The Farmers’ Almanac long-range forecast says that the Prairies are in for a potentially cold winter, and we know for local families, that can make trips and outings more of an obstacle than an adventure. This means that making healthy and active choices a priority becomes more vital as the weather continues to prove more challenging to do so.
The Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD) promotes healthy choices in our schools as proper nutrition is vital for growth, development, learning, and activity in our students. Children spend a large part of their day at school where they’re exposed to a variety of influences when it comes to food choices. These choices are defined as foods that are low in added fat, sugar, salt and/or caffeine, and higher in vitamins, minerals and/or fibre, and fall within at least one of the four food groups as outlined in Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide.
Being business partners with your spouse is intense. Both marriage and entrepreneurship require time, energy, strong communication and compromise to thrive. You’ll also face many conflicts and challenges together on the path to long-term success.
Navigating one aspect on its own is hard enough. So what happens when you’re married to your business partner?
Let’s look at the bright side first. Only certain types of people want to be entrepreneurs, so for that mindset to occupy both halves of a marriage means there are already a lot of overlapping traits.
Enthusiasm, work ethic, creativity, and all the other wonderful traits of entrepreneurs are now on an equal playing field in the marriage.
- Vanilla Celebration Chia Pudding
It doesn’t get more festive than a breakfast topped with sprinkles. Coconut milk, chia seeds, vanilla, and maple syrup are put together overnight so you can enjoy chia pudding in the a.m.
- Skinny Kale and Butternut Squash Quiche
Egg whites save on calories and fat while the basil and cayenne add flavor and heat. Cook the butternut squash the day before so you can throw it together quickly in the morning.
- Strawberry Kombucha Mimosa
Toast to a happy and healthy 2017 with a mimosa. The strawberry hibiscus kombucha is good for your gut and pairs perfectly with OJ and champagne.
- Healthy Blueberry Greek Yogurt Scones
Each scone has 160 calories with about 5 grams of protein from the Greek yogurt. The batch makes six, great for guests or breakfast the rest of the week.