If you are healthy there is a chance that you will be having fewer problems with illnesses when you get older. Life is too short, but in my opinion it’s still important to eat well and take care of you. I want to live my life happy. I feel good in the morning and have energy to enjoy my day. I’m very greedy; I want to be fit, healthy, and independent when I enter in my late adulthood.
Just like in the story, there’s usually the father or head of the family who carves the turkey, for the most father’s enjoy this yearly tradition of carving the turkey, while the family sits at the family table eagerly awaiting a piece of meat with all the trimmings. This story is not much different than real life in almost every family in America, usually small children must ask the elder relatives for second serving such as dumplings and frosted cake. Most holidays, there’s more food than people, to make sure there is enough for second and third servings. There’s a lot of preparation that goes into these holiday feasts, usually the older women in the family prepare all the food, starting out by shopping for the turkey. Size is very important, everyone wants a big turkey usually fifteen to twenty pounds it’s almost as if the bigger the bird the better.
To support my thesis I would like to give a small example from my personal life. When I was a kid, my parents paid a lot of attention to my diet, they were explaining how fast food is bad for my body and how vegetables and fruits are healthy. And I am so thankful for that. Now many years later I still remember their advise and I have never had
School Uniforms I. Introduction a. I’m sure some of us in this classroom have been to a school where a uniform was mandatory, am I right? b. I never have had to, but I used to want to wear them. I loved the idea of not having to deal with having to choose out an outfit everyday. c. Though I have heard good and bad things about uniforms, I find that they are beneficial to students because they are reasonably priced, generate fewer distractions, and create a safer educational environment.
I would try introducing some new foods every week to my class. You must make sure the foods that you are serving; no child has an allergy to it. For those children, you may have to serve something different for them. There is always a child that cannot eat some of the food that is being served. An example would be if a child cannot eat ham and it is being served that day the people who are preparing the food would have to give the child turkey instead of the ham.
“Sweet, Sour, and Resentful” In this story, Dumas tells Gourmet magazine how her mother prepares a Persian feast weekly for a great number of people. She tells how her mother is bitter about cooking every week for so many people and in a small place. The family had moved to the states before their friends and family, so they were called on to help adapt when they moved to the area. That’s when the weekly meals started. Dumas stated, “Displaying the hospitality that Iranians so cherish, my father extended a dinner invitation to everyone who called”(321).
The outcome will ultimately be an improvement in grades as well as behaviors. Principals and teachers also have less work to do, fewer absences, fewer behavior issues, and fewer suspensions as well. This give the teachers more time to focus on the children’s academics and more time to help kids that need extra help. Uniforms are easier for the student and the parent. No need worry about what will be worn the next day.
Fibre keeps the digestive system flowing, decreasing constipation. Fibre in fruit and vegetables also has the power to fill up a hungry tummy without a lot of calories. Eating fruit and vegetables everyday helps children and young people grow and develop, boost their vitality and can reduce the risk of many chronic diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, some forms of cancer and being overweight or obese. 1.2 Describe examples of healthy meals and snacks for children and
The problem I have with balancing school, work, and family is being an excellent student, an outstanding employee, and a caring mother all at the same day. The trouble I have with being an excellent student while juggling a job and a family is finding the time to study. I cannot ignore my family. It is my responsibility, as a parent; to see to my family’s needs first, for this leads to homework and studies last some times. Staying awake after hours may contribute to arriving to class late.
This is due to many reasons, including not wasting time in the morning getting ready, lack of distractions, and a more formal studying environment. School uniforms may significantly reduce the stress of bullying. With students not having to worry about their looks, fitting in not longer becomes the main worry in children‘s lives. School uniforms may also provide a way out for poor children who otherwise