I took a little break away from blogging as my brain was becoming exhausted from what I call multitasking overload.
Overall, my son has handled the change and transition to being educated at home well (better than I expected).
Sometimes the challenging times in life gives you clarity and understanding of what is most important. We all live busy lives, and sometimes we need a little time out to slow down.
For my son, I want him to learn about food nutrition and develop a healthy relationship with food. I want him to be able to enjoy the creative side of cooking, gain valuable life skills and understand the food process.
I want to share with you what we have been working on through using the health triangle. The health triangle is a visual tool that represents the three sides of health: social, mental and physical.