We all know by now that we should be eating at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each day. But knowing and doing are two different things, aren’t they? Sometimes it is just not easy to get them all in there. We are constantly tempted to fill up on convenience and junk food. If your family is anything like mine, they’d much rather fill up on a bag of chips or a bowl of rice or pasta instead of trying an apple or a plate of steamed broccoli. So we’ll have to get creative. Here are a few ideas to “sneak” some extra vegetables and fruits in your family’s diet.
Looking for a little peace and quiet? Forget to bring along something to read? The Edgartown Library also offers free wi-fi and holds concerts on the lawn throughout the summer. If you’re going to be on the island for an extended period of time, they offer non-resident cards for $10.
If scrambled eggs are not your thing you could go over to the far corner of the restaurant and have a cook make you an omelet the way you want it. With choices of filling such as ham, sausage, cheese, and pepper’s and onion.
Let them drink their fruits and vegetables. Keep an assortment of fruit and vegetable juices in the fridge and encourage everyone to drink them as a snack. Get creative. You could start “family cocktail hour” by pouring everybody a glass of his or her favorite juice over ice. Add some straws, cocktail pool umbrellas brisbane and sit together to talk about how everybody’s day went.
Although he himself could not enter the property there was one hair braiding vendor who had a license, and she would every morning roam up to the resorts beach and ask people if they wanted their hair braided.
If size or uneven grounding have prevented you from taking advantage of your yard… please consider a planter box to begin with. But there are other useful items that can be used in abnormal yards.
The next thing to think about is when you want to have the festivities. Some choose to throw a party the very night of the graduation, but others want to make it an afternoon affair. Get with the graduate and find out what kinds of plans they have before making a decision.
I have won many ribbons at various rose shows over the years and the five pointers outlined above have been the backbone of my efforts. You don’t have to take your roses to the local rose show but if you follow the five tips above, you will be delighted with the blooms that you can grow.