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10 Tips for Eating Healthy on Busy School Days

By Jane Maynard |

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Our family has been traveling a lot this summer, which completely puts our schedule in flux. As a result, we often end up eating less healthfully than normal, so this year I made an effort to change that pattern! Of course there are always lollipops and sugar cereals to be had when visiting grandparents, but even with those extra treats, we’ve been able to maintain healthy eating habits these past few weeks despite the busy days and crazy schedule.

I have made a conscious effort to keep my family healthy, and I feel like this vacation has been good practice for when school starts again in a few short weeks. Honestly, I’m kind of dreading back-to-school season because it means we’ve got to get back to the grind. Up early in the morning, sports practices, packing lunches, homework – it seems like it never ends! But I’m sure if I can maintain the momentum from this summer, we can continue with our healthy eating habits when school days get busy!

10 Tips for Eating Healthy on Busy School Days

Healthy Eating Despite Crazy Schedules!

These 10 tips help keep us eating healthy while traveling and when the busy school year is in full swing!

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Jane Maynard

Jane Maynard is a wife, mom, blogger, and graphic designer living in San Diego. She shares weekly menu planning ideas and delicious inspiration on her food blog, This Week for Dinner™. Jane is also a Huffington Post contributor, a member of Martha's Circle, and a co-founder of SocialLuxe Lounge. Read bio and latest posts → Read Jane's latest posts →

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