less hectic and I am able to get dinner on the table. The first week on Mom Food gave me confidence that the course would be manageable and that I would find benefit. I loved the permission to think of myself and not just the kids!