Dr. Christopher Calapai, D.O., a New York City Osteopathic Physician board certified in family and anti-aging medicine shares his top 10 ways to keep you strong for the transitioning season. Continue reading “10 Tips to Prepare Your Immune System for the Fall”
Barbara’s, maker of cereals and snacks made from wholesome ingredients, released findings from its 2017 Breakfast Survey exposing surprising trends about the school morning breakfast habits of families across the nation. The survey, which was conducted with more than 1,000 parents nationwide, found that one in every five children go without breakfast at least once per week, with 38 percent of parents saying this is due to lack of time and hectic mornings. The number of kids who skip breakfast at least once per week surges to 50 percent for those who typically eat on-the-go or in the car, demonstrating a direct correlation between eating breakfast on-the-go and poor nutrition in the morning. Continue reading “5 Tips for a Better Breakfast (and surprising breakfast trends)”
Meal Planning Made Easy!
Make Ahead – Make Fresh – Make Fast
Take your pick of dinner dilemmas … no time, food allergies, culinary challenged, picky eaters, empty fridge … maybe all of the above! There is no end to the challenges that come with feeding your family good, nutritious meals Monday through Sunday. That’s where we come in. Think of Wildtree as your “Menu Helper” – providing plenty of meal solutions so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time around the table!
Whether you’re cooking up a storm on the weekend for the upcoming week, or need ready-to-go frozen meals that are on the table in no time, Wildtree has your solution. At our Workshop, you can enjoy good company and conversation, and go home with 10 freezer meals your family will love. Or, cook a big batch on Sunday using Wildtree products and recipes – and have peace of mind knowing that your family is eating good, clean food. You’ll never have to read labels again!
With Wildtree, your weekly trip to the supermarket or Farmer’s Market can actually be a pleasant experience. Choose your favorites from our recipe database– many under 30 minutes to prepare – or opt for one of our Make Fresh Dinners bundle of products and recipes, and put a fresh meal on the table any day of the week.
You’re driving home from work. You have a 10-minute window before your family asks, “What’s for dinner?” You need a plan – and you need it fast. Wildtree’s got you covered with “staple” products that turn the pasta in your pantry – or the ground beef in your fridge – into a meal in a flash. No recipe card needed!
Contact me for details on scheduling your own Workshop, for Make Fresh recipes, and for suggestions on which Wildtree staples to add to your kitchen pantry!
I’m excited to announce that I’ve decided to turn my meal prep obsession into a business! Many of you can relate to spending too much money by eating out too often (and not as healthy as you’d like) or spending too much time cooking instead of with the people that matter most. Wildtree is both the perfect meal solution for our family and a great business fit for me. I’m excited to share details with you, but I also promise not to flood your newsfeed! I’ve created a group where I can help you meal plan fast, fresh, and affordably. Join me over at https://www.facebook.com/valleyandassociates/ for recipes, workshop dates and specials. Continue reading “Wildtree to the Meal Prep Rescue!”
I recently changed careers to teach at my kids’ school. During the first week of teacher professional development, we were asked to reflect on why we teach by writing our teaching manifesto.
My Teaching Manifesto
We woke up on our last day in Nicaragua, packed our backpacks and had a driver take us from the beaches of San Juan del Sur to the big city of Managua. Along the way, we soaked in the beautiful landscape including several volcanoes. Continue reading “A Day in Managua Before Flying Home”
By Dr. Cornelius Grove
You’re the parent of a young child. You know that a solid education is critical to their future. But, right now, the U.S. ranks 17th in education, behind not only Asian nations but many Western nations too – even Russia. So what, as a parent, can you do? Continue reading “Five Tips From East Asian Education That Will Help Your Child Excel in School”
One of my favorite things to do when traveling is eat out. I love restaurants and good food. Here are a few foodie highlights from our trip to Granada, San Juan del Sur and Managua, Nicaragua. Continue reading “Our Food Adventure in Nicaragua”
Three of the four days we spent in San Juan del Sur, we took the shuttle to Playa Hermosa. This private beach about 25 minutes from SJDS is home to one small hotel, the Playa Hermosa Ecolodge with an outdoor restaurant and bar — and beautiful people who bring you fruity drinks all day long. It was heaven. Continue reading “I Heart Playa Hermosa”
Tuesday morning of our Nica adventure, we couldn’t wait to get to San Juan del Sur (SJDS). We ate breakfast at Hotel Plaza Colon and waited for our driver to pick us up at 8:30 a.m.