How do you go about incorporating healthy eating habits & lifestyle in your kids? Sports you love to get involved with family.
Jenny Fisher :
My children know that the one thing on their plate that is a “must eat” is their vegetables. They need to eat until they feel satisfied, otherwise. I educate them on why diversity in their plant-based foods is so helpful to helping their bodies operate. I explain it as if they are feeding their health soldiers located in their gut; by feeding them plants, their soldiers can handle illness, stress, thinking, pooping, and building their bodies in the best way possible!
As far as sports/activities, they are able to choose the sporting activities that seem interesting to them. My oldest is really into Brazilian Ju Jitsu and Flag
Football, while the youngest is into Yoga and Soccer. As a family, we make movement a normal, expected element to quality time. We all surf together, skateboard, bike, play with the dog, play soccer together…anything goes!
As we near Mother’s Day, Your message for all the mothers out there & your fans/followers? Your idea of celebrating Mother’s Day?
Jenny Fisher :
I am always in complete awe of mothers. When I stop and think about myself and the responsibilities on my shoulders, I’m overwhelmed, but when I don’t think about them individually, it’s just what I do. I think the same goes for every working mother, single mother, stay-at-home mother, etc. We do so much hour-by-hour to not just maintain our families, but to fulfill them; it is humbling to stop and appreciate how many of us are out there keeping our heads down and just hustling for those around us. My message to the moms out there, continue your hustle, because I know how fulfilling that is, but demand respect and ask for help from those around you. We quietly manage the lives around us without complaint, but it’s okay to delegate as you manage. The best bosses do!
On Mother’s Day, my husband and boys make me Challah French Toast, fruit, and coffee; they shower me with the sweetest cards and kisses; and a wonderful church sermon followed by a glorious nap and family bike ride rounds out the day!
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