Are you bored of pre-packed sandwiches and soggy salads? Reclaim your lunch hour as The Lunchbox Book shows you how to liven up your lunch box.
Can Professor Fizzy and his Lunch Lab pals cook up something to please a veggie-hating food critic?-and still keep it healthy?
One of the reasons we love to spend our money on greasy fast food is because of how quickly we can get it. We don't have to spend a lot of time preparing food when we can swing by a drive through and immediately have an entire meal brought out for us. Unfortunately, when done too often, constantly purchasing fast food can take a big chunk out of our pockets and our health. Lunch in a Flash is the perfect alternative to buying your lunch every day. It offers a way to save your wallet, your health, and your taste buds (because the same lunch menu everyday does get a bit repetitive). The book offers a wide variety of ways to create your own healthy lunch, so you'll be able to look forward to trying out your new lunch whether you're at home or stuck in the office. Of course, our schedules change from day to day. One day, you may have plenty of time to sit down and create a large lunch that you can pack away from the next few days. Other times, you'll barely be able to gather enough time to scrape out a meager quick lunch or sandwich. That's why the book offers lunch ideas with a variety of preparation times, so you'll be able to make a great tasting lunch for yourself (or others) no matter how long you have.
We are living longer, but our quality of life isn't necessarily any better. With equal measure of easy-to-read physiology, wit, and practicality, this book veers away from unhealthy conventional dietary and lifestyle wisdom and shows how to unite the mind, body, and spirit for long-term vitality. Derived from her extensive research for her book "Death By Supermarket", Nancy Deville provides a series of straightforward, no-nonsense guidelines that shows readers how to take control of their health. This comprehensive program addresses topics such as accelerated ageing and how to avoid it, how to properly care for and nourish the brain, managing insomnia, practising self-compassion, and the appropriate exercise levels for all ages. Whether a twenty-year-old who can't get out of bed without four cups of coffee and a cigarette, a depressed thirty-five-year-old with no sex drive, or someone free-falling into old age, this book shows readers how to redefine their sense of well-being in a toxic world. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
How to Run a Lunch Group is a guide for School Counselors and other school personnel to create and implement a successful lunch group program in a school setting. Included in the book are all the resources you need to get started, including: A survey to teachers about Lunch Groups A flyer for parents about lunch groups A lunch Group Letter to parents Lunch Group Rules Lunch Group Questions - enough for an entire year of groups Lunch Group InvitationsFrom the author:Since the beginning of my career, I've been running groups. While I was a school counselor, I ran 20 groups a week. These groups were more general lunch groups. We focused on getting to know one another, talked about the current happenings at school, growing up, allowances, middle school and anything else they wanted to discuss. I loved it! It was always my favorite part of the day and always kept me on my toes. I never knew what the kids were going to say and I heard a ton of hilarious statements over the years. I loved running lunch groups so much I decided to write a how-to guide to set up a successful lunch group program from beginning to end.
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