We know what it’s like… grocery shopping. It can be hectic and arduous at times, especially when you bring the kids along. However, grocery shopping can actually be fun when you consider it a valuable opportunity to teach your kids about food and nutrition. By completing your chores and educating your children about food you’re killing two birds… Continue reading How to Educate Your Kids While Grocery Shopping
Here at Smart Lunches, we pride ourselves in quality customer service. Our team responds quickly and efficiently to answer any question or concern you may have in regards to our service. We aim to provide consistent, quick, and satisfying solutions. In our experience with speaking to new customers, we understand that everybody has questions. Because of this, we decided to post our most… Continue reading Our FAQs: Answered
Not sure what you should do for Mother’s Day yet? We love these crafty, touching, but super-simple ideas for celebrating Mom!
2015 is the year! You know, the year you’re going to finally stop making excuses and get fit by exercising, eating right, and never sitting on the couch once the whole year! But then reality sets in. After an initial flurry of fitness in January, you lose steam on sticking to your resolution. It’s ok,… Continue reading 5 Healthy and Easy New Year’s Resolutions
Are you looking for fun ways to keep your kids entertained this summer? Rain or shine, Massachusetts has a wide variety of daily kid friendly activities. From parks to restaurants, to pirate museums to arboretums, read below for some great places to visit and memories to spend with your kids!
In a season baked by sunshine, a summer hike through the woods—shaded, quiet, and surrounded by nature—offers a bit of relief from the balmy heat and the busyness of pool parties and summer camp. In search of a day outdoors that doesn’t involve long lines or sunburns, a few of us at Smart Lunches like to… Continue reading Heading North: a Picnic and a Hike
Are you shopping through the produce section based on taste, cost, and convenience? As recent studies show, maybe you should be shopping by color instead! If you often stick to colors like beige or tan, you may be missing out on key vitamins, minerals, fibers, and phytochemicals.