Three Tools for Wendolonia, a bento challenge

I have taken a major hiatus from bento-making this spring and summer.  When I was offered the challenge of using 3 specific tools by Wendolonia, I decided it would be a great motivator for sparking some creativity in my bento boxes.   Please click the link below to see all 4 blogger’s creations with the Continue Reading »

Teacher Appreciation with Lunchbox Love Notes

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” â€• Leo Buscaglia This quote is one that strikes me every single time I read it.  It is so true Continue Reading »

Owls and light lunches for spring

I can hardly believe it’s May!  My kids only have 4 weeks of school left, and then summer vacation.  We took a long drive to Texas recently to see family.  Along the drive we had to stop for fast food.  Considering we’re entirely plant based this can be challenging in rural areas.  We did have Continue Reading »

Fish shaped sandwiches, bowties, veggies and dumplings

I think I will quit saying I’m back.  I never really left, but honestly it’s been a rough school year in my house.  Life has gotten in the way of blogging for me lately.  I enjoy it, but the kids and trying to take better care of myself does prevent me from posting as often Continue Reading »

Back to basics, an intro to bento lunches

I recently connected with a company that is doing great things to support people’s overall health by  allowing adults and children to track their health and wellness.  By adding more fruits and vegetables to diets and staying consistent, KidsFoodJournal.com and www.95210.org are both websites that promote healthier lifestyles by keeping yourself accountable for your daily habits.  KidsFoodJournal asked me to Continue Reading »