The notion of always eating healthy is great and ideal, but the reality of a busy family on the constant go can certainly complicate things. Let’s face it. Of course, it would be best to pack a cooler with healthy snacks and beverages to throw in the car on a daily basis. But you’re a… Read more »
Goody bags, theme ideas and more! 5 Goody Bag ideas These can be a real challenge — try these tips for goody bag awesomeness! Give a gift that lasts — Art supplies like stickers, a coloring book and a small pack of crayons will give your guests something to continue the fun at home. KIDS… Read more »
Who to invite? Open the presents or not? What about those pesky favors? Decisions, decisions! Navigating the world of children’s birthday parties is overwhelming! Do I have to invite my child’s entire classroom? Are Evite invitations rude, too easy or just right? Is $25 too much to spend on a present these days? Don’t worry… Read more »
The hardest part about changing a lifestyle to become more fit and healthy is getting started! Use the Fit Family Challenge to make it happen!
For the Fit Family Challenge, if you register your family for one of the following events (more events will be listed soon!) you can get a PROMO CODE for 100 points! Just stop by the Nashville Parent booth at the starting line and get the code! Keep up the good work on the Fit Family… Read more »
Middle Tennessee boasts many greenways and trails for your family to have fun hiking, biking, jogging, running or rollerblading. Be sure to keep track of your time for the Fit Family Challenge and enjoy getting exercise in the great outdoors! DAVIDSON COUNTY Beaman Park 5911 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville Brookemeade Park Greenway 7002 Charlotte Pike,… Read more »
Get out and enjoy a playground with your kids!
Make it a family affair when it comes to fitness. Commit — then start finding the fun in life!
Greater Nashville boasts a bevy of nature centers that offer various programs year round … and there’s no better time than spring to get outdoors and enjoy all they have to offer.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”
— Henry David Thoreau