Eat Better, Eat TogetherEat Better, Eat Together
Start small. Aim for one to two family meals per week at first. Once that's established, add another.
Have breakfast together.
Plan meals ahead of time.
Cut down on extracurricular activities.
Have family meals on weekends.
Team up to share cooking and clean up duties with the kids. Kids are actually more likely to eat something theyve helped prepare.
Remember, meals don't have to be elaborate. Have something simple.
Family meals can happen even if someone has to miss.