Tips & Tricks for a Healthier Family

5 Healthy Summer Thirst Quenchers


Did you know the human body is 60-70% water? During the summer as we spend more time outdoors and increase our activity level, our body’s rate of water loss increases dramatically, making regular hydration incredibly important. Drinking an ice-cold glass of water on a hot day can be very satisfying, but adding an element of… Read more

10 Pantry Staples, 5 Simple Meals


When did August get here? Back to school season is upon us which means schedules are about to get a little hectic. When life gets busy, it can be tempting to go for inexpensive, fast food. But with just a little planning, eating healthy on a budget can be a breeze. To help, we’ve put… Read more

Guest Post: 7 Ways to Save Money at the Grocery Store


You may have heard that eating healthy and cooking from scratch costs a lot more than buying ready-made meals or fast food. But actually, it’s the opposite! With a little planning ahead and some simple strategizing in the grocery store, you can feed your family healthy, nourishing food on a tight budget. Below are some tips to help you get the most for your money.

Guest Post: Fun and Learning at the Farmer’s Market


Your local farmer’s market can be a fun and educational outing for the whole family. Visiting the farmer’s market is a great way to introduce children to new fruits and vegetables, and can be a learning opportunity in many ways. Here are some tips from Nibbles and Feasts blogger Ericka Sanchez on how to make the most of your family trip to the farmer’s market.

From the KinderCare Blog: NEW Spring Reading List!

KinderCare mom Lianne reads to baby Blakely.

Our education team likes to share recommended books each season. Reading with children is a great way to nourish the mind and build important language skills. And of course, reading is fun! Check out the latest reading list for infants through school-age kids on the KinderCare blog.

Guest Post: 5 Healthy Lunch Ideas

Healthy $5 Lunch Ideas

Whether you’re eating lunch at home or brown-bagging it at the office, lunch is one of those times when people often turn to convenience foods and end up making unhealthy choices. Below are five tips from blogger Erin Chase for how to eat healthy, budget friendly lunches, without spending forever packing them every morning.

Guest Post: How to Get Kids to Try New Foods


Written by  Amelia Winslow, Eating Made Easy We all want our kids to enjoy and appreciate a wide variety of healthy, nourishing foods that encourage a lifetime of good eating habits. But in a world filled with chicken nuggets, sugary cereal and pepperoni pizza, this simple wish can pose quite a challenge! Luckily, we have more control… Read more