All parents want their families to be happy and healthy. And that means caring for the emotional, physical, and mental health of the parents, children, and family as a whole. Here, you’ll find helpful and approachable tips and tricks to promote healthy living for your family and how to have fun while doing it. This month, we’re focusing on ways to take charge of your family’s health overall.
How to get the whole family moving—together.
Bike rides, creative meals, laughing out loud—it's easy to have fun if you just know how. Try these mom-tested ideas.
Looking for some fun outdoor activities for you and your family? Be sure to try these simple, imaginative, and fun activities!
Every year, millions of kids are injured or exposed to toxins right under their own roof. Learn how to make your home healthier and keep your family safe.
Think of these seven themed ideas as fun #lunchgoals. They’re quick to prepare because we’ve used 25 healthy, kid-approved packaged products.
Let's face it: Your kid probably has school-day favorites that you pack over and over again (snore!). To shake things up, we've supplied you with easy twists on popular noontime fare plus sides and snacks that you might have never considered. Follow our plan for an easy A.
If your family spends most days hopping from activity to activity, make these tote-able lunches and dinners at home and then take them along for the ride.
As your kids run and play outside this summer, make sure their nutrition needs are met.
Eating outdoors is special for kids, but packing up the food and keeping it safe in the heat can seem a little tricky. Don't let that stop you. With our menu suggestions and food safety tips, your picnic will be a walk in the park!
Say bye-bye to the B-word (boredom) with these mom-tested ways to rekindle the thrill of summer.
A nutritionist (and mom of 7-year-old triplets!) gives tried-and-true tips for getting your kids to eat vegetables, drink milk, try new foods, and more.
Real moms share the fun and exciting ways they keep their little ones in healthy all while sneaking in the chance to bond as a family.