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Budgeting Breakfast – Cereal or Bacon and Eggs or Oatmeal?

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Around 2 years ago, we reached a crossroads in our family’s life.  Things were getting a little out of control (okay, more than a little) and we decided it was time to make changes and ask questions about everything we did.

Holy Sugar Bombs, Batman!

Holy Sugar Bombs, Batman!

One of the questions we asked was related to our kids.  It seemed that they were all struggling, to a greater or lesser degree with school and noise levels.  They just seemed wound up, all the time, and it was interfering with their ability to both get along with each other and at school.  I recalled a few years ago watching “Super Size Me” and one particular segment they filmed highlighting a school in Wisconsin which took the revolutionary step of serving only food from scratch in their cafeteria.  The results were astonishing: widespread behavioural problems disappeared.

So, hm.  My kids at the time ate sugary cereals almost every day out of convenience.  It was just easier – they could make it themselves, cleanup was simple, the only annoying part was we would literally go through almost a box a day – family sized.  They’d still be hungry so some kids would have two bowls.  Hm.

I made a decision to set up a new breakfast routine.  It would prove to be costly to my time, and more mess, but I think it has made a difference.   Read the rest of this entry »


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