by Patricia Neely - Mother of 3 and Customer Support Manager for Adventure to Fitness While adults are looking to the New Year to begin new habits that most often include losing weight and/or eating healthier, it’s also a good time to start your kids off with healthier habits, too! Here are 5 resolutions to help jump into the New Year healthy and happy: 1. Enjoy family dinnertime meals at home. Eating together as a family is more important than ever.
The new year often brings many goals and resolutions. Goals to get fit, eat healthier foods, avoid sugary drinks, drink more water, etc... Probably one of the simplest resolutions to keep is the latter: Drink more water. As easy as it sounds, it’s very difficult for most of us.Did you know that water is the 2nd most popular beverage in the US after soft drinks? (That’s a scary fact considering soda is a leading health hazard).
On any regular day at school, there are numerous tasks that consume every teacher’s time: Preparing lessons, grading papers, prepping other supplemental instructional materials, posting grades and new assignments, and the list goes on and on. And let’s not forget – students are busy too! Taking notes, studying, practicing assignments, recovering from absent days, and of course absorbing all the content being taught daily (we hope!).There’s no question that over the last several years there has been a paradigm shift towards the inclusion of increased technology in the classroom.