Jamie Oliver, world famous chef, has come to America to start his own Food Revolution. Already proving his success in England, Jamie Oliver is making the world a healthier place one school, one family, one meal at a time.
Have you seen the show? It had Jamie Oliver going to Huntington, West Virginia to visit with an elementary school and cooking them food. He taught them new things like identifying vegetables properly and how delicious eating healthy foods can be.
Even though the television show is over the Food Revolution is just getting started. I know I’m inspired to eat healthier and put more momentum into my food revolution. Check it out:
Thanks for reading and watching,
PS: Don’t forget to sign the petition to get your children eating the right ingredients at school.
No matter how young or old your child is or children are, it’s important and easy to instill the skill of literacy into their repertoire. There are five simple tasks that I encourage you to merge into your every day life that will guarantee your child’s success.
The number one and most important is to read yourself. Whether it’s the daily newspaper, a good mystery or a text book – reading is contagious and will be something your children will do simply to be just like you. At young ages people learn through mimicking so why not have them mimic something that will last a lifetime? Take an hour out of your TV watching tonight, every night, and pick up something to read; out loud or to yourself reading will change your life.
A few other things in combination would be a matter of paying a regular visit to your local library. Take a bus, drive yourself, encourage your neighbours and carpool, however you need to get there please do. While there you’ll be able to get your child his/her own library card, have access to thousands if not hundreds of thousands of books at no cost and then you can keep up on their events. Who knows when you’ll be able to meet your child’s favourite author or play a game that will be so fun you and your kids will want to pass it on to everyone you know.
And last, but certainly not least, start reading out loud to your child as soon as you can. Don’t dwell on the years lost but savour the days you have now when you can sit and read together.
Simple, right? Absolutely and not out of any one’s budget. So why aren’t you doing it? I am!
Brain Tales – Volume One is my second book but, this time, is targetted toward older readers (teenager and above). A collection of short stories this is a book that promises to have its readers pondering and reflecting on their own life.
Cover to Cover Books is the first store to carry my newest book and they’ve been behind my success from the very beginning and for that I am thankful.
Now available on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca and *cross your fingers* soon to be available on Chapters.Indigo.ca, Brain Tales – Volume One is sure to please.