- Time is Money: which do you have more of and which do you have less of? For example: if I have time to make chocolate covered pretzels then I can save money buy purchasing the ingredients and making it myself. If however, I don't have the time but have an undying need to have a chocolate covered pretzel then I can buy it if I decide the value of the purchase is worth it.
- Do I want it my way or will I accept the way someone else made it? One of the huge advantages of doing it yourself , for the control freaks - like me - is you get it exactly the way you want it and you know what's in it or how it was made.
So, this got me thinking about the upcoming school year: do I really want my kids to eat what the school puts together? Will I have time to put together healthy meals that they'll actually eat? Then like a sign, I received an email from Glam media to put together a post to showcase foodie.com, so I choose to start putting together some super cute, healthy lunch selections. I hope you enjoy!
Check out these 20 fantastic school lunch ideas and now I'm inspired! School Lunch Ideas
by Stephanie at Foodie.com
OK, now I that I've put together my foodie board for school lunches, I feel ready! I'm going to put a little love, a lot of imagination and healthy food into my kids lunch boxes for them to enjoy!