No Lunchboxes? The parental responsibility.


Most mother’s are thrilled to put aside the lunch box production during the holidays.

I still make them. 

It serves as a reminder that meal times are important, and the day is not a grazing fest. It also saves me time over the day.

The only difference is the contents of the ‘box’. 

I RAISE the nourishment level.  

With a fridge, freezer and stove on hand most of the time, I can do anything; hot, cold or frozen.

So it’s worth contemplating……..


Do you use the holidays as an opportunity for added brain and body nourishment?

Or somewhere did you adopt a mindset that holidays are for ‘blowing out’ and depletion of nourishment? 

Both options are on the table, and both options pass on a certain belief and mindset that children adopt and live out into adulthood. 

Each option has a cumulative effect.

Each option is ours to make, alongside the responsibility of its cumulative effect.

Right now for children;

  • 1 in 2.5 have a chronic disease
  • 1 in 3 are overweight
  • 1 in 5 have a learning disability
  • 1 in 12 have asthma
  • 1 in 10 have ADHD
  • 1 in 10 have food allergies
  • 1 in 70 have autism

So it absolutely worth considering every opportunity we have to raise the nourishment for these little brains and bodies. Don’t you think?

Amongst so many other life areas, Family Health + Wellness is one of those we help you to easily nail in The Ultimate Life Success Incubator.

The affects of these little beliefs and choices often aren’t noticeable in the short-term, yet there always comes a time of reflection on our behaviours and their impact. Feels better to be proud at that time.

Take care and be well,

Erin xx